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Lana Murphy of Nine News has won the 2021 Road Safety Reporting Quill, sponsored by the TAC.
Olivia Shying of Geelong Advertiser has won the 2020 TAC Quill for Road Safety Reporting Quill
Cathy Jacobs, Ben Knight, Mary Gearin & Cameron Best won the 2019 TAC Towards Zero Quill for Road Safety Reporting
Jacqui Peake, Billy Lim, Martin Elliott & Warwick Ferguson won the 2018 TAC Towards Zero Quill for Road Safety Reporting
Ebony Bowden won the 2017 TAC Towards Zero Quill for Road Safety Reporting
The MEAA's Mike Dobbie paints a grim picture of the situation of the media worldwide in the lead-up to the alliance's annual press freedom report.
Seamus Bradley, Meredith O’Shea, Nick Place and Miguel Rios from RACV Royal Auto Magazine have won the 2016 TAC Towards Zero Road Safety Quill for ‘Impact – Victoria’s Hidden Road Toll’.
Journalists sources under attack, writes lawyer Justin Quill.
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