We're delighted to announce that on April 18, 2013, The Sunday Post was crowned Newspaper of the Year at the 34th Scottish Press Awards. The judges praised our "courageous decisions that have transformed one of Scotland's best-loved and strongest brands, while maintaining its position in the Scottish media landscape."
In the last year we've set the national news agenda with a series of damning revelations on care homes and failings within the NHS. We've also been the first to break big stories on wind farms and cervical cancer jabs for schoolgirls. Our coverage of Scotland's children tsar calling for schoolboys to be allowed to wear skirts made headlines around the globe. But we have also tirelessly campaigned on issues close to our readers' hearts. We continue to fight to end the blight of nuisance phone calls, and our investigation into puzzle firm Churchcastle resulted in an industry-record fine.
Sunday Post editor, Donald Martin, said: "This is a great honour in an increasingly competitive market place, and I'd also like to thank all our readers for their continued support. The Sunday Post is continually evolving, driven by your demands."
If you haven't picked up a copy lately, why not do so this Sunday and let us know what you think by getting in touch via twitter (@Sunday_Post) or Facebook (www.facebook.com/SundayPostUK). Or, if you can wait just a little longer, get in touch with us via our brand new website, featuring news review, sport, entertainment and lifestyle, along with a host of other features, launching right here very soon.
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