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Daily Echo
PHOTOS: Hampshire's bravest police officers are honoured at ceremonyand PC Amy Oliver Police Officer Long Service and Good Conduct Medals 1996: S
Daily Echo / Posted 5 hours ago
and PC Amy Oliver Police Officer Long Service and Good Conduct Medals 1996: Sgt Joanne Nelson PC Caroline Burton DC Peter Miller DC Salena Wynn DS Francis Nelson Sgt Mark Furse Special Constable Anthony Saunders Volunteer Long Service... Read more
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Daily Echo
PHOTOS: Hampshire's bravest police officers are honoured at ceremonyand PC Amy Oliver Police Officer Long Service and Good Conduct Medals 1996: S
Daily Echo / Posted 22 hours ago
and PC Amy Oliver Police Officer Long Service and Good Conduct Medals 1996: Sgt Joanne Nelson PC Caroline Burton DC Peter Miller DC Salena Wynn DS Francis Nelson Sgt Mark Furse Special Constable Anthony Saunders Volunteer Long Service... Read more
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metro
Postal vote for gay marriage has unfortunate barcodeof letters and numbers in order to generate highly secure barcodes.’ Naturally
metro / Posted 5 days ago
of letters and numbers in order to generate highly secure barcodes.’ Naturally it’s caused great amusement with Peter Miller writing ‘Randomness is sometimes pretty awesome’. Another pointed out that it would have been ‘far more... Read more
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Business Wire
Optinose Announces FDA Approval of XHANCE™ (fluticasone propionate) Nasal Spray for the Treatment of Nasal Polypsthe lives of millions of patients who are searching for new treatment options,”
Business Wire / Posted 7 days ago
the lives of millions of patients who are searching for new treatment options,” said Optinose chief executive officer Peter Miller. “The approval of XHANCE is a significant milestone on our journey towards creating a leading ENT / Allergy... Read more
18d
B&T
Winners Revealed For 2017 PANPA Advertising & Marketing Awardsthe Art Gallery of NSW in Sydney in conjunction with the INFORM News Media Summ
B&T / Posted 18 days ago
the Art Gallery of NSW in Sydney in conjunction with the INFORM News Media Summit, held on Wednesday. NewsMediaWorks CEO Peter Miller said: “I would like to congratulate all the Advertising & Marketing Awards winners for 2017 and acknowledge the... Read more
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18d
Mumbrella
Winners announced for 2017 PANPA Advertising & Marketing Awardsis reshaping how the news media industry markets itself to readers, advertisers
Mumbrella / Posted 18 days ago
is reshaping how the news media industry markets itself to readers, advertisers and media agencies,” NewsMediaWorks CEO, Peter Miller, said. “In a very competitive field, the number and quality of entries demonstrated why our region is one of... Read more
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19d
Mumbrella
The Australian wins Newspaper of the Year award with Fairfax's AFR taking digital site prizeyear’s Hegarty Scholarship went to Emily Sweet, from Fairfax’s Australian Commu
Mumbrella / Posted 19 days ago
year’s Hegarty Scholarship went to Emily Sweet, from Fairfax’s Australian Community Media. NewsMediaWorks’ new CEO, Peter Miller, congratulated the winners: “I would like to congratulate all this year’s Newspaper of the Year award winners... Read more
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19d
Mumbrella
EMMA is the 'oracle' for advertising spend, says NewsMediaWorks' Peter MillerPeter Miller, NewsMediaWork’s new CEO, has said readership metric EMMA (Enhance
Mumbrella / Posted 19 days ago
Peter Miller, NewsMediaWork’s new CEO, has said readership metric EMMA (Enhanced Media Metrics Australia), is the “oracle” for what advertisers should be doing with their ad spend. Speaking with Mumbrella following his appointment to the not for... Read more
19d
B&T
News Corp's The Australian Stars At Newspaper Of The Year AwardsPANPAs are the region’s pre-eminent awards in the news media industry and this
B&T / Posted 19 days ago
PANPAs are the region’s pre-eminent awards in the news media industry and this year was no exception,” NewsMediaWorks CEO, Peter Miller, said. The awards, sponsored by Norske Skog, were open to national, metropolitan, regional, rural and community... Read more
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21d
Canberra Times
Study sparks call to change alcohol warning systemdrinks do little to change the behaviour of younger drinkers, an Australian stu
Canberra Times / Posted 21 days ago
drinks do little to change the behaviour of younger drinkers, an Australian study has found. Deakin University's Professor Peter Miller, who carried out the study, said the findings made it clear the current, optional warning system, overseen by... Read more
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21d
The Young Witness
Study: Alcohol labelling branded ineffectivedrinks do little to change the behaviour of younger drinkers, an Australian stu
The Young Witness / Posted 21 days ago
drinks do little to change the behaviour of younger drinkers, an Australian study has found. Deakin University's Professor Peter Miller, who carried out the study, said the findings made it clear the current, optional warning system, overseen by... Read more
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21d
Mumbrella
Consumers trust ads and content in newspapers more than other media channels, new study suggestsjudged by the company they keep and, on the evidence, news media is far and awa
Mumbrella / Posted 21 days ago
judged by the company they keep and, on the evidence, news media is far and away the most trusted,” NewsMediaWorks CEO Peter Miller said. “We have long known that the quality journalism news media delivers is valued and trusted by its... Read more
22d
Western Advocate
Study: Alcohol labelling branded ineffectivedrinks do little to change the behaviour of younger drinkers, an Australian stu
Western Advocate / Posted 22 days ago
drinks do little to change the behaviour of younger drinkers, an Australian study has found. Deakin University's Professor Peter Miller, who carried out the study, said the findings made it clear the current, optional warning system, overseen by... Read more
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22d
Kiama Independent
Study: Alcohol labelling branded ineffectivedrinks do little to change the behaviour of younger drinkers, an Australian stu
Kiama Independent / Posted 22 days ago
drinks do little to change the behaviour of younger drinkers, an Australian study has found. Deakin University's Professor Peter Miller, who carried out the study, said the findings made it clear the current, optional warning system, overseen by... Read more
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22d
Manning River Times
Study: Alcohol labelling branded ineffectivedrinks do little to change the behaviour of younger drinkers, an Australian stu
