The Victorian media community celebrated journalism that made a vital contribution at the 2020 Quill awards for Excellence in Victorian Journalism
ABC Australian Story piece wins inaugural Quills prize
Shepparton News journalist wins award for her sensitive reporting about regional homelessness
Principal sponsor University of Melbourne will support the new award
All the glamour and the glory of the 2020 Quills dinner and award presentations
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The Melbourne Press Club is pleased to announce the board appointments from the AGM and subsequent board meeting held on 15 June 2022.
The Melbourne Press Club Inc Annual General Meeting will be held at 12.30pm Wednesday 15 June 2022
Now in its sixth round, the MPC Mentoring Program provides opportunities for early career journalists to discuss their career aspirations and immediate on-the-job needs with senior media personnel from outside their organisation.
Following commissioning an independent panel to review the awarding of the2020 Sports News Quill, the board of the Melbourne Press Club has met to discuss the panel’s report.
Winners have been announced for all 2021 Quills, as well as the Perkin, Gordon, Student, and Lifetime Achievement awards.
Finalists have been announced for the 2021 Harry Gordon Australian Sports Journalist of the Year.
Finalists have been announced for the 2021 Quill Awards
Finalists have been announced for the 2021 Perkin Award
The Melbourne Press Club has appointed three leading journalists/editors and a senior barrister to an Independent Panel to review the club's recent decision to annul the 2020 Quill for Sports News Reporting.
Our annual awards night will be held on 18 March 2022
The board and management of the Melbourne Press Club sadly inform you of the passing of Patrick J Hayes on the Wednesday 20th October, 2021.
Mr Paton is a proud Aboriginal man from the Gunai and Monaro-Ngarigo groups of southeastern Australia who is passionate about the preservation, continuation and promotion of cultures.
The Melbourne Press Club is thrilled to announce a new partnership with the Federation of Victorian Traditional Owner Corporations as the sponsor of the Excellence in Indigenous Affairs Reporting Quill award for the next two years.
The Annual General Meeting of the Melbourne Press Club Inc will be held at 12.30pm on Wednesday 30th June 2021 via Zoom.
Donations to the Melbourne Press Club will support our programs for journalism.
The MPC conveys our deepest sympathies to Ann Peacock, General Manager Community and Charity at Crown Resorts, upon the death of her father Andrew Peacock.
Finalists lists have been corrected for the Sports Feature and Sports News categories
Finalists have been announced in over 30 categories
Finalists for the 2020 Graham Perkin and Harry Gordon awards have been announced
Update on Diversity Committee progress
We are deeply concerned that Facebook’s actions are limiting Australians access to high-quality news information
Wrapping up a huge year at the Melbourne Press Club
Entries for the 26th annual Quill Awards for excellence in Victorian Journalism have now closed.
The most coveted award in national journalism carries a $10,000 prize
The national award recognises the best sports journalism in all media and all codes
This new award encourages journalism that highlights and amplifies Indigenous voices and stories
A one-off award sponsored by the Father Bob Foundation encourages reporting that fosters social inclusion and community
Judging statement regarding bushfire coverage entries
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