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The media puzzle

By Senior Consultant Jane Cook I hear much criticism these days of the tone of public debate and repeated calls for the standards of public discourse to be lifted. That when discussing an issue, we need to quit with the juvenile and personal comments and stick to the facts. Problem is, many people seem to…

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Cheating from the top

By Strategic Partner Tom O’Meara The fact that Australian cricketers premediated a disgraceful ball tampering scandal is bad enough, but the killer which has Australia mourning and the world outraged is that the decision was made and approved by the captain and vice-captain. Captain Steve Smith is ranked number one Test batsmen in the world and…

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March 2018 Cabinet reshuffle

The second term of the Hodgman Government sees Parliamentary Secretaries, Sarah Courtney and Roger Jaensch elevated to Cabinet. Sarah Courtney takes the Primary Industries and Water portfolio, along with Racing, while Roger Jaensch is now the Minister for Human Services, Housing and Planning. Deputy Premier Jeremy Rockcliff in losing Primary Industries, takes over Infrastructure from…

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Liberals’ emphatic win

By Managing Director Becher Townshend Well the election has been won and lost, or in this case it has been won and won, because to use a cliché Oppositions don’t win elections, Government’s lose, and with the second back-to-back majority win for a Liberal Government in Tasmania, Will Hodgman and his team have delivered. In the…

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Alter (social) egos and the demise of the world as we know it

By Senior Consultant Georgi Wicks What an extraordinarily strange and absurd digital world we’re living in. It’s fascinating, exciting if not a little bit daunting. If you stand back and just take it in, it becomes clear we are at a pivotal moment in our online world, in more ways than one. The way in…

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