Overview of the 2017 Quills
Fairfax Media & ABC have won the 2017 Gold Quill
See all the winners from the 2017 Quills
Jamie Brown won the 2017 Artwork Quill for work in The Sunday Age
The Age Newsroom Team won the 2017 Breaking News Coverage Quill for its coverage of the the Bourke Street attack.
Louise Milligan, Lisa McGregor & Trish Drum of ABC Four Corners won the 2017 Sports Feature Quill
Josh Gordon, Richard Willingham & Benjamin Preiss of The Age won the 2017 News Report in Writing Quill
Ebony Bowden won the 2017 TAC Towards Zero Quill for Road Safety Reporting
Adele Ferguson and Sarah Danckert of The Age won the 2017 Business News Quill
Gay Alcorn of Guardian Australia won the 2017 Keith Dunstan Quill for Commentary
Mark Stewart of the Herald Sun won the 2017 Sports Photograph Quill for 'Howe high can he go?'
The winner of the 2017 Feature Writing Quill is Jo Chandler
The ABC Trace Team won the 2017 Podcasting Quill for the series 'Trace'.
Alexis Daish (Nine News) won the 2017 TV/Video News Quill
James Paul of Seven News won the 2017 Camera Work Quill
Bridget Judd of ABC Local Radio won the Radio Current Affairs Quill
Laura Turner of A Current Affair won the 2017 TV/Video Feature (Short Form) Quill
David Caird won the 2017 Features Photograph Quill for 'Melbourne High Life', published in the Sunday Herald Sun
Brendan Donohoe of Seven News won the 2017 RACV Transport Quill
Louise Milligan of ABC 7.30 won the 2017 Victorian Government Quill for Reporting on Disability Issues
A Fairfax Media & ABC Team have won the 2017 Coverage of an Issue or Event Quill for 'China's influence - power and payments'
Michael Warner of the Herald Sun won the 2017 Sports News Quill for 'Drugs, Lies and Cover-ups'
Cassie Zervos of the Herald Sun is The 2017 MPC Young Journalist of the Year
Group investigations into Chinese influence over Australian politics and a retirement village sector scandal have jointly won the 2017 Grant Hattam Quill for Investigative Journalism.
Tyla Harrington, Andrew Mole, Ivy Wise and Luke Hemer of The Riverine Herald won the 2017 Regional and Rural Journalism Quill
Damon Kitney of The Australian won the 2017 Business Feature Quill for his exclusive with James Packer
The ABC Trace Team won the 2017 Innovation in Journalism Quill for 'Trace'
Adele Ferguson, Klaus Toft & Sarah Danckert (ABC Four Corners & The Age) won the 2017 TV/Video Long Form Quill
Tony Gough of the Herald Sun won the 2017 News Photograph Quill for 'Bourke Street massacre'
Suzan Delibasic of the Monash Leader won the 2017 Suburban Journalism Quill
Ron Tandberg of The Age won the 2017 Cartoon Quill for 'The Big C'
The Age Newsroom Team has won the 2017 Breaking News Coverage Quill for its coverage of the the Bourke Street attack.
View the amended list of categories for the 2017 Quill awards for excellence in Victorian journalism
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