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Another feather in the cap for R.AGE

BERLIN: It was a proud moment for the young journalists of R.AGE as the team was given yet another global prize.

Dream team: Yee and R.AGE journalist Samantha Chow posing with their World Digital Media Award trophy in front of the iconic Brandenburg Gate in Berlin, Germany.

The Star's R.AGE team wins top journalism prize

KUALA LUMPUR: The Star's R.AGE team has won Malaysia's top journalism prize – the prestigious Kajai Award at the Malaysian Press Institute (MPI) Awards Friday night.

The Star's award winners with Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak (fifth from right) and his wife Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor.

R.AGE team is world’s best

PETALING JAYA: Never mind being the best in the country – The Star’s R.AGE documentary journalism team has just been named the best youth news publisher in the world!

Soaring higher: The Star’s R.AGE team going from success to success by garnering Wan Ifra’s top award after its win at the Asian Media Awards earlier in the year.

The Star’s news platform bags second prestigious World Young Reader Prize

PETALING JAYA: Youth news platform R.AGE scored a huge victory when it was awarded the prestigious World Young Reader Prize (WYRP) for Enduring Excellence by the World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers (Wan-Ifra).

Teamwork: The R.AGE team celebrating with their award after winning the WYRP for Enduring Excellence.

The Star's R.AGE bags second World Young Reader Prize

PETALING JAYA: Youth news platform R.AGE won its second World Young Reader Prize (WYRP) for Enduring Excellence by the World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers (Wan-Ifra).

The R.AGE team: (from left) JayDee Lok, JC Lam, editor Ian Yee, Lim May Lee and Vivienne Wong

The Star wins big at digital media awards

KUALA LUMPUR: i>The Star/iwas a big winner at the Asian Digital Media Awards (ADMA), bagging one gold and two silver awards for its new media innovations.

R.AGE bags world award

BANGKOK: The R.AGE team received the World Young Reader Prize at a ceremony during the Asia-Pacific World Young Reader Summit 2012.

Traditions impress young journalists

KUALA TERENGGANU: The BRATs’ quest to highlight Malaysia’s interesting cultures has brought them to this capital where they experienced some centuries-old traditions.

Wan Ifra honours The Star with World Young Reader Prize award

PETALING JAYA: The Star’s youth section – R.AGE – has been recognised as the world’s best in youth reporting by the World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers (Wan Ifra).

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