Category Archives: spokesmen

Oh crumbs! ‘Cookie Monster’ gets the sack

This was just too good not to stick up here. News.com.au reports that: The former head of the Brotherhood of St Laurence in Australia has been sacked as chief executive of a Canadian health service after refusing to stop eating … Continue reading

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Collins and Co need a fresh approach

NZ Police and their Minister Judith Collins have now had a peek of the international press pack in action and they don’t like it. They won’t be able to change it, though. Unless of course they want to go the way of … Continue reading

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The eyes have it

Many organisations spend huge amounts of time, effort and PR budget generating relationships with key stakeholders. But it’s amazing how frequently the smallest details can undo years of effort. Take for example ‘the roving eye.’ You know what I mean. The … Continue reading

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