You’d have to be living under a rock if you haven’t heard the term “clean eating” being bandied around by diet advocates and eager adopters. But what does it mean?  There is no official definition.  Depending…

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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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Is the hospitality industry’s eNewsletter, HospoNews correct, and, if so, is this something that should worry us? Last month the WHO organisation released its global status report on alcohol and health.  The report showed we (Kiwis), are…

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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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Media Relations

As a team consisting of media experts, writers,…

In celebration of World Ocean’s Day this Sunday, Sealord is using a New Zealand first virtual experience at Downtown Shopping Centre today to showcase their leadership in sustainable fishing. Auckland commuters will find themselves swimming…

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Nicky Hager now attacks the public relations industry.  He asserts: the PR industry has not been honest about a good half of what they do – that is, their activity aimed at suppressing other people’s freedom of speech when it’s…

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Digital & Social Media

Got a few wires crossed and need some help…