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Guide to easing back into work in 2020

Monday 13, January 2020

The sound of that first alarm jars you awake. We’ve all been there – the stages of grief set in … Continue reading →


The Grind that Stole Christmas

Wednesday 18, December 2019

In this hyperconnected work world, it’s unrealistic to assume that you’ll be able to fully disconnect during the holiday season. … Continue reading →


What’s the Difference Between News, Social and Web Media?

Thursday 12, December 2019

By communications intern, Lani Wreaks When it comes to Public Relations the term ‘media’ covers a lot of territory. It … Continue reading →


The other side of ‘storytelling’

Tuesday 19, November 2019

If you have spent any time with PR or communications professionals in the last few years, you’ll have heard them … Continue reading →


Shine in the media

Friday 15, November 2019

It’s been a busy media week for us at The Shine Collective- but instead of our clients it’s been our … Continue reading →


It’s not your fault you can’t write well (but you can do something about it)

Tuesday 5, November 2019

If you are a late Baby-Boomer, a Gen X, Y, Millennial or the demographic that is in education today, you … Continue reading →


Why you shouldn’t put out a press release about your exciting news

Monday 14, October 2019

In any sector, it’s a sign of healthy connection between you and your organisation when you’re enthusiastic about new developments … Continue reading →


Kia Kaha Te Reo Māori

Monday 9, September 2019

This week marks the 44th year of celebrating Te Wiki o te Reo Māori | Māori Language Week. As a … Continue reading →


When a crisis comes calling

Friday 23, August 2019

By Jacky James. In reference to the Stuff article – School emails show ‘crisis management’ plans as sex allegations come … Continue reading →


Spelling is Telling

Tuesday 20, August 2019

By Lisa Glass. When I worked in print/online media, the number one complaint from readers wasn’t about fairness and accuracy; … Continue reading →


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