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Bougainville Good News Story: A bridge to an education- mekim na save at its best.

Mekim na Save at its BEST-From Camillus Kabui

This foot bridge was built by youths from my village (Onove)  recently at the Panguna  tailings.

It now crosses the Jaba River that when flooded cut of access to approx. 171 more words

Government Of Bougainville

Inside Mastery: Meet Rachel Custer

From internal to external communications efforts, each element is key to building and publicizing the message of any organization. Mastery’s Communications Coordinator, Rachel Custer understands the importance of this role. 30 more words

Inside Mastery

Lots to do for Thanksgiving but all I want to do is...

As I was driving home from work and getting myself in the mood to cook some things for Thanksgiving, I ran right into traffic. I hate traffic because it forces me to think – the last thing I wanted to do. 304 more words

Opportunities to increase public confidence in charities #matteroftrust

I’ve been following reaction to the recent publication of data by National Philanthropy Capital (NPC) and IPSOS Mori on public perceptions of and trust in charities. 439 more words

Creative Partners: Priceless

One of the things I could never have anticipated when getting into the business as a young copywriter, was the reward of collaborating with my art director partners. 179 more words

Advertising

NWT Protected Areas Strategy 2013 - 2014 Annual Report

The Northwest Territories Protected Areas Strategy

The NWT Protected Areas Strategy (PAS) outlines a community-based process to establish a network of protected areas across the NWT. 159 more words

Politics

Reactive Communications

Communications — aka, that fuzzy line between PR and marketing — tends to come in one of two flavors: proactive and reactive.

Ideally, you’re communicating proactively most of the time. 867 more words

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