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2020 Quills: Victorian Government Quill for Reporting on Multicultural Affairs

André Dao, Michael Green and Tia Kass won the 2020 Quill for Reporting on Multicultural Affairs

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2020 Quills: Victorian Government Quill for Reporting on Disability Issues

Chris Gillett won the 2020 Victorian Government Quill for Reporting on Disability Issues Quill

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2019 Quills: The Victorian Government Quill for Reporting on Cultural Diversity

Ian Burrows & Jason Fang of ABC News won the 2019 Victorian Government Quill for Reporting on Cultural Diversity

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2019 Quills: The Victorian Government Quill for Reporting on Disability Issues

Belinda Hawkins, Mark Farnell, Ian Harley & Vanessa Wiltshire of Australian Story & ABC News won the 2019 Victorian Government Quill for Reporting on Disability Issues

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2018 Quills: The Victorian Government Quill for Reporting on Disability Issues

Rachael Lucas of ABC Gippsland won the 2018 Victorian Government Quill for Reporting on Disability Issues

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2017 Quills: The Victorian Government Quill for Reporting on Disability Issues

Louise Milligan of ABC 7.30 won the 2017 Victorian Government Quill for Reporting on Disability Issues

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2016 Quills: The Victorian Government Quill for Reporting on Disability Issues

Beau Donelly won the 2016 Victorian Government Quill for Reporting on Disability Issues for his work in The Sunday Age.

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2015 Quills: Victorian Government Quill for Reporting on Disability

Ruth Lamperd, of the Herald Sun, won the 2015 Victorian Government Quill for Reporting on Disability.

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National Aboriginal Press Club Hosts Victorian Event

New National Aboriginal Press Club will host Jill Gallagher AO and The Hon Gavin Jennings in Melbourne on 2 December

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Secret Tapes Expose wins Herald Sun Top Victorian Journalism Award

The publication of secret tapes revealing deep divisions within the state government which led to the downfall of Premier Ted Baillieu, has won Herald Sun reporter James Campbell, Victoria’s top journalism prize—the $5000 Monash University Gold Quill.

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