$12.5 million wetland plan for South Park Lands

A new $12.5 million wetland in Adelaide’s South Park Lands is set to be constructed as part of the Brown Hill Keswick Creek Stormwater Project.
Designed to mitigate flooding issues along Park Lands Creek and reduce the risk of flooding in residential areas downstream, the wetland will significantly improve the biodiversity of the area and provide new recreational facilities for park users, including a new butterfly garden, board walks, viewing platforms and picnic areas.
Public feedback is currently being sought on the proposed wetland design, with consultation to close on Friday 5 July. For more information click here

Hughes continues to provide communications support to the Brown Hill Keswick Creek Stormwater Project, including help to publicise its wetland plans to media, including The Advertiser.

Case study: AusSMC rebrand

The Australian Science Media Centre (AusSMC) worked with Hughes to refine its marketing and brand strategy earlier this year.
This led to Hughes working on a rebrand of the organisation to better promote the role it plays in enhancing the media’s coverage of science for the benefit of all Australians.
After developing the moniker "Evidence that informs the headlines", Hughes brought this to life through a series of distinctive brand assets that highlight the intersection between the science and the media.
By adopting a new colour palette, Hughes was able to reflect both the progressive nature of science, and demonstrate the diversity of AusSMC’s work.
Hughes then rolled out the branding by creating a new website and marketing collateral, which you can see here.

Hughes PR at Copper to the World

This month Hughes consultant Sam Hardy spoke at the Copper to the World conference in Adelaide. Sam discussed the current debate around ethical mining and how the Australian copper industry can communicate best practice to the global market.

To learn more about our work in energy and resources or to speak to the Hughes team click here.

Video: East End buyer testimonial

A reflection of the area’s creative diversity, the East End apartments are visually adorned with a rich assortment of materials and forms that blend innovation with the heritage and culture of the East End.

Since the inception of the East End apartment project, Hughes has assisted developer Wellstone Property with media activities, including managing a ground-breaking event to publicise the start of construction, which attracted extensive coverage across TV, radio, print and online. Hughes has also provided photography support and, more recently, produced this introduction to some of the happy buyers of East End. Watch video.

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