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Feeling a bit retro lately? You’re not alone…

February 28, 2017

Nostalgia’s right on trend. Nokia has just announced plans to bring back the beloved Nokia 3310, and late last year Nintendo achieved tremendous success with the release of Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) Classic, a device that to this day is still plagued by shortages at retail level. And GIFs (animated images) — basically 1989 technology… Read More

Is there a science to communicating?

February 22, 2017 – By Miranda Olsen, Consultant — Organisational and Change Communication

There is a short answer and a long answer. Both of them are ‘yes’. Effective communication is not only a science but an art, and a skill we all require to navigate our way through life. If you had asked me that question five years ago, my answer would have been different, but I have… Read More

The lines are being drawn on Queensland’s electoral boundaries

February 20, 2017

In perhaps the most anticipated exercise of drawing lines on a map in recent Queensland history, the Queensland Redistribution Commission is finalising its Proposal for the Redistribution of Queensland’s State Electoral Boundaries.   Originally slated for December 2016, we can now expect its release by late February, 2017.   There will be an increase in… Read More

This is our Uber moment

February 13, 2017 – By Rob Lovegrove, Head of Digital

Debate in the ‘PR’ world regarding digital disruption has never been more apparent than now. Digital disruption used to mean agencies and communication practitioners working on how they introduce social media into their business, heralding a handful of likes and followers with proclamations of success. But the time for playing in the digital space and… Read More

New Ministerial Arrangements

February 10, 2017

Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has today announced new appointments brought about by the resignation of Stirling Hinchliffe from Cabinet.   Cabinet welcomes first-time Minister, Mark Furner, Member for Ferny Grove into the role of Minister for Local Government and Minister for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Partnerships.   The appointments are as follows: Jackie Trad (Member… Read More

What does your email persona say about you?

February 7, 2017 – By Susan Hawkins, Group Manager - Integrated Marketing Communication

We’re all time poor, texting and tweeting our way through life – but have we lost the delicate art of connecting via email? It’s great to be concise and to the point but it never hurts to add a little warmth or civility to help make a more meaningful connection. Here’s the top five tips… Read More

Patriots win Super Bowl on and off field

February 6, 2017

The biggest game on the sporting calendar, the Super Bowl*, has been decided for another year. To mark the occasion, we too held our own decider — which Super Bowl commercial scored the ultimate touchdown when it came to gaining the all-important cut-through? Some were politically charged, some were mere teasers to extended online stories… Read More

A brand new you

February 1, 2017

It’s that time of year when ‘new year, new you’ messages have been flooding our channels. We’re all for bringing new energy into our everyday lives, but what about in the business environment? Keeping the focus on you, we asked some of our best and brightest minds for their tips on how to refresh your personal brand… Read More