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Gough Whitlam in front of crowd

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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Bob Dylan

Covering Dylan

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Some people saw Bob Dylan play in the 60s – I saw him a few months ago. He is 73, his hands shake, he’s small and played few of his hits. Yet I was mesmerised. Dylan is too old for his guitar so played the piano and harmonica. He didn’t…

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Food

Better food is what the world needs

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We’ve heard it before: In 2050, we’ll have 9 billion people to feed (Source: The Economist) One in eight people currently goes hungry (Source: United Nations World Food Program) And, around one-third of the food produced goes to waste (Source: United Nations Food and Agriculture Program) Yet while hunger is…

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Frog

Mind your language

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Here at Currie we use our blog to write about the stuff we like. Gabrielle recently wrote about the biggest storm ever as she headed back to the Philippines. Mark often writes about leadership, Fiona is our wordsmith and Susan our communicator. Katrina loves to talk green and Craig, anything about…

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Glasses on book

Beware the blitz of buzz words

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As sure as night follows day, this new year will herald a new set of nifty terms designed to: a. Make consultants sound smarter than they are; and b. Make clients spend more for something worth less. Remember these from 2012: “crowd sourcing”, “content marketing”, “shared value” and “socialising business”? So, in the infamous words…

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