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2019 Quills: TV Camera Work (Shot of the Year)

Trigby Chvastek of Nine News won the 2019 TV Camera Work (Shot of the Year) Quill for coverage of the arrest of Jonathan Dick

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2019 Quills: TV/Video Feature (Short Form)

Mimi Becker of Nine Network's A Current Affair won the 2019 TV/Video Feature (Short Form) Quill for 'Teachers Under Attack'

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2019 Quills: TV/Video News

Jayde Vincent of Nine News won the 2019 TV/Video News Quill

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2018 Quills: TV/Video Feature (Short Form)

Tineka Everaardt of Nine Network's A Current Affair won the 2018 TV/Video Feature (Short Form) Quill for 'Inside Court'

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2018 Quills: TV/Video News

Melina Sarris, Jackie Quist & Damian Shine of Seven News won the 2018 TV/Video News Quill

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2016 Quills: TV Video Feature (Long Form)

Adele Ferguson, Klaus Toft and Mario Christodoulou from ABC  Four Corners and The Age have won the 2016 TV/Video Feature (Long Form) Quill for reporting the Comminsure scandal.

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Shedding light on the dark side

There are times in most journalists’ careers when they glance over the fence at the greener grass of public relations and wonder what it would be like to jump. Former Seven News reporter Alicia Hall switched teams eighteen months ago, and offers valuable perspective.

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