9honey has announced the launch of a new consumer vertical to add to its expanding lifestyle offering.
The new vertical, 9honey Money will offer expert consumer tips, budgeting advice, cost of living answers and show readers how to save money on everything from groceries to insurance.
Managing editor of nine.com.au Shauna Anderson, said: “Our newest site cements 9honey as the most extensive lifestyle site in Australia. We understand the challenges facing Australian families across the nation as the cost of living crisis bites and we want to offer real solutions.”
9honey money columnist Jo Abi said: “I’m so excited to help Australian families learn more about how to save money and stretch their dollars further during this trying time. I’ve been writing about the consumer issues that matter to Aussie families for a long time now and it’s great to bring all our tips, advice and information to one place.”
On Friday night, Nine took home various titles at the 2023 Kennedy Awards for Excellence in Journalism.
The Australian Financial Review took home the biggest awards of the night, including Journalist of the Year for Neil Chenoweth and Edmund Tadros for their reporting on the PwC tax leaks scandal.
They also won Outstanding Finance Reporting, Outstanding Feature Writing, Best Investigative Reporting and Scoop of the Year.
The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age won six awards including Outstanding Portrait Photography, Outstanding Political Reporting, Outstanding Cartoon, Indigenous Affairs Reporting award for Paradise Poisoned, Outstanding Television Current Affairs for Trafficked and Outstanding Foreign Correspondent.
Capping off the night for Nine was wins for Ben Fordham and James Willis for radio journalism, Laurie Oakes winning the Outstanding Lifetime Achievement award and Nine News in Queensland winning the Outstanding Podcast Award for Hannah’s Story.