THE Border Mail was last night named newspaper of the year at the Pacific Area Newspaper Publishers’ Association awards in Sydney.
The paper was announced joint winner of the 10,000 to 25,000 circulation category with The Cairns Post.
Meanwhile, Fairfax stablemate The Age took out the top gong for the night.
It edged out The Sydney Morning Herald and News Corp publications The Daily Telegraph and The Australian to win the award for papers with a circulation over 90,000.
Read The Border Mail's PANPA entry below