Straight off the back of a successful showing at the Voyager Media Awards, a number of Stuff projects have been recognised at the 2020 International News Media Association (INMA) Global Media Awards. 

The awards include:

  • First place: Best Use of Print | The Press, Christchurch mosque shooting coverage
  • Second place: Best Use of Video | Stuff Circuit’s Life & Limb
  • Third place: Best Use of Audio | White Silence podcast
  • Third place: Best New Initiative to Empower and Retain Talent | All of Us: Creating a workplace fit for the times, fit for everyone
  • Honourable mention: Best PR or Community Service Campaign | Wasp Wipeout 2019

The Press Christchurch Mosque Shooting Coverage was also named “Best of Show” among the Asia/Pacific, Regional/Local Brands, which is chosen from first-place recipients in the region. 

Stuff Chief Executive Sinead Boucher says of The Press win, “I am so pleased for the Christchurch team, who have time and time again demonstrated commitment, determination and grit, in the face of huge adversity, to deliver the news to their community and the country.”

INMA has rewarded excellence in news media since 1937. This year 16 categories were judged by 42 media experts from 20 countries, with a focus on breakthrough results, unique concepts, strong creativity, innovative thinking, and winning synergies across media platforms.

Stuff Editorial Director Mark Stevens says the Stuff projects show how the company punches above its weight on the global stage. “To be recognised on the world stage for our reporting across print, video and podcasts is testament to the modern story-telling skills of our journalists.”