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List of Melbourne Press Club life members
The Herald Sun cartoonist passed away at 89 on 20 July
A brief history and some detail about the Quill awards
'The Premier and the Pen' launched with a powerful political message from John Cain.
A brief history of the Quill awards.
A lunch with journalist, raconteur, PR maestro and former Press Club president Noel Tennison
See a list of winners from the 2008 Quill awards for excellence in Victorian journalism.
Geoff Hook and William Ellis Green (WEG) were the joint winners of the 2008 Lifetime Achievement Award.
Freda Irving was the club's first woman president. We had no idea of her age, but when she took over in 1978 we discovered she was 75. She had started at The Herald under the patronage of Keith Murdoch in 1926.
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