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Winner 2018 - Scottish Press Awards - Outstanding Digital Journalist of the Year

Shortlisted 2017 - Refugee Week Media Awards - Print category - News - nominated with Angela Catlin and Chris Manson.

Shortlisted 2016 - Scottish Press Awards - Sunday Mail - Journalism Team of the Year - nominated with photographer Angela Catlin.

Shortlisted 2016 - British Journalism Awards - The Ferret - Digital Innovation - member of its editorial team.

Shortlisted 2015 - British Journalism Awards - The Ferret - Digital Innovation - member of its editorial team.

Winner 2015 - Refugee Week Scottish Media Awards - National Print - News

Winner 2014 - Refugee Week Scottish Media Award - National Print - Features

Winner 2014 - Scottish Press Awards - Scoop of The Year​

Winner 2013 - Refugee Week Scottish Media Award - National Union of Journalist Special Award - in recognition of long-term commitment to reporting refugee issues.

Winner 2013 - Scottish Press Awards - Magazine Writer of the Year

Long-listed 2012 - One World Media Awards - Press Award

Shortlisted 2011 - International Network of Street Papers - Special Award for External Press.

Winner 2011 - Refugee Week Scottish Media Award - National Print

Winner 2010 - Refugee Week Scottish Media Award - National Print

Shortlisted 2010 - Scottish Press Awards - Magazine Writer of the Year

Winner 2009 – Refugee Week Scottish Media Award - National Print

Shortlisted 2008 – Amnesty International Media Awards - Scottish Media Award

Shortlisted 2008 - Amnesty International Media Awards - Nations and Regions Award

Winner 2007 - UK-leg winner of European Union Journalist Award

Winner 2007 - Bronze Prize at European Union Journalist Award

Winner 2005 - Amnesty International Media Awards - Scottish Media Award

Winner 2005 - Amnesty International Media Awards - Nations and Regions Award

Winner 2005 - British Press Awards - Contributor for The Herald Magazine - Best British Supplement

Shortlisted 2005 - Amnesty International Media Awards - Gaby Rado Memorial Award

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The above image was taken by Angie Catlin shortly after one of the worst tsunamis in history. On 26th December 2004, an earthquake off Indonesia triggered a tsunami which left nearly 230,000 people dead or missing, and another two million homeless. Catlin visited the region with writer, Michael Tierney for The Herald newspaper. Copyright, Angela Catlin, no reproduction without permission.