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The awards scheme, which focuses on the design and print aspects of newspaper and supplement production, covers the whole range of publications, from major national daily newspapers to online titles.

The category for Special Interest Newspaper concentrated on production and printing quality, taking into account evidence of their contribution to commercial success.
The judges recognised the paper’s successful introduction of colour in the summer of 2002 and commented: “With a very demanding subject matter, the Antiques Trade Gazette stood out from the crowd gaining recognition for its strong, clean print and its creative use of colour and graphics.”

The runner-up in the category was the Times Higher Educational Supplement.

Gazette Editor-in-Chief Mark Bridge said: “We are very proud of the colour quality we have been able to sustain, so it is doubly pleasing to have this recognised not only by our advertisers but now by our peers in the newspaper industry.”