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2014 Quill Awards

Quills for Excellence in Victorian Journalism

Monash University Gold Quill

An expose of the multi-million dollar financial advice scandal at the Commonwealth Bank won Adele Ferguson the highest honour in Victorian journalism – the 2014 Monash Gold Quill.

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Best News Report in Writing

Richard Baker and Nick McKenzie won the 2014 Quill for Best News Report in Writing.

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Best Feature in Writing

Jewel Topsfield of The Age won the 2014 Quill for the Best Feature in Writing for ‘Life goes to hell in a stroke’.

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Best Breaking News Coverage

Damon Johnston, Gary Oxley, Nathaniel Bane & Kiah Doodie of the Herald Sun won the 2014 Quill for Best Breaking News Coverage.

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Best Coverage of an Issue or Event

Ruth Lamperd & Monique Hore of the Herald Sun won the 2014 Quill for Best Coverage of an Issue or Event for ‘White Death’.

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Grant Hattam Quill for Investigative Journalism

Ruth Lamperd of the Herald Sun won the 2014 Grant Hattam Quill for Investigative Journalism.

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Keith Dunstan Quill for Best Columnist/Blogger

John Silvester of The Age won the 2014 Keith Dunstan Quill for Best Columnist/Blogger for his column ‘Naked City’.

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Best TV or Video Current Affairs Feature

Caro Meldrum-Hanna, Ali Russell, Max Murch and Clare Blumer of the ABC’s Four Corners won the 2014 Quill for Best TV or Video Current Affairs Feature.

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Best TV or Video News Report

Laura Turner from Nine News won the 2014 Quill for Best TV or Video News Report for her story ‘Ice Epidemic’.

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Best Radio News Report

Yvette Gray of 3AW won the 2014 Quill for Best Radio News Report.

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Best Radio Current Affairs Report

Neil Mitchell from 3AW won the 2014 Quill for Best Radio Current Affairs Report.

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RACV Transport Quill

Josh Gordon and Henrietta Cook won the 2014 RACV Transport Quill.

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Best News Photograph

Wayne Ludbey won the 2014 Quill for Best News Photograph for his picture of jockey Paul Hamblin, who survived unscathed after falling from his horse at Sandown Races.

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Best Features Photograph

Eddie Jim of The Sunday Age won the 2014 Quill for Best Features Photograph for his image of Hayden McLean.

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Best Sports Photograph

Colleen Petch of the Herald Sun won the 2014 Quill for Best Sports Photograph.

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Best Camera Work

Phil Loschiavo of Seven News won the 2014 Quill for Best Camera Work.

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Best Three Headlines in any Medium

Warwick McFadyen of The Age won the 2014 Quill for Best Three Headlines in any Medium.

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Best Cartoon

Ron Tandberg of The Age won the 2014 Quill Award for Best Cartoon for ‘The Barnacle Budget’.

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Best Illustration or Graphics in any Medium

Jim Pavlidis of The Age won the 2014 Quill for Best Illustration or Graphics in any Medium for ‘The worth of a woman’.

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Best Use of Digital or Social Media

Tom McKendrick, Felicity Lewis, Mark Stehle, Bridie Smith, Nathanael Scott and Joe Benke of theage.com.au have won the 2014 Quill for Best Use of Digital or Social Media for ‘And then there were none’, a multimedia piece on threatened and extinct Australian species.

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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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Best Suburban Report in Writing

Dana McCauley and Fiona Sexton of the Port Phillip Leader won the 2014 Quill for Best Suburban Report in Writing for ‘School Space Race’.

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Best Sports News Story in any Medium

Patrick Bartley of The Age won the 2014 Quill for Best Sports News Story in any Medium for ‘Needle in a haystack’.

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Best Sports Feature in any Medium

Jake Niall of The Age won the 2014 Quill for Best Sports Feature in any Medium for his story ‘Inside the world of Liam Jurrah’.

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Best Business Story in any Medium

Adele Ferguson, Deb Masters & Mario Christodoulou have won the 2014 Quill for Best Business Story in any Medium.

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