The winners of the 2016 Quill Awards were announced at a dinner at Crown Palladium on Friday, 17 March.
Entries are now open for the 2016 Quills
Tom Minear & James Campbell from the Herald Sun have won the Quill for News Report in Writing for ‘Ministers Dog Act’.
Margaret Simons of The Monthly has won the 2016 Quill for Feature Writing.
Adele Ferguson, Klaus Toft and Mario Christodoulou of The Age and ABC Four Corners have won the 2016 Quill for Business News.
Ben Butler, of The Weekend Australian, has won the Quill for Business Feature for his story 'Keeping up with the Oswals'.
Tim Colebatch of Inside Story Magazine, has won the 2016 Keith Dunstan Quill for Commentary.
Brianna Travers, of the Sunday Herald Sun, has won the 2016 Quill for Breaking News Coverage.
Matthew Johnston and Alex White of the Herald Sun, have won the 2016 RACV Transport Quill.
Beau Donelly won the 2016 Victorian Government Quill for Reporting on Disability Issues for his work in The Sunday Age.
Michael Gleeson of theage.com.au won the Quill for Sports News for his coverage of the Lachie Whitfield Drugs Affair.
Shortlists for 27 Quill categories and Student Journalist of the Year
Emma Quayle of The Age won the 2016 Sports Feature Quill
A brief history of the Quill awards.
See a list of categories, plus conditions of entry and criteria for the 2016 Quill awards.
Find previous Quill award winners by year.
Melissa Cunningham of the Courier (Ballarat) won the Suburban or Regional Journalism Quill
Mark Knight won the 2016 Cartoon Quill
Andrew Dyson of The Age won the 2016 Artwork Quill
The winner of the Innovation in Journalism Quill is Soren Frederiksen, Conal Hanna & Craig Dixon (Fairfax Media)
Louise Milligan and Andy Burns, of ABC 7.30 have won the 2016 Quill for Coverage of an Issue or Event for their report 'George Pell and Sexual Abuse in the Catholic Church'.
Brendan Donohoe, of Seven News, has won the 2016 Quill for TV/Video News for ‘Euthanasia Cabinet Leak’.
Adele Ferguson, Klaus Toft and Mario Christodoulou from ABC Four Corners and The Age have won the 2016 TV/Video Feature (Long Form) Quill for reporting the Comminsure scandal.
The Winners of the 2016 TV/Video Feature (Short Form) Quill are Nick McKenzie and Gus Goswell.
Seamus Bradley, Meredith O’Shea, Nick Place and Miguel Rios from RACV Royal Auto Magazine have won the 2016 TAC Towards Zero Road Safety Quill for ‘Impact – Victoria’s Hidden Road Toll’.
Seb Costello from Triple M has won the 2016 Quill for Radio News for ‘Usain Bolt Wins Gold’.
Richard Baker and Michael Bachelard have won the 2016 Quill for Radio Current Affairs for the podcast ‘Phoebe’s Fall’.
Ben Schneiders, Royce Millar & Nick Toscano of The Age won the 2016 Grant Hattam Quill.
John Parsons, from Nine News, has won the 2016 Quill for Camera Work for ‘Westgate Bridge Police Chase’.
The winner of the 2016 News Photograph Quill was Jake Nowakowski, for his image of the Moomba riot.
Alex Coppel of the Herald Sun has won the 2016 Sports Photograph Quill.
Jason Edwards of the Herald Sun has won the 2016 Quill for Features Photograph for ‘Beautiful Balance’.
Louise Milligan and Andy Burns have won the 2016 Gold Quill for their reporting on sexual abuse in the Catholic Church.
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