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A moving, deeply researched and compelling story about the femicide crisis among First Nations women has won the prestigious Gold Quill at the Melbourne Press Club’s 28th Quill awards.
Bridget Brennan, Brooke Fryer, Suzanne Dredge and Stephanie Zillman of Four Corners/ABC News won the 28th Gold Quill for “How Many More?”
Sarah Booth of the Herald Sun has won the 2022 Young Journalist of the Year Quill
Jeremy Story Carter of the ABC National Regional Reporting Team has won the 2022 Coverage of Women in Sport Quill, sponsored by the Office for Women in Sport and Recreation, for his piece “Is this Australia's coolest footy team?”
Carrie-Anne Greenbank of Nine News has won the 2022 TV/Video News Quil for her coverage of the war in Ukraine
Richard Willingham, Kirsten Robb and Sarah Curnow of 7.30 have won the 2022 TV/Video Feature Quill for “Victims of sexual violence forced to wait in bloodied and soiled clothes due to crisis in Forensic Care”
Malcom Corp of Nine News Melbourne has won the 2022 TV Camera Work (Shot of the Year) Quill for “Wild Rampage”
Travis Nemtsas of Nine News has won the 2022 TV Camera Work (Creative) Quill for “Beach Artist”
Michael Willson of AFL.com.au has won the 2022 Sports Photograph Quill for his entry “Buddy Beauty”
Sam Landsberger of the Herald Sun has won the 2022 Sports News Quill for “Dons' holy fail”
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