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The latest news from Hughes PR, Adelaide - an experienced team of successful communications professionals. September 2012
Welcome to the September edition of Hughes News.

Australia’s largest green star rated industrial building

Our client Hansen Yuncken has completed building Australia’s largest Green Star rated industrial building at Huntingwood in Sydney’s western suburbs on behalf of Goodman.

The $82 million Metcash Mega Distribution Centre in the Bungarribee Industrial Estate has been certified 4 Star Green Star against the Design Industrial Tool Rating, making it the largest industrial project to receive the rating in Australia.  It is also the first refrigerated warehouse to achieve an Industrial Green Star rating.

Two other recently completed projects, a Goodyear Tyres Centre and Ingram Micro Distribution Centre have also been awarded a 4 Star Green Star Design Industrial V1 rating.  Both are located at nearby Eastern Creek.



Hansen Yuncken NSW & ACT Manager, Adam Towner, said all three projects demonstrated the company’s ability to complete sustainable buildings on a large industrial scale.

The Metcash Mega Distribution Centre breaks new ground in demonstrating that large scale industrial complexes can meet stringent sustainability criteria such as energy and water efficiency, indoor environmental quality and resource conservation. Learn more.

New HPR web site launched!

We have launched our new Hughes Public Relations web site.

Visit our site and learn more about our consultants, services, case studies and the latest news and events from HPR and our clients.

Thanks to Isaac and the team at Triple Zero for their wonderful work.

We would love to hear your feedback.

NT community welcomes The Heights, Durack

Homebuyers and the local Darwin community were treated to a special open day last Sunday to welcome The Heights, Durack.

The $450 million joint project between our client CIC Australia and the Larrakia Development Corporation is shaping up to be one of the Territory’s premier residential developments.

The free public event, held on the lawns of Charles Darwin University's Palmerston Campus, featured selected builders who were on hand to answer questions, while live music, children’s amusements and Territory FM’s outside broadcast from the event kept visitors entertained throughout the day.

For more information visit www.theheightsdurack.com.au

Principal exchange a success

Scotch College’s first principal exchange has been featured on Channel 7’s Weekend Sunrise.

The story followed Scotch College Principal Tim Oughton to Scotland and Robert Gordon's College Principal Hugh Ouston to Adelaide as they spend three months managing the day-to-day operations of their adopted schools.

Believed to be a first for Australian schools, the exchange is providing opportunities for the Principals to review leadership structures and refresh the educational blueprint of their respective Colleges whilst learning about another culture. Watch it here.

Population Health in a changing world

In September, Adelaide played host to over 1300 delegates for the 2012 Population Health Congress held at the Adelaide Convention Centre.

Hughes Public Relations worked closely with conference organisers and delegates to maximise media coverage of the key research outcomes presented at the conference.

This included widespread coverage across ABC Radio, the Advertiser, Channel 9, Radio National and a piece in the Sydney Morning Herald by keynote speaker Richard Horton, editor-in-chief of The Lancet, about drug use and society. Read article.

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