Public Sector: The Public Sector Week

Alex Aiken writes this week's public sector column on the new Health Bill and what it means for council communicators. To read it, go to prweek.com/uk and click on public sector.

the rye bay marketing group has appointed travel and tourism specialists Edwards Harvey PR & Marketing to promote the region in East Sussex.

The Kent-based consultancy has been briefed to develop and deliver a PR and marketing strategy designed to maximise national and regional press coverage, and raise public awareness of the region.

the university hospitals coventry & warwickshire nhs trust held a 'Tweetathon' last Friday as part of Maternity March, a month-long celebration of motherhood. The trust is looking to social media to open a window into its maternity services for local residents and a wider online audience.

National Museums Northern Ireland has retained JPR (NI) to provide strategic PR, media relations and corporate comms services. The Belfast-based agency, which has worked for NMNI across its four sites since 2007, was reappointed on a three-year contract this month following a competitive pitch.

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