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Sarah Danckert of The Age has won the 2020 Best Business Story In Any Medium Quill.
ABC Australian Story piece wins inaugural Quills prize
The ABC journalist has won the $20,000 Perkin prize for her ongoing investigative coverage of the aged sector
A former Age art director has turned a lifelong fascination with Judy Garland into a compelling stage show
CA Chief Kevin Roberts on rebuilding public trust
More than 50 NSW legends inducted at gala dinner
Caro Meldrum-Hanna recognised for exposing abuse in the juvenile justice system
The Australian Media Hall of Fame is a national project that recognises people who have made significant contributions to the craft of journalism and enhanced the history of news media in Australia.
Read from Keith Dunstan's history of the Melbourne Press Club, Informed Sources.
Veteran football writer Caroline Wilson of The Age won the 2013 Graham Perkin Australian Journalist of the Year Award, the richest prize in journalism, for her outstanding coverage of the Essendon Football Club’s drugs scandal.
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