Pick Your Battles

The three steps to engaging the right people, the right way

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Green is so on trend

From a stakeholder engagement point of view, the public is captive.

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Federal Budget Wrap Up 2017

Last night's Federal Budget promises fairness, security and opportunity. We look at the highlights for WA business and key changes that could have a small - or big - impact in the years ahead.

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The New WA Cabinet

Find out who Mark McGowan has named in his new WA State Cabinet.

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A Short History Of Political Party Branding – Liberals

In the lead up to the federal election, Director Jamie Wilkinson looked at how the Liberals have branded themselves over the last 50 years.

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A Short History Of Political Party Branding - ALP

In the first of an occasional series, Director Jamie Wilkinson examines how Australian political branding has changed over the last five decades.

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9 Key Things About WA's State Budget

The WA State Budget came inconveniently slap in the middle of a tough Federal election battle. Our Government Relations team takes a look at the headline figures.

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Government Asset Sales

At a recent breakfast event, Government’s Executive Director, Strategic Projects & Asset Sales, Richard Mann provided an update on the status of current sale projects in WA.

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Social Matters

How social media is changing the face of government communications.

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Maintaining Relations in an Election Period

With the Canning by-election in full swing, our thoughts are drawn to the fact that in W.A. we will soon enough be facing two elections only a matter of months apart.

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How to Engage with Government

Speaking to the Government (and the Opposition) should be part of any business’ communications plan. Here's how to start the conversation.

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What Price Good Advice?

"Price is what you pay. Value is what you get." It is worth reflecting on what is being forsaken when we dispense with good advice in favour of the cheaper options.

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Saving The Golden Egg: GRRG

The campaign by Gold Royalty Response Group (GRRG) shows that groups can influence public policy decisions and protect the sustainability of their industry.

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Round the Cape, South Africa

In this article Andrew Rowell discusses key movements and trends relating to the Mining Indaba conference in Cape Town, South Africa.

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Opposition is not a dirty word

Ask any MP who has been around for a while and they will tell you that Opposition is a lonely place.

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