Monthly Archives: June 2011

Tweet Crossman has won a place on Tourism Australia’s prestigious public relations roster. Following a competitive pitch process undertaken in March, Tourism Australia selected 11 agencies to be on its PR panel, including Crossman Communications, Burson-Marsteller, Fleishman-Hillard, Ogilvy Public Relations Worldwide and Porter Novelli Australia, amongst others. The contract will run for three years and […]

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Tweet The workplace has become an incubator for infection with a Newspoll survey revealing that more than three-quarters of Australians go to work when suffering from a cold or the influenza virus. Commissioned by Kyolic Aged Garlic Extract™, the online survey of more than 1200 Australians aged 18-64, including nearly 800 workers, showed most usually […]

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Tweet Macadamia lovers across the nation are in for a treat. Tonnes of new season’s fare have dropped to the ground at hundreds of picturesque plantations in subtropical New South Wales and Queensland, with the industry boosting its workforce by up to 2000 as it sets about harvesting the creamy, buttery kernels. Production is up […]

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Tweet The industry body for Australian summer stonefruit growers, Summerfruit Australia, is poised to crack the massive Chinese market following the successful exportation of Australian table grapes in April.    Peaches, nectarines, plums and apricots are next on the list of local produce to be progressed for access into the market of 1.3 billion people […]

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Tweet After months of preparation, media outreach and events galore, Crossman has now wrapped up work on the Weet-Bix Kids TRYathlon series for another year. The 2011 Weet-Bix Kids TRYathlon in partnership with MBF featured nine events around Australia from January to May, starting in Canberra before travelling to the Central Coast, Sydney, Adelaide, Perth, […]

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