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Sundays Bloody Sundays

Celebrating the launch of three Sunday papers on one day in 1989

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2017 Quills: The TAC Towards Zero Quill for Road Safety Reporting

Ebony Bowden won the 2017 TAC Towards Zero Quill for Road Safety Reporting

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The Edit: FOI Masterclass

Herald Sun FOI Editor Fiona Hudson answers all your FOI-related questions

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2016 Quills: The TAC Towards Zero Road Safety Quill

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’.

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2011 Young Journalist of the Year

Amelia Harris of The Herald Sun won the 2011 Young Journalist of the Year Award.

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Chapter 1: The search for a well

Journalists were never great club people, not in the traditional sense. Instead, they liked their pubs. 

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2020 Quills: Feature Writing

Nick McKenzie has won the 2020 Feature Writing Quill

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2020 Quills: Breaking News Coverage

The Herald Sun Breaking News Team has won the 2020 Breaking News Coverage Quill

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2020 Quills: TAC Quill for Road Safety Reporting

Olivia Shying of Geelong Advertiser has won the 2020 TAC Quill for Road Safety Reporting Quill

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2020 Lifetime Achievement award

Colin Duck has been awarded the 2020 Lifetime Achievement award

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