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Pallavi Singhal, Daniel Carter and Mark Stehle of The Age won the Excellence in Science, Medical and Health Reporting Quill for their work “Silent Killer”.
Paul Sakkal of The Age won the 2022 News Reporting in Writing Quill for “Operation Daintree: Daniel Andrews under direct investigation in new IBAC probe”
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?”
Ruby Jones, Georgia Cranko, Elle Marsh and Erik Jensen of 7am won the 2022 Reporting on Disability Issues Quill for “The killing of Ann Marie Smith”
SYN Media is partnering with the Melbourne Press Club to bring ‘Reporting on state elections’ to young journalists ahead of the 2022 Victorian election.
A Masterclass featuring Rachel Green, Osher Günsberg, Dr Jaelea Skehan & Sophie Scott
TikTok has taken the online world by storm, with a claimed one billion users tuning into the social media platform for entertainment and information. So how can journalists break through the lip syncs and loops to tell the news and knock back misinformation?
Liam Mannix of The Age has won the inaugural 2021 Excellence in Science, Medical and Health Reporting, Sponsored by University of Melbourne.
The Age's Yoo-rrook: A time for truth team has won the 2021 Quill for Recognising Excellence in Indigenous Affairs Reporting, sponsored by Federation of Victorian Traditional Owner Corporations.
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