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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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Statement: Journalism is not a crime

The Melbourne Press Club calls on Malaysia to immediately cease its criminal investigation into five Australian journalists over their fair and balanced reporting for Al Jazeera

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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's Crime Night: with Sly & Rule

Throughout their illustrious careers, John Silvester and Andrew Rule have turned the torch on some of Melbourne's seediest scenarios

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Dramatic deterioration in world press freedom

This year’s World Press Freedom Index data reflected a dramatic deterioration in access to information and an increase in obstacles to news coverage.

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The Edit: Talking TV and correspondence with Alexis Daish

Join us for our first in-person Edit event in over a year.

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2020 Graham Perkin Winner Nick McKenzie

Nick McKenzie won the 45th Graham Perkin Award for a portfolio of investigative work

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2020 Perkin Award Finalists

See the finalists list for the 45th Graham Perkin Australian Journalist of the Year award

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2020 Quill Awards finalists

See the full list of 2020 Quill Award finalists

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