In praise of our own — National Post’s photographer Tyler Anderson won a National Newspaper Award in the News Feature Photography category for this shot of a man sleeping behind a curtain during a speech given by Toronto Mayor Rob Ford at a Toronto Real Estate Board luncheon in Toronto, Ontario, Friday, June 1, 2012. (Tyler Anderson/National Post) — Read more about Mr. Anderson’s NNA win
Part four of the Queen poster — the Royal hands! To celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee, the National Post is offering a six-part, life-sized, full-colour painting of the Queen to our readers. Here’s what it looks like so far - the hockey sticks just show how ridiculously Canadian we are. (Illustration by Kagan McLeod)
Part three of the Queen poster — the handbag! To celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee, the National Post is offering this six-part, life-sized, full-colour painting of the Queen to our readers. Collect part 3 in Wednesday’s paper. Why? Why not?
Thousands of spiders have cast eerie webs over vast areas of flood-hit Australia after being forced to seek shelter by the rising waters. Our response to this at the National Post office is AAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!! OH GOD! READ THE FULL STORY
The charity that funded the viral Internet film Kony 2012, now viewed a staggering 26 million times on YouTube, has hit back at criticism that the film’s message is dangerous and misdirected. READ THE FULL STORY Photos: Top: Joseph Kony. Bottom: Invisible Children founders and film makers pose with soldiers from the Sudan People’s Liberation Army
The Society for News Design chose the National Post and four other publications as the best in the world after reviewing 230 entries representing 39 countries.
“The National Post lures its readers in with a sultry beauty, and then captivates them with an authoritative attitude that makes this Canadian daily a must-read,” the SND judges wrote in announcing the award. Follow the link for more pages.