Melbourne Anglican newspaper wins top Australasian religious press award

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TMA (The Melbourne Anglican) and its Editor, Mr Roland Ashby, have been honoured with the Gutenberg Award, the highest annual honour of the Australasian Religious Press Association (ARPA).

The award, granted by ARPA President Mr Peter Bentley, was presented to Mr Ashby in Brisbane at the association's annual conference on 29 August. More than 80 denominational and ecumenical publications and publishers in Australia and New Zealand are members of ARPA.

It is a record third Gutenberg win for TMA, which also won the Gutenberg in 1998 and 2006. TMA's predecessor as Melbourne's diocesan newspaper, See, won the Gutenberg under Mr Ashby's predecessor, Mrs Angela Grutzner, in 1994.

Mr Ashby said TMA was "very much a team effort" and thanked staff members Mark Brolly, Emma Halgren, Beryl Rule, Ivan Smith, intern Chris Shearer and what he described as many wonderful collaborators over the years, who had all contributed to the breadth and depth of the paper. Read more on ACNS

TMA (The Melbourne Anglican) and its Editor, Mr Roland Ashby, have been honoured with the Gutenberg Award, the highest annual honour of the Australasian Religious Press Association (ARPA).

The award, granted by ARPA President Mr Peter Bentley, was presented to Mr Ashby in Brisbane at the association's annual conference on 29 August. More than 80 denominational and ecumenical publications and publishers in Australia and New Zealand are members of ARPA.

It is a record third Gutenberg win for TMA, which also won the Gutenberg in 1998 and 2006. TMA's predecessor as Melbourne's diocesan newspaper, See, won the Gutenberg under Mr Ashby's predecessor, Mrs Angela Grutzner, in 1994.

Mr Ashby said TMA was "very much a team effort" and thanked staff members Mark Brolly, Emma Halgren, Beryl Rule, Ivan Smith, intern Chris Shearer and what he described as many wonderful collaborators over the years, who had all contributed to the breadth and depth of the paper. Read more on ACNS

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