Guardian.co.uk was named website of the year for the second year running at last night’s British Press Awards.
Both The Guardian and The Mail on Sunday were the biggest winners of the night, each winning four awards.
Perhaps the most coveted award, Newspaper of the Year, went to The Times, while Digital journalist of the year went to The Guardian’s, Dave Hill.
Miles Goslett from The Mail on Sunday won Scoop of the year for his story on the Jonathan Ross and Russell Brand ‘Sachsgate’ affair.
The full list of award winners is available at this link.
One of the Guardian’s newest bloggers, writer Dave Hill, is to use the platform to promote, and interact with, other external blogs.
“Blogging offers the chance to fill the void,” London blogger Dave Hill writes at his new Guardian.co.uk home. In an attempt to nourish connections with other bloggers, he’s asking for people to send him their favourite London blogs.
Prior to this blog he blogged at London Mayor & More, and his other blogs Clapton Pond and Big Britain are still active.