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Our courts are filled with compelling stories of colourful characters, fights for justice and societal change - but the court reporting round also poses plenty of challenges if you’re not familiar with how the system works.
Bridget Brennan, Brooke Fryer, Suzanne Dredge and Stephanie Zillman of Four Corners/ABC News won the 2022 Excellence in Indigenous Affairs Reporting Quill for “How Many More?”
Luke Henriques-Gomes of Guardian Australia has won the 2021 Victorian Government Quill for Reporting on Disability Issues Quill.
Hear from leading legal voices and boost your court reporting skillset at a special Melbourne Press Club Masterclass event.
Melbourne Press Club committee member and senior partner at Minter Ellison, Peter Bartlett, has written a review of events in media law as part of the 2013 Walkley Press Freedom Report. Here is his summary of how media law is developing.
The MPC is thrilled to announce the finalists for our 29th Quill Awards for Excellence in Victorian Journalism.
Read the conditions of entry and criteria for the 29th Quill awards
The Federal Court’s decision to dismiss war veteran Ben Roberts-Smith’s defamation action against The Age, The Sydney Morning Herald and The Canberra Times is a landmark adjudication for public interest journalism in Australia.
The Melbourne Press Club has appointed three leading journalists/editors and a senior barrister to an Independent Panel to review the club's recent decision to annul the 2020 Quill for Sports News Reporting.
Learn how to report on sexual assault sensitively, ethically, and legally while protecting yourself from vicarious trauma.
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