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.
The capacity of communities to sustain life is greatly influenced by the decisions they make. By better understanding the consequences of human activity we can help maintain coastal communities and secure their natural resource for future generations
As part of its work to build a more profitable, sustainable and dynamic rural sector, the Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation (RIRDC) enlisted Currie Communications to launch its new farm diversity tool.
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.
With a gust of wind, the natural ventilation system of the Global Change Institute’s (GCI) new headquarters kicked in, breathing life into the opening of this inspirational ‘living building’ in August.
When Victoria’s Department of Primary Industries (DPI) sought to share its discoveries in research, development and innovation with farmers through a new publication, Currie was only too happy to help.
When you visit a nation’s capital you want ‘face-time’ with important people who hold a stake in the future of your organization. So, when the Global Change Institute at The University of Queensland went to Washington DC in 2011 they engaged Currie to arrange meetings with several influential thought-leaders and potential research partners.
A story about the Global Change Institute’s Food Security Summit that spoke to the nation’s hip pocket helped Currie achieve media coverage that reached a potential 90 per cent of Australians in September 2010.
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.