2017 Quill winners

2017 Quills: The Gold Quill

Fairfax Media & ABC have won the 2017 Gold Quill

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2017 Quills: News Photograph

Tony Gough of the Herald Sun won the 2017 News Photograph Quill for 'Bourke Street massacre'

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2017 Quills: News Report in Writing

Josh Gordon, Richard Willingham & Benjamin Preiss of The Age won the 2017 News Report in Writing Quill

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2017 Quills: Podcasting

The ABC Trace Team won the 2017 Podcasting Quill for the series 'Trace'.

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2017 Quills: The RACV Transport Quill

Brendan Donohoe of Seven News won the 2017 RACV Transport Quill

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2017 Quills: Radio Current Affairs

Bridget Judd of ABC Local Radio won the Radio Current Affairs Quill

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2017 Quills: Radio News

The Age Newsroom Team has won the 2017 Breaking News Coverage Quill for its coverage of the the Bourke Street attack.

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2017 Quills: Regional and Rural Journalism

Tyla Harrington, Andrew Mole, Ivy Wise and Luke Hemer of The Riverine Herald won the 2017 Regional and Rural Journalism Quill

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2017 Quills: Sports News

Michael Warner of the Herald Sun won the 2017 Sports News Quill for 'Drugs, Lies and Cover-ups'

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2017 Quills: Sports Feature

Louise Milligan, Lisa McGregor & Trish Drum of ABC Four Corners won the 2017 Sports Feature Quill

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2017 Quills: Sports Photograph

Mark Stewart of the Herald Sun won the 2017 Sports Photograph Quill for 'Howe high can he go?'

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2017 Quills: Suburban Journalism

Suzan Delibasic of the Monash Leader won the 2017 Suburban Journalism Quill

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2017 Quills: The TAC Towards Zero Quill for Road Safety Reporting

Ebony Bowden won the 2017 TAC Towards Zero Quill for Road Safety Reporting

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2017 Quills: TV/Video Feature (Long Form)

Adele Ferguson, Klaus Toft & Sarah Danckert (ABC Four Corners & The Age) won the 2017 TV/Video Long Form Quill

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2017 Quills: TV/Video Feature (Short Form)

Laura Turner of A Current Affair won the 2017 TV/Video Feature (Short Form) Quill

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2017 Quills: TV/Video News

Alexis Daish (Nine News) won the 2017 TV/Video News Quill

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2017 Quills: The Victorian Government Quill for Reporting on Disability Issues

Louise Milligan of ABC 7.30 won the 2017 Victorian Government Quill for Reporting on Disability Issues

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2017 Quills: The Young Journalist of the Year

Cassie Zervos of the Herald Sun is The 2017 MPC Young Journalist of the Year

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2017 Quills: Breaking News Coverage

The Age Newsroom Team won the 2017 Breaking News Coverage Quill for its coverage of the the Bourke Street attack.

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2017 Quills: Business Feature

Damon Kitney of The Australian won the 2017 Business Feature Quill for his exclusive with James Packer

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2017 Quills: Camera Work

James Paul of Seven News won the 2017 Camera Work Quill

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2017 Quills: Business News

Adele Ferguson and Sarah Danckert of The Age won the 2017 Business News Quill

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2017 Quills: Cartoon

Ron Tandberg of The Age won the 2017 Cartoon Quill for 'The Big C'

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2017 Quills: Feature Writing

The winner of the 2017 Feature Writing Quill is Jo Chandler

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2017 Quills: Coverage of an Issue or Event

A Fairfax Media & ABC Team have won the 2017 Coverage of an Issue or Event Quill for 'China's influence - power and payments'

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2017 Quills: Artwork

Jamie Brown won the 2017 Artwork Quill for work in The Sunday Age

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2017 Quills: Features Photograph

David Caird won the 2017 Features Photograph Quill for 'Melbourne High Life', published in the Sunday Herald Sun

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2017 Quills: The Grant Hattam Quill for Investigative Journalism

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.  

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2017 Quills: Innovation in Journalism

The ABC Trace Team won the 2017 Innovation in Journalism Quill for 'Trace'

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2017 Quills: The Keith Dunstan Quill for Commentary

Gay Alcorn of Guardian Australia won the 2017 Keith Dunstan Quill for Commentary

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