Katie Hodson-Thomas

Spin doctors offer digital remedy

Increasingly online-savvy customers have fuelled business and government demand for digital communications advice, which in turn has spurred public relations firms to increase their offering in this specialist area.

Ripper joins lobbyists

Another former high-profile politician has found employment in the business world.

Lobbyists change amid shifting political landscape

THE world of lobbying was turned upside down with the ousting of Alan Carpenter's Labor state government in September last year.


STATE opposition tourism spokeswoman Katie Hodson-Thomas sparked a fresh round of controversy about branding Western Australia last week when she suggested a change to the signage near the airport on

Tourism Council $500k threatens impartiality: Hodson-Thomas

The Tourism Council of Western Australia has welcomed a state government allocation of $500,000 over three years to fund National Tourism Accreditation Program certification, but the state opposition isn't so sure.