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The Orwell Society/NUJ Young Journalist’s Award is open for entries
Young journalists win prizes for writing a column or review influenced by George Orwell’s work. Gwenno Robinson won the column category.
The legacy of pioneering NUJ member of honour Mary Maher was recalled at a ceremony in Dublin today when the first Mary Maher Bursary was inaugurated by The Irish Times.
Entrants are asked to write an arts review or political column and explain how it has been informed by Orwell’s influence.
The Journalist magazine has been commended in the 'best union journal' category at this year's ceremony.
Articles covering the cult of personality of controversial tech entrepreneur Elon Musk, by Quincy Elise de Vrie, and singer Sam Fender took the top prizes.
A wealth of young talent was identified in the NUJ Edinburgh & District branch competition in memory of journalist and author Ian Bell.