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Conquering the e-urge

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I can do this.  I can conquer this addiction. I know it’s for the best. But my e-dealers – PC, iPad, iPhone – keep tempting me.  Their beeps and buzzes whisper seductively, “check us, check us, you might have missed something really important.” Emails. Tweets. Facebook messages. Texts. Linking In….

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Gold on the global stage

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Currie won two gold awards at the 2012 Public Relations Global Network Best Practice Awards in Germany. Currie’s work with Australia Post on the Kids Teaching Kids campaign won both the Corporate Communications and Event Communications categories of the international competition. Currie consultants (pictured L to R) Katrina Walter, Fiona Davis and…

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Where’s your community?

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After a decade or so overlooking Albert Park lake, Currie’s offices are now perched above the hustle and bustle of the corner of Little Bourke and Queen Streets. While the view may not have the spectacular natural appeal of our old address, for many of us the move to the…

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Rupert Murdoch

Eat humble pie, Rupert – yeah, right

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I don’t normally like watching people getting picked on, yet I enjoyed every squirm of the Murdoch moguls in their testimony at the parliamentary inquiry about their involvement in the protracted phone hacking that occurred at their newspaper, News of the World. They were prepared, for sure. They had they hired…

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