In the wake of Hager’s selective and subjective exposures in his Dirty Politics book there has been a good deal broadcast and printed about how, as Kiwis, we are losing, or have lost our moral compass. I have been interested to read a feature…

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As communication professionals we often loosely talk about our work in crisis management when we mean risk management/reputation management.  I was pleased therefore to be among those who enjoyed a presentation on Risk Management by Dr Andrew Powell…

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With the approach of the General Election, the Auckland housing market fell into a ‘wait and see’ mode in August, with the number of sales in the month falling by 7.5 percent to 909 and the average selling price falling by 1.1 percent…

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Hopefully in the next few hours the fate of MH370 will be known, particularly for the sake of the families. Everyone is agreed. Malaysian Airlines is a sound airline with an excellent record, until now. Some experts also agree that the airline will…

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The media, as the gate-keepers of the public interest, may be shutting the door on us as voters as a result of hacked emails.   It is acknowledged that the media protects the confidentiality of its sources, and reporters have been prepared to…

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