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Life membership for Quills chief judge

The retiring chief judge of the Quill Awards, Bernard Teague, has been made a life member of the Melbourne Press Club.

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Life Members

List of Melbourne Press Club life members

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Chapter 9. The Push for Membership

In 1991 ­– 20 years after the founding of the club – membership was still hovering under 200 and it was reasonable to question whether this was sufficient for a viable organisation. Certainly, this number was a very small proportion of the eligible membership in the dynamic media-rich city of Melbourne.

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2017 Quills Conditions of Entry & Judging Criteria

Read the conditions of entry and criteria for the 2017 Quill awards

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The Board

Meet the Melbourne Press Club board.

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Chapter 4. A Woman President

Freda Irving was the club's first woman president. We had no idea of her age, but when she took over in 1978 we discovered she was 75. She had started at The Herald under the patronage of Keith Murdoch in 1926.

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2016 Quills Conditions of Entry & Judging Criteria

See a list of categories, plus conditions of entry and criteria for the 2016 Quill awards.  

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