PRINZ wishes to let members know the sad news of the death of Bruce Rogers, FPRINZ, from cancer at 69 years old.
The Public Relations Institute of New Zealand (PRINZ) has opened its annual awards today, encouraging members to enter and showcase their best work across 12 categories.
It was with great sadness that PRINZ marks the sudden death last week of senior Christchurch PR practitioner and stalwart of the Institute, John Wendelken.
Would you like to win a ticket to the 2015 PRINZ Conference in Wellington next May?
We all know of professions that require members to undertake mandatory
continuing professional development (CPD). While it is not compulsory
within public relations, as professionals we must demonstrate CPD and
learning. In short, best practice is up-to-date practice.
PRINZ President Bruce Fraser has taken issue with NBR reporter Calida Smylie's view that NBR subscribers don't believe public relations professionals are simply balancing out media and public commentary on contentious issues.
PRINZ President Bruce Fraser talks about press conferences in the wake of Roger Sutton leaving Cera.
Last month's issue of North & South featured an editorial titled "Spinning Out", PRINZ's response to this is below.
Media Arts Public Relations students created campaigns for not-for-profit organisations, and pitched these to a panel of industry judges, clients, and family on Thursday night, 19 June, 2014.
On Friday 8 August, Telecom changes its name to Spark New Zealand.
Leading up to this significant change, we'd love you to join us for an informal get together hosted by General Manager Home, Mobile and Business, Jason Paris and General Manager Corporate Relations, Andrew Pirie.
The University of Canterbury has reigned supreme in its campaign to reinvent itself after the 2011 Christchurch earthquakes, taking home the coveted supreme honour at the 40th annual PRINZ Awards.
Continuing to move PRINZ in a modern and professional direction will be the hallmark of incoming president Bruce Fraser's tenure.
The 2013 Annual Review and 2014 - 2017 Strategic Plan were presented to PRINZ members at the National AGM in Auckland on Wednesday 28 May 2014.
The Public Relations Institute of New Zealand (PRINZ) has recognised excellence in the fields of public relations and communications, with the induction of four new Fellows.
The Public Relations Institute of New Zealand (PRINZ) announces 20 finalists in its 40th annual industry Awards.
The 2014 PRINZ Conference, known as PRConf14 has a great line up of speakers and lots of opportunity for delegates to 'Experience, Engage and Evolve'.
The Public Relations Institute of New Zealand (PRINZ) has opened its annual awards on Valentine's Day - encouraging entrants to share the love and enter their best work from the past 15 months.
It is with deep regret that PRINZ notes the passing of Life Member,Fellow and former President Joseph Peart, on Friday 7 February 2014.
From today Getty Images is the 2014 Official Photographer for the Public Relations Institute of New Zealand (PRINZ).
Your 5 December editorial notes an explosion of public relations people in the public sector and suggests real journalism is being swamped by their presence.
Eighteen public relations practitioners have gained accreditation (APR) after successful completion of the Public Relations Institute of New Zealands (PRINZ) 2013 accreditation programme.
PRINZ 2013 Communicator of the Year Tony Kokshoorn, mayor of Grey District Council makes it three years running that a South Islander has received the title.
The PRINZ Supreme Award has been won by Peter Parussini and the ANZ Corporate Affairs Team for its ANZs New Zealand Simplification Project.
The Public Relations Institute of New Zealand will award a Life membership to Murray McKinnon (pictured right) at its annual awards event on Thursday 30 May.
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