Empowering positive change in coastal villages

As the leader of the promoting behaviour change team in the Capturing Coral Reef and Related Ecosystem Services (CCRES) project, Currie advises two groups of social scientists.

When stakeholder engagement is essential

When Southern Rural Water (SRW) needed independent support to develop and deliver a robust stakeholder engagement process, Currie Communication was keen to be involved.

Delivering the sustainability message to a new generation

As an essential element for creating behaviour change, effective communication is a solution if you're looking to improve your sustainability practices.

Strengthening Australia’s learning culture

Strengthening Australia’s current learning culture is no easy feat but that’s just what the Australian Learning Lecture (ALL) has set out to do.

Sparking awareness of fire safety

Every year there are more than 1000 house fires across Victoria during the winter months.

Pedestrian safety at high risk times

Each year about 50 pedestrians are killed on Victoria’s roads and more than 600 are injured. About a quarter of the incidents occur at night in Melbourne’s inner city areas that are well known for their bars and nightlife.

Message sent versus message received

Whether talking with a colleague, presenting to a group or doing a media interview, making sure you are heard is the key to persuasive communication.

Playing it safe with kids on public transport

Metlink (now Public Transport Victoria) created the ‘Travelling with children on public transport’ public awareness safety campaign to reminding parents and carers how to play it safe on public transport.

State’s best regional journalists recognised

Currie oversaw another great Rural Press Club of Victoria awards night in August, chalking up over 350 entries.

Safety first for car imports

A safe motor vehicle fleet is high priority for all Australians, and we are lucky enough to have some of the highest safety standards in the world.

Rising to the operatic challenge

It may have been Currie’s ninth year promoting Australia Post’s sponsorship of Oz Opera’s regional tour, but we were taking nothing for granted when the tour bus set out for Queensland, the Northern Territory and Western Australia in July 2011.

Legendary results – eight years running

A highly co-ordinated, strategic campaign boosted media coverage for Australia Post’s Australian Legends announcement again in 2012.

Local angles increase coverage

A local grassroots media campaign helped Currie achieve a 20 per cent increase in media clips for Australia Post Kids Teaching Kids Week in 2011.

Eight new reasons to visit Melbourne’s Docklands

Public art is often difficult to get right but MAB’s latest offering for NewQuay Promenade at Docklands on Melbourne’s city waterfront has a special quality that is universally-appealing.

Quirky transport campaigns that cut through

Currie helped Metlink (now called Public Transport Victoria) in the development of a number of quirky campaigns from 2009 to 2011.

Taking a media perspective

The media’s appetite for stories about internet shopping and 24/7 convenience was apparent in three campaigns undertaken for Australia Post over the past two years.