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29th Quills: Innovation in Journalism, sponsored by Ryman Healthcare

Kai Feng, Jarrod Fankhauser, Olivia Ralph and Steven Viney of ABC News have won the Innovation in Journalism Quill with “Instant credibility”

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28th Quills: Innovation in Journalism, sponsored by Ryman Healthcare

Jewel Topsfield, Matt Davidson, Sophie Aubrey and Margaret Gordon of The Age have won the 2022 Innovation Quill for “Jack's story”

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2021 Quills: Innovation in Journalism

Matilda Boseley of Guardian Australia has won the 2021 Innovation in Journalism Quill.

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2020 Quills: Innovation in Journalism

Rachael Dexter and Justin McManus of the The Age have won the 2020 Innovation in Journalism Quill

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2019 Quills: Innovation in Journalism

Margaret Burin, Nathan Hoad, Ben Spraggon & Matthew Liddy won the 2019 Innovation In Journalism Quill

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2018 Quills: Innovation in Journalism

Calla Wahlquist, Lorena Allam, Jack Banister & Nick Evershed won the 2018 Innovation Quill

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2017 Quills: Innovation in Journalism

The ABC Trace Team won the 2017 Innovation in Journalism Quill for 'Trace'

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2016 Quills: Innovation in Journalism

The winner of the Innovation in Journalism Quill is Soren Frederiksen, Conal Hanna & Craig Dixon (Fairfax Media)

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Masterclass: Finding New Ways to Fight Misinformation with Neil Varcoe

This special session will provide tips, insights and fresh perspectives that can help working journalists deal with the rising tide of misinformation.

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