Trinity Mirror’s national titles won an incredible six awards and were highly commended in seven categories at last night’s British Press Awards.
The Daily Mirror led the way with six gongs, while the Daily Record scooped one of the big team awards of the night.
Mirror.co.uk won the digital award for its outstanding coverage of live rolling news, including of the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 and the Oscar Pistorius trial.
The Mirror's winning website impressed judges with last year's astonishing 855% growth in fans of its Facebook page and innovative new digital titles such as Ampp3d.
Pete Picton (second left), Ben Rankin (middle) and Anne Gripper (second right) receive Mirror.co.uk's gong
The Daily Record scooped the sports team of the year prize for consistently excellent coverage, including of Glasgow's Commonwealth Games in 2014, the Ryder Cup and the annual general meeting of crisis-hit Rangers FC.
Andrew Gregory, the Mirror's health editor, won science and health journalist of the year for his exposure of a major crisis in children's mental health.
His work led to a House of Commons health select committee inquiry and prompted the government to commit £100 million to children’s mental health over the next five years.
And when Stephen Sutton's mother revealed that doctors had missed her son's cancer for six months, it was Andrew who broke the story.
Andrew Gregory with his award
Deputy 3AM editor Halina Watts scooped showbiz reporter of the year for her worldwide exclusive on Andy Murray's engagement to Kim Sears.
Halina had the inside story on the Scottish sports star popping the question after eight years together with an expensive diamond ring.
Halina Watts receives her gong
Tom Parry won feature writer of the year for his heartbreaking dispatches from Liberia on the unfolding Ebola crisis.
The first reporter to witness the devastation on the frontline, Tom reported on bodies being tipped into trucks like earth from a wheelbarrow as the epidemic took hold.
The Mirror's Tom Parry, with his award
Rowan Griffiths was named photographer of the year for his work with Tom Parry in Liberia.
He also captured exclusive pictures of married Ukip leader Nigel Farage walking into a Maltese hotel hand-in-hand with a party member late at night.
The Sunday Mirror’s Frank Maloney exclusive was highly commended in the Scoop of the Year category and the paper’s Notebook Magazine was highly commended for Supplement of the Year.
The Daily Mirror was highly commended in the prestigious Cudlipp Award category, for its ‘Kids in Crisis’ report.
The Sunday People was highly commended for News Team of the Year and the Daily Record’s ‘The Vow’ was highly commended for Front Page of the Year.