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Protests inevitable at Thatcher funeral

Following her death, many people have remarked that Margaret Thatcher genuinely loved the country that she served. Trouble was, she never really seemed to like the real flesh-and-blood people of Britain very much at all. And it will be those people, the ones who watched their lives and livelihoods crumble to dust under her reign, who will turn their backs on her funeral cortege as it rumbles through London beneath a silent Big Ben. Read more →


Not if, but when: the radical reflection and PR rethink waiting around the corner

As the mobile phone is replaced in its ubiquity by the wearable or implanted device, the question every public relations professional should be asking is this: how ready are you for the technology waiting around the corner and the change it will bring to your organisation? Read more →


What were they thinking? State Services Commission 'bans' tweeting at press conference

I thought it was a hoax when I first read the tweets from journalists at the State Services Commission press conference today - they had, apparently, been banned from tweeting. Then, later this afternoon, out came the story via the Herald and Newstalk ZB that this had, indeed, been the... Read more →