Ricky Bannister, Stacey Currie and Roald Dahl: social media wrap-up

Here are just a few of the gems you might've missed in social media this week…


  • A printer charged with stealing $151,000 from her firm
  • Ten posters inspired by Roald Dahl books
  • The Greens urging rivals to return donations from failed company Gunns
  • Possible job cuts at The Guardian's two print centres
  • The fact-based movie about a World War 1 trench newspaper

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Facebook fun

  • Foxtel program AFL 360 paying tribute to ex-Heidelberg man Ricky Bannister
  • The world's most honest political billboard
  • The Today show's report on Brand Print Australia boss Stacey Currie
  • Australia's strongest man struggling to open packaging
  • Bonus photos from Snap's awards night

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LinkedIn discussions

  • Is it easy to move from production into sales? And what about vice versa?
  • Can you see the value in registering with an online marketplace?

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Our top five stories this week were…

1) Print National caught in $23m insolvency

2) Top Aussie printers visit makeready gurus

3) Printer invests in new press and site

4) Andrew Price takes control of Paperlinx

5) Industry Insider: When installations go wrong

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