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RedPR strategically communicates what you want to "get out there". It might sound simple but these days, PR seems to have become overly complicated, unecessarily expensive and difficult for some clients to "relate to".

It shouldn't be like that and with RedPR, it isn't.

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Thursday, 6 May 2021
4:28PM
Kiwi Midwife Writes and Records Song with Her Band Midwife Pam Colbert has put her skills out for all to see on You Tube. 283 views

Thursday, 29 April 2021
2:57PM
Kiwi Wellbeing Expert Diagnosed with Chronic Illness and Burnout: "No-one is immune." A New Zealand wellbeing expert is unsurprised by Jarrod Harr’s research out of AUT around the effects of burnout and the need for a systemic approach to address the problem. 321 views

12:35PM
Earthquake Claim Win By Elderly ChCh Couple Soured By Insurer IAG Appealing Costs The family of an elderly couple has been left wondering how much longer their parents will have to wait to get their lives back after insurer IAG said they would be appealing a court decision. 463 views

Thursday, 22 April 2021
4:18PM
Homeowners Group Says Private Insurers Need To Step Up More than ten years after the Canterbury earthquakes which changed thousands of lives forever, a claimants group says insurers need to do better. 487 views

Tuesday, 6 April 2021
6:28PM
Welcome Boost Expected With Travel Bubble Opening “Just what we all need.” That from Peter and Susanne Wood who run Ski Time in Methven, after they heard the announcement from the Prime Minister today. 796 views

Thursday, 18 February 2021
10:52AM
Midwives Union Challenges Those Who Can Bring About Change To Step Up The significant shortage in the number of midwives in Capital and Coast DHB is having a severe impact on the midwives employed there. 207 views

Wednesday, 17 February 2021
3:27PM
Midwifery staffing at the Capital and Coast DHB The following can be attributed to the College of Midwives Chief Executive, Alison Eddy: The College continues to be concerned about the issues related to the significant midwifery staffing shortage at CCDHB. 205 views

Tuesday, 22 December 2020
2:32PM
A Year of Mahi and Milestones Despite the challenges presented by Covid-19 and lockdowns this year, one of the country’s leading social housing providers has achieved a number of significant milestones. 581 views

Friday, 27 November 2020
6:08PM
Social Housing Returns To The East Ōtautahi Community Housing Trust (ŌCHT ) is behind the newest addition to community housing in East Christchurch. 473 views

Monday, 2 November 2020
6:10PM
Group Hopes EQC's Partnership Will Improve Outcomes For Claimants The Claimants Reference Group (CRG) hopes a partnership with private insurers, announced today, will enable them to focus on better outcomes for Claimants, however is sounding a warning. 758 views

Sunday, 1 November 2020
9:01AM
Homeowner High Court Insurance Win a Decade After Canterbury September Earthquake “Numb.” That’s how the family of an elderly couple have described feeling after a decision handed down by the High Court in Christchurch on Friday.  The case has been described as a “test case” by IAG, as it is the first case to determine whether IAG has liability for defective work done by builders under IAG’s managed repair scheme. 1649 views

Monday, 19 October 2020
11:13AM
MERAS celebrates election of midwife and union activist to Parliament Sarah Pallett, newly elected MP in the Christchurch seat of Ilam, is the only current midwife in Parliament and brings the total number of union MPs in the Labour Caucus to 15. 856 views

Tuesday, 29 September 2020
7:58AM
Homeowners Group Suggests Claimants "Hit Pause" Following Dodds Decision 1344 views

Monday, 7 September 2020
6:06PM
Appeal Court Upholds Original Decision Against Southern Response The Court of Appeal has today released its decision in the Southern Response Double DRA case and found in favour of homeowners Karl and Alison Dodds. 845 views

Monday, 31 August 2020
8:19PM
EQC's Renewed Commitment to Claimants – Key Issues Missed The Claimants Reference Group (CRG) is pleased to see a renewed focus on the claimant as the Government announces its response to the Dame Silvia Cartwright inquiry however says key points have been missed. 669 views

Sunday, 30 August 2020
8:19PM
Changes To On Sold Policy Good News For Claimants The EQC Minister has signed off changes to the On Sold Ex-Gratia policy related to earthquake damaged homes in Canterbury. 718 views

8:19PM
Changes To On Sold Policy Good News For Claimants The EQC Minister has signed off changes to the On Sold Ex-Gratia policy related to earthquake damaged homes in Canterbury. 503 views

Friday, 14 August 2020
11:44AM
Claimants Group Encourages Homeowners To Register On Sold Properties This week EQC has started contacting more than 40,000 homeowners, and the EQC Claimants Reference Group (CRG) is strongly recommending qualifying homeowners register with the On Sold (Over-Cap) programme as soon as possible. 1240 views

Tuesday, 11 August 2020
11:20AM
For One Night Only – 70 Of Christchurch's Most Talented Performers Are Back with 'He Says She Says' For the third consecutive year, Blackboard Theatre Collective (BTC) is bringing He Says, She Says back to Christchurch audiences. 3114 views

Friday, 7 August 2020
10:59AM
Heat Pumps Installed in All OCHT Homes – Curtain Programme Extended Programme To Be Completed More Than Two Years Ahead of Legislative Requirement “It’s made a massive difference like you wouldn’t believe.” That from one of the Ōtautahi Community Housing Trust (ŌCHT) Tenants after the last of more than 2000 heat pumps were installed on Friday (31 July). 782 views

Friday, 26 June 2020
11:56AM
Claimants Reference Group Pleased On Sold Extension Approved CRG Encourages Homeowners To Register “to be safe”. 891 views

Sunday, 14 June 2020
4:28PM
Reimbursement For Specific Covid-19 Costs Incurred By Midwives The New Zealand College of Midwives is pleased that the Government has today announced funds for community-based midwives, to assist with COVID-19 related costs. 780 views

Thursday, 4 June 2020
7:40PM
EQC Privacy Breach Email to Claimants Too Slow Ten days is too long. 974 views

Thursday, 14 May 2020
4:56PM
College Perplexed by Delay in Budget Announcement For Maternity Services The following can be attributed to Alison Eddy, Chief Executive of the College of Midwives: The College became aware only an hour and a half before the budget being announced that maternity would not be addressed by the Minister today. 488 views

Tuesday, 12 May 2020
5:56PM
Midwives' Union Praises Budget Announcement But Says More Is Needed Government announcements today have been applauded by MERAS, the midwives’ union however co-leader, Jill Ovens, is urging politicians not to stop there. 543 views

Sunday, 10 May 2020
3:17PM
Women Financially Harder Hit by Covid-19 A financial advisor is warning that women will be worse off than men in the new current and post Covid-19 environment. 973 views

Tuesday, 5 May 2020
10:49AM
College of Midwives Praises "vital workforce" ‘“Absolutely vital”. 710 views

Sunday, 29 March 2020
5:00PM
Hospital Midwives Unconvinced About Risk From Asymptomatic Transmission Ministry of Health guidelines released on Friday are causing considerable anxiety and stress for hospital midwives who feel they are putting themselves, the women they care for, and their families at unnecessary risk. 558 views

4:57PM
Hospital Midwives Unconvinced About Risk From Asymptomatic Transmission Ministry of Health guidelines released on Friday are causing considerable anxiety and stress for hospital midwives who feel they are putting themselves, the women they care for, and their families at unnecessary risk. 498 views

4:53PM
PPE Measures and Advice For Midwives Needs Urgent Review and Action The New Zealand College of Midwives is calling on the Ministry of Health to urgently review its recommendations around the use of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for midwives. 616 views



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