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MPC reviews independent panel report; 2020 Sports News Quill returned to The Age’s Sam McClure

Following commissioning an independent panel to review the awarding of the2020 Sports News Quill, the board of the Melbourne Press Club has met to discuss the panel’s report.

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A statement from the Melbourne Press Club board

The Melbourne Press Club has appointed three leading journalists/editors and a senior barrister to an Independent Panel to review the club's recent decision to annul the 2020 Quill for Sports News Reporting.

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Melbourne Press Club welcomes Mr Paul Paton to our board

Mr Paton is a proud Aboriginal man from the Gunai and Monaro-Ngarigo groups of southeastern Australia who is passionate about the preservation, continuation and promotion of cultures.

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About the 2021 MPC Annual General Meeting

The Annual General Meeting of the Melbourne Press Club Inc will be held at 12.30pm on Wednesday 30th June 2021 via Zoom.

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Message from the MPC President

Update on Diversity Committee progress

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MPC announces three new life members

Adele Ferguson, Eileen Berry and Rob Curtain have been recognised for their long-standing commitment to the Melbourne Press Club

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MPC begins strategic review; establishes diversity sub-committee

The Board of the Melbourne Press Club (MPC) today moved to establish a Diversity Sub-Committee as part of the organisation’s effort to lead the journalism sector into more action on cultural and gender diversity.

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Nick McKenzie named MPC President

The Melbourne Press Club has elected award-winning investigative reporter Nick McKenzie as its new President.

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Statement: MPC applauds ruling out of charges against Annika Smethurst

The Melbourne Press Club applauds the ruling out of charges against journalist Annika Smethurst by the Australian Federal Police.

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National Press Club’s Cathy Bryson named new MPC CEO

The Melbourne Press Club today announced Cathy Bryson as the organisation’s new CEO

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