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2021 Quills: Innovation in Journalism

Matilda Boseley of Guardian Australia has won the 2021 Innovation in Journalism Quill.

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2020 Quills: Innovation in Journalism

Rachael Dexter and Justin McManus of the The Age have won the 2020 Innovation in Journalism Quill

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2019 Quills: Innovation in Journalism

Margaret Burin, Nathan Hoad, Ben Spraggon & Matthew Liddy won the 2019 Innovation In Journalism Quill

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2018 Quills: Innovation in Journalism

Calla Wahlquist, Lorena Allam, Jack Banister & Nick Evershed won the 2018 Innovation Quill

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2017 Quills: Innovation in Journalism

The ABC Trace Team won the 2017 Innovation in Journalism Quill for 'Trace'

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2016 Quills: Innovation in Journalism

The winner of the Innovation in Journalism Quill is Soren Frederiksen, Conal Hanna & Craig Dixon (Fairfax Media)

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[SOLD OUT] The Edit: Reporting on TikTok

TikTok has taken the online world by storm, with a claimed one billion users tuning into the social media platform for entertainment and information. So how can journalists break through the lip syncs and loops to tell the news and knock back misinformation?

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2021 Quill Award finalists

Finalists have been announced for the 2021 Quill Awards

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26th Quill awards: See all the winners

The Victorian media community celebrated journalism that made a vital contribution at the 2020 Quill awards for Excellence in Victorian Journalism

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2020 Quill Awards finalists

See the full list of 2020 Quill Award finalists

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