Manning River Times / Posted 22 days ago
drinks do little to change the behaviour of younger drinkers, an Australian study has found. Deakin University's Professor Peter Miller, who carried out the study, said the findings made it clear the current, optional warning system, overseen by... Read more
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22d
Goondiwindi Argus
Study: Alcohol labelling branded ineffectivedrinks do little to change the behaviour of younger drinkers, an Australian stu
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 22 days ago
drinks do little to change the behaviour of younger drinkers, an Australian study has found. Deakin University's Professor Peter Miller, who carried out the study, said the findings made it clear the current, optional warning system, overseen by... Read more
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22d
The North West Star
Study: Alcohol labelling branded ineffectivedrinks do little to change the behaviour of younger drinkers, an Australian stu
The North West Star / Posted 22 days ago
drinks do little to change the behaviour of younger drinkers, an Australian study has found. Deakin University's Professor Peter Miller, who carried out the study, said the findings made it clear the current, optional warning system, overseen by... Read more
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22d
Daily Liberal
Study: Alcohol labelling branded ineffectivedrinks do little to change the behaviour of younger drinkers, an Australian stu
Daily Liberal / Posted 22 days ago
drinks do little to change the behaviour of younger drinkers, an Australian study has found. Deakin University's Professor Peter Miller, who carried out the study, said the findings made it clear the current, optional warning system, overseen by... Read more
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22d
The Border Mail
Study: Alcohol labelling branded ineffectivedrinks do little to change the behaviour of younger drinkers, an Australian stu
The Border Mail / Posted 22 days ago
drinks do little to change the behaviour of younger drinkers, an Australian study has found. Deakin University's Professor Peter Miller, who carried out the study, said the findings made it clear the current, optional warning system, overseen by... Read more
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22d
Illawarra Mercury
Study: Alcohol labelling branded ineffectivedrinks do little to change the behaviour of younger drinkers, an Australian stu
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 22 days ago
drinks do little to change the behaviour of younger drinkers, an Australian study has found. Deakin University's Professor Peter Miller, who carried out the study, said the findings made it clear the current, optional warning system, overseen by... Read more
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22d
The Courier
Study: Alcohol labelling branded ineffectivedrinks do little to change the behaviour of younger drinkers, an Australian stu
The Courier / Posted 22 days ago
drinks do little to change the behaviour of younger drinkers, an Australian study has found. Deakin University's Professor Peter Miller, who carried out the study, said the findings made it clear the current, optional warning system, overseen by... Read more
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22d
Northern Daily Leader
Study: Alcohol labelling branded ineffectivedrinks do little to change the behaviour of younger drinkers, an Australian stu
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 22 days ago
drinks do little to change the behaviour of younger drinkers, an Australian study has found. Deakin University's Professor Peter Miller, who carried out the study, said the findings made it clear the current, optional warning system, overseen by... Read more
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22d
B&T
Newspapers The Most Trusted Media Channel For Ads, Social Media The Leastamong marketers further to determine the importance of trust in media content a
B&T / Posted 22 days ago
among marketers further to determine the importance of trust in media content and ads for consumers,” NewsMediaWorks CEO Peter Miller said. “This study proves that brands are indeed judged by the company they keep and, on the evidence, news... Read more
22d
The Age
Study sparks call to change alcohol warning systemdrinks do little to change the behaviour of younger drinkers, an Australian stu
The Age / Posted 22 days ago
drinks do little to change the behaviour of younger drinkers, an Australian study has found. Deakin University's Professor Peter Miller, who carried out the study, said the findings made it clear the current, optional warning system, overseen by... Read more
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22d
Sydney Morning Herald
Study sparks call to change alcohol warning systemdrinks do little to change the behaviour of younger drinkers, an Australian stu
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 22 days ago
drinks do little to change the behaviour of younger drinkers, an Australian study has found. Deakin University's Professor Peter Miller, who carried out the study, said the findings made it clear the current, optional warning system, overseen by... Read more
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22d
Kiama Independent
Study: Alcohol labelling branded ineffective Study sparks call to change alcohol warning system young consumersdrinks do little to change the behaviour of younger drinkers, an Australian stu
Kiama Independent / Posted 22 days ago
drinks do little to change the behaviour of younger drinkers, an Australian study has found. Deakin University's Professor Peter Miller, who carried out the study, said the findings made it clear the current, optional warning system, overseen by... Read more
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22d
Manning River Times
Study: Alcohol labelling branded ineffective Study sparks call to change alcohol warning system young consumersdrinks do little to change the behaviour of younger drinkers, an Australian stu
Manning River Times / Posted 22 days ago
drinks do little to change the behaviour of younger drinkers, an Australian study has found. Deakin University's Professor Peter Miller, who carried out the study, said the findings made it clear the current, optional warning system, overseen by... Read more
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22d
Goondiwindi Argus
Study: Alcohol labelling branded ineffective Study sparks call to change alcohol warning system young consumersdrinks do little to change the behaviour of younger drinkers, an Australian stu
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 22 days ago
drinks do little to change the behaviour of younger drinkers, an Australian study has found. Deakin University's Professor Peter Miller, who carried out the study, said the findings made it clear the current, optional warning system, overseen by... Read more
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