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2019 Quills: The Victorian Government Quill for Reporting on Cultural Diversity

Ian Burrows & Jason Fang of ABC News won the 2019 Victorian Government Quill for Reporting on Cultural Diversity

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2019 Quills: The TAC Towards Zero Quill for Road Safety Reporting

Cathy Jacobs, Ben Knight, Mary Gearin & Cameron Best won the 2019 TAC Towards Zero Quill for Road Safety Reporting

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2019 Quills: The Victorian Government Quill for Reporting on Disability Issues

Belinda Hawkins, Mark Farnell, Ian Harley & Vanessa Wiltshire of Australian Story & ABC News won the 2019 Victorian Government Quill for Reporting on Disability Issues

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New Quill Recognises Cultural Diversity Reporting

A new Victorian Government-sponsored award celebrates nuanced coverage

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The Edit: Reporting Trump's White House

A special forum with The Australian's Washington correspondent Cameron Stewart

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2018 Quills: The TAC Towards Zero Quill for Road Safety Reporting

Jacqui Peake, Billy Lim, Martin Elliott & Warwick Ferguson won the 2018 TAC Towards Zero Quill for Road Safety Reporting

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2018 Quills: The Victorian Government Quill for Reporting on Disability Issues

Rachael Lucas of ABC Gippsland won the 2018 Victorian Government Quill for Reporting on Disability Issues

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2017 Quills: The Victorian Government Quill for Reporting on Disability Issues

Louise Milligan of ABC 7.30 won the 2017 Victorian Government Quill for Reporting on Disability Issues

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2017 Quills: The TAC Towards Zero Quill for Road Safety Reporting

Ebony Bowden won the 2017 TAC Towards Zero Quill for Road Safety Reporting

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2016 Quills: The Victorian Government Quill for Reporting on Disability Issues

Beau Donelly won the 2016 Victorian Government Quill for Reporting on Disability Issues for his work in The Sunday Age.

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