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Change is a thing of the past

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Another form to sign. You pull out your pen and write out the date. 25th January. Wait… 25th? Where the hell did January go? The New Year came and went (a bit like your pay cheque) and now you’re wading waist-deep in 2017. Practically drowning at this point. It’s time…

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Our journey to do good

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Lessons from our sustainability journey Two of the many lessons you learn when working in the media and being raised on farms are.  Change is a constant in people’s lives. Often it’s not enough to be part of a conversation about change – you have to lead it; and The…

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Mastering the art of true storytelling

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What’s the vital ingredient in making a great story? Lately we’ve been helping our clients tell stories about scientists saving threatened native animals, schools using new techniques to teach maths and businesses wanting better mobile connectivity for farmers. According to the auditory-oriented Italian journalist and novelist Italo Calvino, a great…

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A plea to news networks

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“Killing me, killing me,” shouted my small niece in her sleep last week. She’s ten. She likes her American Girl doll, her pet bunny Lily and pretty much anything that sparkles. Her dream was about people putting hoods over her family and shooting them, then shooting her. She does not…

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Seizing moments of truth

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You know the moment. When a game, a debate, a customer, a boss is there to be won. We call these windows in time “moments of truth”. These are times to be brave. How often do we see someone fail to seize the moment? Why don’t they? Is it cowardice?…

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Whitlam’s forgotten legacy: a voice for the poor

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We republish an article from The Conversation written by ex-Currie staffer Fiona Davis from Australian Catholic University. Former prime minister Gough Whitlam, whose death at age 98 on Tuesday, left significant legacies from his short time in office. Whatever their condition today, many of his government’s initiatives, including free tertiary…

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