Awarded to Adele Ferguson
Annika Smethurst, of the Herald Sun, won the 2015 Quill for Best News Report in Writing.
Jacqueline Felgate & Emily Angwin, from Seven News, won the 2015 Quill for Best Breaking News Coverage.
Annika Smethurst & Rob Harris, of the Herald Sun, won the 2015 Quill for Best Coverage of an Issue or Event for their coverage of the choppergate expenses scandal.
Waleed Aly, of The Age, won the 2015 Keith Dunstan Quill for Best Columnist/Blogger.
Caro Meldrum-Hanna & Sam Clark, from ABC Four Corners, won the 2015 Grant Hattam Quill for the Four Corners program 'Making a Killing'.
Tom Whitty & Waleed Aly, of The Project, Network Ten, won the 2015 Quill for Best TV or Video Current Affairs/Feature under 10 Minutes for the editorial feature 'Isis is Weak'.
Nick McKenzie, Richard Baker & Klaus Toft, of ABC Four Corners/The Age, won the 2015 Quill for Best TV Or Video Current Affairs/Feature over 10 Minutes for 'True Detectives', an investigation of some of Victoria's gangland killings.
Cameron Baud, of Seven News, won the 2015 Quill for Best TV or Video News Story for his exclusive interview with fugitive hit and run driver Puneet Puneet.
Lauren Hilbert, from Radio 3AW, won the 2015 Quill for Best Radio News Report for her coverage of a public sector pay dispute.
Jon Faine, Daniel Ziffer & Tess Armstrong, of 774 ABC Melbourne, won the 2015 Quill for Best Radio Current Affairs Report for their report on VicRoads re-registration problems.
John Trevorrow & Jesse Wray-McCann, from Leader, won the 2015 RACV Transport Quill for their 'Keep 70' campaign.
Joe Armao, of The Age, won the 2015 Quill for Best News Photograph for shots of Luke Shambrook, who was reunited with his parents after spending three days lost in the bush.
Michael Rayner, of The Weekly Review, won the 2015 Quill for Best Features Photo for his portrait of David Gulpilil.
Colleen Petch, of the Herald Sun, won the 2015 Quill for Best Sports Photo.
Quills Red Carpet by Seb Costello from Nine News 2015
In Memorium - 2015 Quills
Will Pristel, of Seven News, won the 2015 Quill for Best Camera Work.
Adele Ferguson, Sarah Danckert & Klaus Toft, of ABC Four Corners/The Age, won Best Business Story in any Medium.
Duska Sulicich, of The Sunday Age, won the Quill for Best Three Headlines in any medium.
Andrew Dyson won the 2015 Quill for Best Cartoon with 'Taxpayer-funded remote community'.
Richard Giliberto won the 2015 Quill for Best Illustration or Graphics in any Medium.
Mark Stehle, Felicity Lewis, Nathanael Scott, Tom McKendrick & Adele Ferguson, of The Age, won the 2015 Quill for Best Use of Digital or Social Media.
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'.
Grant Baker, Michael Warner & Carly Crawford, of the Herald Sun, won the 2015 Quill for Best Sports News Story in any Medium for '1294 pages of secrets'.
Nicholas Payne, Fiona Sexton & Jon Andrews, of Bayside Leader, have won the 2015 Quill for Best Suburban Report in Writing for their Grass Ceilings campaign.
Mark Robinson, of the Herald Sun, won the 2015 Quill for Best Sports Feature in any Medium for his interview and profile of Adelaide AFL coach Phil Walsh.
Ruth Lamperd, of the Herald Sun, won the 2015 Victorian Government Quill for Reporting on Disability.
Christie Cooper, of Seven News, won the 2015 Towards Zero Road Safety Quill.
Margaret Simons and Dave Tacon, of The Monthly, won the 2015 Quill for Best Feature in Writing.
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