24 March 2014
The winner of this year's Quills Twitter Competition has been announced.
24 March 2014
The 2013 Student Journalist of the Year is Aliyah Stotyn from Melbourne University.
22 March 2014
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.

News

Justin Smith
28 May 2012

Talkback radio may be home to some of the biggest names, and egos, in the media, but 3AW’s Justin Smith says they’re overshadowed by the true stars of the medium: the humble callers.

Steve Doig
25 May 2012

Pulitzer prize winning journalist Steve Doig addressed The Age journalists on Wednesday 23 May and Herald Sun journalists the following day on the benefits of data journalism to create and reinforce stories.

Brett McLeod with Norm Beaman and John Sylvester
2 May 2012

When two crime reporting kings came together to hold court, reporter Kate Osborn was in the audience. Here's her take on the wit and wisdom of The Age's John Silvester and Seven News veteran Norm Beaman.

Brett McLeod
12 April 2012

Immediacy is what sets broadcast journalism apart from its print counterpart, and there's nothing more immediate than a live cross. It's difficult to do, and even harder to do well. Nine News reporter Brett McLeod shares some of the tips that made him one of the best in the business.

Fiona Hamilton
6 February 2012

Few events live in the minds of Melbourne's media like the Black Saturday bushfires. On the third anniversary of the fires, Channel Seven's Kate Osborn looks beyond the history-making images to the people who created them: the photographers and cameramen who chronicled the week, and found themselves driven to extraordinary professional and personal limits.

Ben Lewis
19 January 2012

Dealing with people who are dealing with grief is one of the most difficult parts of a journalist's job. Just as every story is different, so is the reaction of those involved when approached by the media. Ten News reporter Ben Lewis has noticed a shift in attitudes, particularly among media-savvy young people, who are finding themselves increasingly empowered.

Commonwealth Law Courts
12 January 2012

A long-awaited overhaul of federal suppression order laws should clear up confusion for courts and journalists. Minter Ellison lawyers Sandip Mukerjea and Mark Silberer say it's a win for open justice and 'the suppression state.' Victoria, should follow suit.

Michael Rowland
8 December 2011

In a year that had its fair share of revolutions, resignations and natural disasters, ABC News Breakfast's Michael Rowland recalls the news highlights and lowlights of 2011.

Cadel Evans
5 December 2011

2011 was a bumper year in the world of sport with unbeaten streaks, smashed records and tales of personal triumph. Herald Sun Sports Journalist Jon Anderson rates his top sporting highlights.

Kate Osborn
17 November 2011

Forget the doomsayers who bemoan the contraction of the media industry. There’s plenty of work out there, argues Channel Seven’s Kate Osborn, as long as you’re prepared for some hard slog. And she says Gen Y journalism students could learn a thing or two, from RMIT’s Class of 2000.