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Travellers are engaging with Samsonite’s new Virtual Reality (VR) game set in Paris while relaxing in the Sydney Qantas Club Lounge, as part of an...
oOh!media’s human resources team was recognised today by Human Resources Director (HRD) Magazine’s as one of Australia’s most Innovative HR Teams for 2017. The team...
Data collected from CommBank customers is being broadcast across oOh!media’s national portfolio in an Australian first for Out Of Home (OOH) advertising. Answers to a...
In an Australian first, a collaboration between the Australian Traffic Network (ATN) and oOh!media will see simultaneous messages delivered to commuters via Out Of Home...
ANZ’s latest campaign updates motorists every time a new business starts up in their local area as part of a national “Business Ready” campaign across...
DefenceCare is a charity and not-for-profit organisation helping current and ex-serving members of the Australian Defence Force and their families in times of injury, illness or crisis.
Minute to Remember is a national campaign asking Australians to turn off their mobile phones for one minute on Remembrance Day to show their respect for those who have made the ultimate sacrifice.
This is oOh!'s second annual Minute to Remember initiative for DefenceCare, where more than 1,300 digital advertising panels around the country will display a poppy for a minute on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month, as part of Australia’s biggest ever digital Out-of-Home advertising campaign.
CanTeen, supports young people aged 12 – 24 years living with cancer by providing opportunities for them to connect with others in a similar situation. Young people can access CanTeen if they have cancer themselves, have a sibling or parent with cancer, or have a sibling or parent die from cancer. It is a free service that is in every state and territory across Australia.
Young people are able to attend activities and programs to gain support as well as have access to resources and counselling. Here is a photo taken from a recent program held in Southern NSW, where CanTeen Members were able to spend five days getting support in dealing with their cancer experience.
The Ovarian Cancer Research Foundation (OCRF) was established in May 2000. It has developed to become one of Australia’s pre-eminent bodies supporting ovarian cancer research programs that occur nationally, and are focused upon the understanding of the causes of ovarian cancer, its early detection and improving patient survival.
The Humpty Dumpty Foundation raises money to purchase vital children’s medical equipment for over 200 children’s hospitals and health service centres across Australia and in 2 in East Timor. It is our aim to ensure every child has a fighting chance to the best possible medical equipment and care.
Ronald McDonald House in the Hunter carries on the tradition of the more than 280 other Ronald McDonald Houses across the world.
Their goal is to provide an atmosphere for families and their children where the familiar routines of home life can continue as much as possible. The House offers compassion and understanding in a stressful and often frightening time.