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Stephanie Convery, Emma Kemp and Melissa Davey of Guardian Australia have won the 2022 Grant Hattam Quill for Investigative Journalism for their work “The gaping hole in sport’s concussion policies”
Nick McKenzie and Joel Tozer of The Age have won the 2021 Grant Hattam Quill for Investigative Journalism.
Nick McKenzie and Chris Masters won the 2020 The Grant Hattam Quill for Investigative Journalism
Andy Burns and Geoff Thompson won the 2019 Grant Hattam Quill
Anthony Dowsley and Patrick Carlyon won the 2018 Grant Hattam Quill
Group investigations into Chinese influence over Australian politics and a retirement village sector scandal have jointly won the 2017 Grant Hattam Quill for Investigative Journalism.
Ben Schneiders, Royce Millar & Nick Toscano of The Age won the 2016 Grant Hattam Quill.
Caro Meldrum-Hanna & Sam Clark, from ABC Four Corners, won the 2015 Grant Hattam Quill for the Four Corners program 'Making a Killing'.
Ruth Lamperd of the Herald Sun won the 2014 Grant Hattam Quill for Investigative Journalism.
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