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7 December 2016 | 2:30 min read

We bring you the seventh edition of recommended reading from the SenateSHJ team in time for Christmas. Because we believe one should always have something interesting to read over the summer holiday. 

The Moonstone, Wilkie Collins

17 November 2016 | 3:30 min read

Top 14 out-takes from MayoInOz

Fresh from two days in Melbourne at the stimulating Mayo Clinic Healthcare and Social Media Summit in Australia, chaired by Julie McCrossin, journalist and patient advocate, I’m keen to share my impressions. 

16 November 2016 | 1:30 min read

31 October 2016 | 1 min read

Making great records was once the only thing that mattered to musicians and their fans, until the Internet came along, explains SenateSHJ’s Sam Prescott.

Metallica was the first great love of my life, but it’s a relationship that’s endured some very quiet years.

20 October 2016 | 1 min read

Oliver Ibbetson recently attended PRINZ and Internal Communicators Network forum on internal communications. He shares four of the key themes that emerged from the discussions.

19 October 2016 | 3 min read

The pharmaceutical industry is undergoing significant change, at structural, strategic, process and individual levels.

19 October 2016

Una hirundo non facit ver*

Labour may have been chirping in Parliament about its success at the local body elections – and all credit where it’s due – but there’s only one poll that matters, and that’s still about a year away.

17 October 2016 | 2 min read

8 September 2016 | 1 min read

Being purposefully vague is an oft-used political tactic.

A detail-light approach can be used to bide time, mask a disagreement or test public opinion, and it is often used to great effect by our elected leaders and candidates for political office.