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Back-to-back Quill awards have highlighted the skills of a dynamic newspaper team in Echuca
Rob Harris moves to Nine; Ashleigh Sculley the new chief of staff at Today
Peak body have launched awards to recognise and encourage respecful reporting about homelessness and related issues
See all the winners from the 2018 Quills
The Herald Sun Journalists who broke and led the coverage of the Lawyer X scandal have won the 2018 Gold Quill Award
Rachael Lucas of ABC Gippsland won the 2018 Victorian Government Quill for Reporting on Disability Issues
Tyla Harrington of the Riverine Herald won the 2018 Regional and Rural Journalism Quill
A Background Briefing team won the 2018 Radio Journalism (Long Form) Quill for an investigation into the death of international student Jeremy Hu
Anthony Dowsley won the prestigious national prize for his reporting on Lawyer X and the Jason Roberts conviction
Barrie Cassidy used his LTAA speech to celebrate his colleagues, advocate for a more compassionate journalism and announce his retirement
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