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Tuesday, March 9, 2021

Winner of 22 Multicultural Media Awards

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Indian Link is Australia’s most awarded multicultural media group

Established in 1994, today we print 72 editions per year (6 editions per month) with our reach in Sydney (fortnightly), Melbourne, Adelaide, Brisbane and Perth.

2018
NSW PREMIER’S MULTICULTURAL COMMUNICATIONS AWARDS (PMCA)

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Publication of the year

Photo by PMCA/Salty Dingo

2017
NSW PREMIER’S MULTICULTURAL MEDIA AWARDS

Young Journalist of the Year – Tia Singh

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Tia Singh.Indian Link

2016
MULTICULTURAL & INDIGENOUS MEDIA AWARDS

Multicultural Journalist of the Year – Usha Ramanujam Arvind 

Multicultural Media Awards.Indian Link


Young Journalist of the Year – 
Namita Gohil

Multicultural Media Awards.Indian Link

CRICKET VICTORIA MEDIA AWARDS

Suburban Community Award – Ritam Mitra
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2015
NSW PREMIER’S MULTICULTURAL MEDIA AWARDS

Best Print Publication
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Multicultural media awards.Indian Link

VICTORIAN MULTICULTURAL AWARDS FOR EXCELLENCE

Media Award: Indian Link

Multicultural media awards.Indian Link

MULTICULTURAL & INDIGENOUS MEDIA AWARDS

Best News Reporting

Photographer of the Year

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Multicultural media awards.Indian Link


2014
NSW PREMIER’S MULTICULTURAL MEDIA AWARDS

Best Print Report of the Year

Best Use of Online & Digital Media

Young Journalist of the Year: Ritam Mitra

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Multicultural media awards.Indian Link

VICTORIAN MULTICULTURAL AWARDS FOR EXCELLENCE

Media Award: Preeti Jabbal

Multicultural media awards.Indian Link



2013

NSW PREMIER’S MULTICULTURAL MEDIA AWARDS

Best News Report

Best Online Publication of the Year

Best Image of the Year

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MULTICULTURAL & INDIGENOUS MEDIA AWARDS

Coverage of Community Affairs Abroad

Online Innovation in News Blog or News Website Design


2012
MULTICULTURAL & INDIGENOUS MEDIA AWARDS

Multicultural Journalist of the Year

Editorial / News Reporting Online Innovation in News Blog or News Website Design


2011
NSW PREMIER’S SUBCONTINENT COMMUNITY AWARDS

Harmony Award

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