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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.
It's the inaugural Melbourne Press Club Trivia Night, an opportunity to catch-up with friends and colleagues, and test your trivia knowledge.
Could this MPC newsletter column from Nicholas Reece have played a part in changing ABC management's mind to stick with its local Sunday night bulletin?
Pallavi Singhal, Daniel Carter and Mark Stehle of The Age won the Excellence in Science, Medical and Health Reporting Quill for their work “Silent Killer”.
Artificial intelligence, awards, and a new CEO.
The Melbourne Press Club is pleased to announce the board appointments from the AGM and subsequent board meeting held on 15 June 2022.
Liam Mannix of The Age has won the inaugural 2021 Excellence in Science, Medical and Health Reporting, Sponsored by University of Melbourne.
Melbourne has endured one of the longest COVID-19 lockdown periods of any city in the world, but the experience has only fortified its resolve.
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.
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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