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A magazine which helps break down
stereotypes of people living with disability
has been recognised at the 2016 Catholic
Archbishop’s Media Citations.
Link Magazine, published by Inprint Media,
was the recipient of this year’s St Mary
MacKillop Award which was introduced
in 2010 to acknowledge the work of a
South Australian individual, or media
outlet, contributing to the strengthening
and building up of community and to “the
creation of a truly human world”.
Printed by Inprint Design, Link started out
in 1980 as a small state-based newspaper
and has since evolved into a national,
professionally-designed, glossy magazine.
Accepting the award, editor Rebecca
Somerfield said the publication was
produced on a very tight budget, totally
reliant on advertising, and that Inprint
Design was an “amazing” not-for-
profit organisation providing supported
accommodation for people with a
She said the magazine wrote about all
kinds of issues from lifestyle and travel to
purpose-built vehicles and issues related
to the disability sector as well as stories
about “really interesting people who just
happen to have a disability”. She said the
staff would be thrilled to receive the award.
The 26th annual citations were announced
on August 25 by Archbishop Wilson. He
spoke about the important role that the
media plays in bringing news from around
the world to people, referring to the rising
death toll from the devastating earthquake
in Italy and the ongoing conflict in Syria.
He told journalists attending the function
that they put a “human face” to these
The annual awards recognise reporting
which shows a commitment to truth,
balance, fairness and community service.
The Advertiser scooped the pool in the
print category with Lauren Novak, Craig
Cook and Liz Walsh winning the major
awards for best news story, best feature
and best series of articles respectively.
Other citation winners this year were:
Jessica Adamson and Hendrik Gout from
Channel 7 (TV category), Ian Henschke and
Graham Knowles from ABC 891 (radio) and
The Advertiser photographer Tait Schmaal.
Disability magazine shines at media awards
By Jenny Brinkworth
WINNERS: L-R Ali Clarke, Lauren Novak, Daniela Abbracciavento, Craig Cook, Stacey
Lee, Archbishop Wilson, Ian Henschke, Liz Walsh, Graham Knowles, Phoebe Bowden
and Tait Schmaal at the awards ceremony. Right: Link Magazine, winner of the Mary
MacKillop Award for 2016.
Photo: Ben Macmahon
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