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2019 Quills: Business News

Nick McKenzie, Grace Tobin & Nick Toscano won the 2019 Business News Quill for 'Crown Unmasked'

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2019 Quills: Sports News

Leo Schlink and Mark Buttler of the Herald Sun won the 2019 Sports News Quill

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2018 Quills: Sports News

Leo Schlink of the Herald Sun won the 2018 Sports News Quill

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What’s news? Not much…

Six O'Clock Advisory's Mitchell Hunt ponders our choices as consumers and publishers of news

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'The Newsman': Lunch with Mal Walden

Celebrating the launch of The Newsman: 60 Years of Television

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2014 Quills: Best Sports News Story in any Medium

Patrick Bartley of The Age won the 2014 Quill for Best Sports News Story in any Medium for ‘Needle in a haystack’.

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‘Babes’ bite back: there’s no glamour in TV news

In a recent article, retired scribe Geoffrey Barker lambasted perky, blonde reporters for dumbing down television journalism. Not surprisingly, the ‘news babes’ in his sights were unimpressed, not to mention insulted and angry.

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Statement: Regional journalism funding welcome, but more needed

The Melbourne Press Club welcomes relief for Australian media and investment in regional journalism but more needs to be done.

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National Press Club’s Cathy Bryson named new MPC CEO

The Melbourne Press Club today announced Cathy Bryson as the organisation’s new CEO

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Anne Connolly wins Australian Journalist of the Year

The ABC journalist has won the $20,000 Perkin prize for her ongoing investigative coverage of the aged sector

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