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Since he took over the Liberal leadership last December, the Victorian Opposition leader has not only had to deal with a re-elected Labor government but also internal partyroom issues that threatened to derail his agenda.
Ruby Jones, Georgia Cranko, Elle Marsh and Erik Jensen of 7am won the 2022 Reporting on Disability Issues Quill for “The killing of Ann Marie Smith”
New Racing Victoria chief executive Andrew Jones on the future of Victorian Thoroughbred Racing.
How are Victorian businesses recovering from the pandemic? What challenges lie ahead? Can we boost the state’s recovery while securing its future?
Bang Xiao, Jarrod Fankhauser, Steven Viney of ABC News have won the 2021 Quill for Reporting on Multicultural Affairs, sponsored by the Victorian Government.
Luke Henriques-Gomes of Guardian Australia has won the 2021 Victorian Government Quill for Reporting on Disability Issues Quill.
Wurundjeri and Ngurai illum Wurrung woman Sue-Anne Hunter and Victorian Minister for Aboriginal Affairs, Prevention of Family Violence and Women Gabrielle Williams on the Victorian truth and justice process
The Melbourne Press Club is thrilled to announce a new partnership with the Federation of Victorian Traditional Owner Corporations as the sponsor of the Excellence in Indigenous Affairs Reporting Quill award for the next two years.
VCCI Chief Executive Paul Guerra on Victorian business' post-COVID recovery.
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