NBR’s Tim Hunter and Hamish McNicol win EY journalism awards
NBR journalists Tim Hunter and Hamish McNicol have won EY Business Journalist of the Year awards.
Mr Hunter won the best commentary category for his columns on Fonterra, lines companies and David Henderson’s Property Ventures.
It is the second year he has won this award category and is a previous overall winner.
Mr McNicol was named best young journalist for his stories on Mad Butcher store liquidations, Mark Bryers and the hidden past of a Nelson real estate agent.
Other category winners were Rebecca Macfie (features) from the NZ Listener and Matt Nippert (news) from the NZ Herald.
Ms Macfie was named overall winner for her feature on Fonterra’s milk price woes. Her prize is a five-day digital journalism course at the University of California, Berkeley.
NBR’s Jenny Ruth and Duncan Bridgeman were finalists in the commentary category.
The 2016 judging panel comprised EY New Zealand chairman Alan Judge, former EY chairman Rob McLeod and Nicola Legat (former Metro magazine editor, now publishing director at Random House).
Hamish McNicol accepting his award in Auckland today (@EYNZ)