As South Africans share a national vigil waiting for news about the health of former President Nelson Mandela I am reminded of the day I saw Mandela and the effect he had on South African people at
Posted by Brian Finn on Thursday 13th Jun 2013
For all those thinking this blog entry will be about the movie that brought John Travolta back into our lives in the 80s, I'm sorry, it's not.
Posted by Renée Parsons on Wednesday 27th Mar 2013
I have just had the pleasure of spending a day at the Models of Success and Sustainability (MOSS) – How to Communicate Sustainability workshop in Melbourne.
Posted by Dan Ormond on Monday 25th Mar 2013
My great uncle always boycotted the census, even resorting to hiding at the back of his h
Posted by Tomas Kriha on Wednesday 6th Mar 2013
We’re often advising clients on their content and channel strategy so I’m always on the lookout for simple ways to map our recommendations visuall
Posted by Tomas Kriha on Friday 1st Feb 2013
One of the honours of working in public relations is hearing people’s stories, entrusted to you as a professional communicator whose job it is to pass them on to the world.
Posted by Alice Taylor on Wednesday 16th Jan 2013
Parties, mad efforts to complete work that should’ve been put to bed in August, overindulging in Christmas mince pies, and working out who in the office gave you the dodgy secret Santa gift.
Posted by Juliet Montague on Thursday 20th Dec 2012
The news that one of the nurses at the centre of the hoax radio station call to the hosp
Posted by Brian Finn on Tuesday 11th Dec 2012
APN’s decision to sell its South Island newspaper interests will come as a blow to many of the communities they serve.
Posted by Sam Halstead on Friday 23rd Nov 2012
Public relations has the potential to lead institutions around the world out of the current crisis of trust and into a new era defined by broad public engagement says Richard Edelman, President and
Posted by Brian Finn on Wednesday 21st Nov 2012