Photos from the 2013 Quill Awards are now online.

 

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Photos from the 2013 Quill Awards are now online.

 

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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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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. - See more at: http://www.melbournepressclub.com/news/secret-tapes-expose-wins-herald-s...

 

 

The winner of the Graham Perkin Award is Caroline Wilson of The Age for her body of work on the Essendon Football Club’s drugs scandal.

 

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The Quill Awards for Excellence in Victorian Journalism are the premier media awards in the state.

The 2013 Quill Awards winners were announced at the annual Quills dinner on Friday 21 March 2014.

The best of the 27 individual Quill winners was awarded the Gold Quill, which carries a $5,000 prize from Monash University.

Click here to find the winners and videos from the night

The Quill Awards for Excellence in Victorian Journalism are the premier media awards in the state.

The 2013 Quill Awards winners were announced at the annual Quills dinner on Friday 21 March 2014.

The best of the 27 individual Quill winners was awarded the Gold Quill, which carries a $5,000 prize from Monash University.

- See more at: http://www.melbournepressclub.com/2013#sthash.htNL0Lmf.dpuf

 

ABC Breakfast presenter Michael Rowland is the new president of the Melbourne Press Club.



The Club's committee unanimously elected Michael at a meeting on Wednesday, 26 February.

 

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ABC Breakfast presenter Michael Rowland is the new president of the Melbourne Press Club.

The Club's committee unanimously elected Michael at a meeting on Wednesday, 26 March.

- See more at: http://www.melbournepressclub.com/news/mpc-elects-new-president_26_02_2014#sthash.JpaoPI6W.dpuf

ABC Breakfast presenter Michael Rowland is the new president of the Melbourne Press Club.

The Club's committee unanimously elected Michael at a meeting on Wednesday, 26 March.

He succeeds Mark Baker who has stepped down after three years as president to become the Club's inaugural chief executive officer.

"It is an honour to be chosen to lead the Melbourne Press Club which, 41 years after its establishment, is undergoing a period of major growth, "Michael said.

The committee also conferred Life Membership of the Club on Mark Baker and Minter Ellison partner Peter Bartlett, who was a vice president and committee member for 13 years.

- See more at: http://www.melbournepressclub.com/news/mpc-elects-new-president_26_02_2014#sthash.JpaoPI6W.dpuf

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Caroline Wilson named Graham Perkin Australian Journalist of the Year

The Melbourne Press Club congratulates Caroline Wilson of The Age on her winning the 2013 Graham Perkin Australian Journalist of the Year Award.

McCarthy received the award for her Body of Work on the Essendon Football Club’s drugs scandal.

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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.

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