SAS Group News
Super Saturday a test for the Government and Opposition
Voters in five federal electorates are set to go to the polls on July 28 in what is being dubbed ‘Super Saturday’. The outcomes of the respective by-elections will also be a key litmus test for both the Prime Minister and the Opposition Leader ahead of the next election.
The importance of a communications strategy
By Mitchell Collier, Consultant - Media and Communications
On Tuesday evening prominent rugby league journalist James Hooper went on Fox Sports program NRL 360 and dropped a bombshell – that the Brisbane Broncos have held secret talks with Melbourne Storm coach Craig Bellamy to replace rugby league icon Wayne Bennett.
Key takeouts from the Banking Royal Commission
By the Hon. Bernie Ripoll
SAS Group Director
It would be fair to say that banking and financial advice in Australia as we know it will never be the same after the Hayne Royal Commission.
Budget in Reply Analysis
Opposition Leader Bill Shorten has drawn the battlelines for the next federal election following his budget in reply speech last night. Mr Shorten maintained the message he has been running throughout his time as leader – that he would make Australia a fairer and more equitable nation.
The importance of future-proofing your message
By Mitchell Collier
SAS Group Media and Communications Consultant
On September 14, 2015 Malcolm Turnbull strode into a press conference in a Parliament House courtyard and uttered the following line: “We have lost 30 Newspolls in a row, it is clear that the people have made up their mind about Mr Abbott’s leadership”. This was of course one of the benchmarks that Mr Turnbull outlined to justify toppling Tony Abbott as Prime Minister.
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