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Sarah Booth of the Herald Sun has won the 2022 Young Journalist of the Year Quill
Jeremy Story Carter of the ABC National Regional Reporting Team has won the 2022 Coverage of Women in Sport Quill, sponsored by the Office for Women in Sport and Recreation, for his piece “Is this Australia's coolest footy team?”
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”.
Harrison Tippet of the Geelong Advertiser won the 2022 Regional and Rural Journalism Quill for “Institutional abuse: A city's scars laid bare”
Jewel Topsfield, Matt Davidson, Sophie Aubrey and Margaret Gordon of The Age have won the 2022 Innovation Quill for “Jack's story”
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?”
Stephanie Convery, Emma Kemp and Melissa Davey of Guardian Australia have won the 2022 Grant Hattam Quill for Investigative Journalism for their work “The gaping hole in sport’s concussion policies”
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”
Adele Ferguson and Chris Gillett of The Age and 7.30 won the 2022 Business News/Feature, sponsored by McGrathNicol Quill for "Medicare: A Basket Case"
Liam Mannix of The Age has won the inaugural 2021 Excellence in Science, Medical and Health Reporting, Sponsored by University of Melbourne.
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