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2018 Quills: The Grant Hattam Quill for Investigative Journalism

Anthony Dowsley and Patrick Carlyon won the 2018 Grant Hattam Quill

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2017 Quills: The Grant Hattam Quill for Investigative Journalism

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.  

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2016 Quills: Grant Hattam Quill for Investigative Journalism

Ben Schneiders, Royce Millar & Nick Toscano of The Age won the 2016 Grant Hattam Quill.

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2015 Quills: The Grant Hattam Quill for Investigative Journalism

Caro Meldrum-Hanna & Sam Clark, from ABC Four Corners, won the 2015 Grant Hattam Quill for the Four Corners program 'Making a Killing'.  

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2014 Quills: Grant Hattam Quill for Investigative Journalism

Ruth Lamperd of the Herald Sun won the 2014 Grant Hattam Quill for Investigative Journalism.

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Futures of Investigative Journalism Public Lecture

Investigative journalism is one of the few independent checks on the excesses of government, corrupt officials and corporate scoundrels. Such journalism is expensive to produce, takes a long time and risks expensive legal proceedings. 

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Robert Rosenthal on Saving Investigative Journalism

Renowned US editor and Centre for Investigative Reporting executive director Robert Rosenthal delivered a free public lecture at Monash University on Tuesday 20 September, 2011.

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New encryption laws threaten journalism: tech experts

Encryption legislation rushed through Federal Parliament last year 2018 create a serious threat to investigative journalism, according to tech experts.

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Anna Nemtsova & journalism in the post-Soviet states

Russian journalist Anna Nemtsova on the challenges of working in Vladimir Putin’s Russia.

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Secret Tapes Expose wins Herald Sun Top Victorian Journalism Award

The publication of secret tapes revealing deep divisions within the state government which led to the downfall of Premier Ted Baillieu, has won Herald Sun reporter James Campbell, Victoria’s top journalism prize—the $5000 Monash University Gold Quill.

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