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28th Quills: Reporting on Disability Issues, sponsored by the Victorian Government

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”

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The Edit: Responsible Reporting in the age of disinformation

The COVID-19 pandemic has given rise to an onslaught of misinformation and disinformation propagated by those with vested interests.

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2020 Quills: The Father Bob Maguire Foundation Cobberwealth Award for Reporting on Social Inclusion

Charmayne Allison won the 2020 The Father Bob Maguire Foundation Cobberwealth Award

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2020 Quills: Quill for Recognising Excellence in Indigenous Affairs Reporting

ABC Australian Story have won the 2020 Quill for Recognising Excellence in Indigenous Affairs Reporting Quill

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Marlion Pickett Story Wins Indigenous Affairs Reporting Quill

ABC Australian Story piece wins inaugural Quills prize

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2018 Quills: Business News

Adele Ferguson, Lesley Robinson, Nassim Khadem & Lucy Carter won the 2018 Business News Quill for Mongrel Bunch of Bastards

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Quills - Categories

View the list of categories for the 29th Quill Awards for Excellence in Victorian Journalism  

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Quills - Conditions of Entry & Judging Criteria

Read the conditions of entry and criteria for the 29th Quill awards

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'I think we're just that local voice. That's something we do better than anyone else...'

You don’t need to be a long-term local in regional Victoria to understand the power of community journalism. In this story, Matthew Hall speaks to two young sports journalists at regional mastheads who have quickly learned how important it is to not only tell those stories, but to ensure every detail is correct.

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What's good about the Ballarat Times?

By starting in the very job she trained for, Edwina Williams defied a trend for journalism graduates. In less than five years since, she has worked her way up to be the senior journalist at the Ballarat Times, a free community weekly serving her hometown.

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