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23 February 2024
Applications are now open for the Swinburne University of Technology-Melbourne Press Club ‘Beyond the Fault Lines’ Fellowship.
08 February 2024
Former Melbourne Press Club president Steve Harris was awarded an AM in the Australia Day honours for his significant service to print journalism.
14 December 2023
It’s been a bumper year at the Melbourne Press Club, built around our annual highlight, the Quill awards, which again saw more than 500 of Melbourne’s media industry celebrate the best of Victorian journalism.
Earlier this year, one of the nation's best journalists, Andrew Rule distilled years of wisdom on How to write (good) and better.
The Quills are the premier media awards in Victoria, celebrating the best work in over 30 categories across all media.
For the first time since 2018, the Melbourne Press Club is increasing its annual membership fee.
24 November 2023
The Student Journalist of the Year award recognises the best in Victorian student journalism.
Four new projects of social justice journalism will be undertaken in the coming year after the Melbourne Press Club announced the latest recipients of the Michael Gordon Journalism Fellowships.
29 February 2024
Join Neary Ty from Nine, Lyndal Rowlands from Al Jazeera and Daniel McCulloch from the Australian Associated Press for a discussion on how to build your journalism career.
15 March 2024
Join us to celebrate the announcement of 30 individual Quill Award winners, plus the Perkin, Gordon, and Student Journalist of the Year prizes.
Australian Media Hall of Fame
The Hall of Fame celebrates the role strong and independent journalism played in shaping the nation's history and recognises the pioneers of the profession across more than 150 years.
Have You Heard The News?
In this new MPC podcast, we ask prominent Melburnians to nominate the biggest news story they remember. Our guests over the series include Lord Mayor Sally Capp, Climate 200 Convenor Simon Holmes a Court and University of Melbourne's Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Indigenous) Barry Judd.
Listen now on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or through your favourite app.
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