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29th Quills: Regional and Rural Journalism, sponsored by TAC

Rachel Clayton, Charlotte King and Andy Burns of ABC News have won the Regional and Rural Journalism Quill with “Suspected unlicensed dams multiplying across stressed Moorabool River”

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28th Quills: Regional and Rural Journalism, sponsored by TAC

Harrison Tippet of the Geelong Advertiser won the 2022 Regional and Rural Journalism Quill for “Institutional abuse: A city's scars laid bare”

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2021 Quills: Regional and Rural Journalism

Dale Webster of The Regional has won the 2021 Regional and Rural Journalism Quill.

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2020 Quills: Regional and Rural Journalism

Charlotte King & Andy Burns of ABC Regional & Background Briefing have won the 2020 Regional and Rural Journalism Quill

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2019 Quills: Regional and Rural Journalism

Charmayne Allison and Cath Grey of the Riverine Herald won the 2019 Regional and Rural Journalism Quill

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2018 Quills: Regional and Rural Journalism

Tyla Harrington of the Riverine Herald won the 2018 Regional and Rural Journalism Quill

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2017 Quills: Regional and Rural Journalism

Tyla Harrington, Andrew Mole, Ivy Wise and Luke Hemer of The Riverine Herald won the 2017 Regional and Rural Journalism Quill

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2015 Quills: Best Regional or Rural Affairs Report in any Medium

Mandy Squires, of the Geelong Advertiser, won the 2015 Quill for Best Regional or Rural Affairs Report in any Medium for the special series 'Breaking Ice'.  

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2014 Quills: Best Regional or Rural Affairs Report in any Medium

Sue Neales of The Australian won the 2014 Quill for Best Regional or Rural Affairs Report in any Medium.

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'It’s about proximity to you, the reader'

The dilemma facing regional journalism is stark. Latest figures show that 101 print editions have closed nationally since 2019, these losses disproportionately impacting rural and regional coverage. But the stories Matthew Hall has unearthed paint an optimistic and nuanced picture, challenging the notion that there’s no career to be made outside the city.

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