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Riverine Herald Shows the Way for Regional Journalism

Back-to-back Quill awards have highlighted the skills of a dynamic newspaper team in Echuca

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AAP Medianet - 6 June 2019

Rob Harris moves to Nine; Ashleigh Sculley the new chief of staff at Today

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Victorian Homelessness Media Awards: Entries open

Peak body have launched awards to recognise and encourage respecful reporting about homelessness and related issues

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2018 Quill winners

See all the winners from the 2018 Quills

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Lawyer X Scoop wins 2018 Gold Quill

The Herald Sun Journalists who broke and led the coverage of the Lawyer X scandal have won the 2018 Gold Quill Award

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2018 Quills: The Victorian Government Quill for Reporting on Disability Issues

Rachael Lucas of ABC Gippsland won the 2018 Victorian Government Quill for Reporting on Disability Issues

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2018 Quills: Regional and Rural Journalism

Tyla Harrington of the Riverine Herald won the 2018 Regional and Rural Journalism Quill

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2018 Quills: Radio Journalism (Long Form)

A Background Briefing team won the 2018 Radio Journalism (Long Form) Quill for an investigation into the death of international student Jeremy Hu

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The 2018 Graham Perkin Australian Journalist of the Year

Anthony Dowsley won the prestigious national prize for his reporting on Lawyer X and the Jason Roberts conviction

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2018 Lifetime Achievement award

Barrie Cassidy used his LTAA speech to celebrate his colleagues, advocate for a more compassionate journalism and announce his retirement

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