Auckland-based public relations consultancy and PRINZ member Wright Communications is celebrating a decade in business.
Waikato University Professor and PRINZ member David McKie is striving to liberate and reform the field of public relations (PR). He is continually leading and changing the way public relations practitioners, scholars and professional organisations are perceiving the practice, but it hasn’t been an easy journey.
Retiring Deputy Mayor and PRINZ Life Member Gordon Chesterman has been awarded Hamilton’s highest civic honour for his contribution to the city for nearly 40 years.
Cisco has appointed thrive pr + communications to manage its public relations efforts across Australia and New Zealand.
The University of Waikato’s Management Communication department has cemented its leading position as the only school in Australasia certified by the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) – a global organisation that sets the gold standard for excellence in public relations education.
Corporate communications and stakeholder engagement firm, One Plus One Group, today announced the appointment of Mike Hutcheson to the newly created role of Non-Executive Chairman.
In recent months the Global Alliance for Public Relations and Communication Management Board has been ticking off a number of major projects.
A new media training book and accompanying online course have been produced by Pete Burdon from Media Training NZ.
SCANZ welcome submissions that demonstrate science communication as a practice and/or theory relevant to this year's themes: Connecting science and society.
The Global Alliance is presents the first ever Global Communications Report.
PRINZ members have been announced in the Global Alliance for Public Relations and Communication Management (GA) 2016 COMM PRIX Awards in the category PR Programs.
Ogilvy PR Australia has signed an affiliate agreement with specialist public relations firm, Cadence Communications, in New Zealand to create its first Trans-Tasman network.
Congratulations to PRINZ member HMC Communications for being a finalist in the 2016 Global Alliance COMM PRIX Awards with their 2015 PRINZ Awards winning campaign 'Buddy Day - it takes a community to raise a child'.
The new Health and Safety at Work Act and key supporting regulations will come into effect on 4 April 2016.
The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment’s (MBIE) is establishing Panels of Providers through an All-of-Government (AoG) solution.
Waikato journalist Chris Gardner has joined Hamilton public relations consultancy HMC Communications.
The Management Communications Students’ Association (MCSA) is working alongside the Public Relations Institute of New Zealand (PRINZ) to connect young and innovative undergraduates with the communications professionals.
Auckland-based communications agency Anthem has made three new appointments to bolster its digital and account management teams.
Brands looking to bridge emotion and fact will start turning to Virtual Reality, says Hotwire in its 2016 Communications Trends Report.
AUT student, part-time skateboarder and qualified barista Tessa Donovan has been named the SenateSHJ Prize Intern for 2015.
SweeneyVesty has scooped the Grand Prize for media relations campaign of the year, capping a stunning 2015 for the public relations firm, which has also won gold, four silver and bronze trophies in international competition, including a Silver Cannes Lion.
SenateSHJ has been named the 2015 Asia-Pacific Corporate and Public Affairs Consultancy of the Year by The Holmes Report – the international authority on communications consultancies.