Hanover has announced the launch of its new sports practice, which the agency hopes will work with high-profile brands, major events and sports organisations.
British filmmaker and composer Gary Tarn has created A Requiem for Meters - a classical piece performed on instruments made from old gas and electricity meters - as part of Smart Energy GB's national campaign.
Weight-loss programme Weight Watchers reassured its customers on social media and its website yesterday following a technical fault with its app.
Every month PRWeek UK chooses a Top of the Month and a Flop of the Month - for November, the respective accolades went to Pret's do-good Christmas campaign, and the sexual bragging of Tinder's chief executive.
With Audi's parent company VW embroiled in the biggest scandal in its history and more revelations leaking out, there are still questions to be answered. Matthew Gwyther grills Audi chairman Rupert Stadler about who knew what and when.
At PRWeek's Best Campaigns of 2015 seminar, agency and in-house heads explained the thinking behind their award-winning campaigns.
National pub group Admiral Taverns has appointed Hudson Sandler to a new brief handling its external PR.
The Independent Press Standards Organisation (IPSO) says it has received 2,600 complaints about the front cover of Monday's The Sun, which claimed that one in five UK Muslims had sympathy with the terrorist group Islamic State.
Excitement is building for the launch of PRWeek UK's Power Book 2016, the annual compilation of the country's most influential comms professionals, with the big launch night set for next Wednesday.
As Black Friday looms and consumers either roll up their sleeves or roll their eyes, a creative ecommerce and digital retail agency has created a tool to track retail spending that is expected to break the £1bn mark.
Thousands of staff at Publicis Groupe agencies are set to become shareholders in their parent company for the first time as they will receive shares worth about €2,800 ($3,000, £2,000).
UK foundation The Wellcome Trust, the world's second largest charity, has launched an initiative with design consultancy Blast and other agencies to encourage people across the UK to think about food, health and the planet.
Damon Jones, Procter & Gamble's director of external communications, said the company is reassessing agency partners for its baby and feminine care segment and other businesses globally.
The tech firm Oracle has taken on Mike Moeller as its new vice-president of marketing comms and global PR.
Bespoke comms services are becoming the norm but client-agency relationships should not get lost in the hype.
Jeremy Corbyn is reported to have been booked in for professional media training - only to apparently forget about the session and arrive late.
Autumn Statement: Digital budgets to increase, comms campaign spend centralised, and a U-turn on tax credits
Chancellor George Osborne's Spending Review and Autumn Statement included investment in the Government Digital Service, a change to how comms campaign spending is managed, and an eye-catching U-turn on cutting tax credits.
In our round-up of Prime Minister's Questions, PRWeek brings you some of the best Twitter comments from public affairs specialists and journalists around the weekly event.
PR professionals have praised the FMCG giant Nestlé for its "proactive" and "co-ordinated" announcement in which it acknowledged concerns about human rights abuses in its supply chain, and detailed actions to combat the issue.
When it comes to choosing a corporate partner, the biggest factor for most charities is still the money on offer, according to research from UK agency Forster Communications.
Senior Public Affairs Advisor Thames Water Utilities Limited Central Reading
Internal Communications Manager - HR in international FTSE retailer The Works Search Ltd London
Associate Director, Consumer The Foundry - Original London (Central), London (Greater)
Account Director / Senior Account Director Prospect Resourcing Ltd London (Greater)
Media and Public Affairs Manager The Foundry - Original London (Central), London (Greater)
In brief: James Holmes becomes Limelight MD, Tesco exec joins BritainThinks, wins for Publitek, Tin Man and Social Communications
James Holmes becomes Limelight MD, Tesco exec Katherine Edwards joins BritainThinks, Publitek taken on by TT Electronics and more from PRWeek UK.
London, Manchester and Paris-based PR firm The Fourth Day Group will open an office in Casablanca, the largest city in Morocco, in January.
Are you one of the PR's industry's best employers? Now is your chance to prove it - as entries open for PRWeek's prestigious Best Places to Work Awards 2016.
In brief: Contract wins for Aspectus, Toast and Mason Williams, Huntsworth adds non-exec, PRCA Council names vice-chair
Huntsworth adds non-exec, PRCA Council names Molly Aldridge as vice-chair, Aspectus lands Lanner Group for project, Market Gravity hires Toast PR and more from PRWeek UK.
Creston has reported a "slow start" to its financial year, citing the impact of the weakening Euro, "client budget weaknesses" and slower performance in its health arm linked to the need for a more integrated health offer.
In brief: eToro hires Hill+Knowlton, Cicero and BritainThinks launch EU vote partnership, CRC becomes Field Consulting
In brief: eToro hires Hill+Knowlton as it targets expansion, Cicero and BritainThinks launch EU referendum partnership, Corporate Reputation Consulting renamed Field Consulting.
Joey Jones, formerly the deputy political editor at Sky News, has joined Osborne & Partners as director of strategic comms.
In brief: Clarion lands Teletext Holidays, account wins for Palm PR, Tidy Eye and Rich Leigh, Amanda Moss launches in Liverpool
Clarion wins Teletext Holidays, Palm PR brought in to launch juice, Tidy Eye PR appointed by Performers and more from PRWeek UK.
Managing director vacancy open as agency appoints Adrian Warr and Andres Vejarano Hong Kong office leaders with immediate effect
In acquisition mode, Llorente & Cuenca's José Antonio Llorente sits down for a few quick questions from PRWeek.
Nelson Bostock chief executive Lee Nugent has resigned after almost 20 years at the company, with the group not looking to replace him.
Avril Lee will join MSLGroup next month as managing director of its UK and EMEA health practices.
Jakki Lewis, former publicity manager at Sky, has taken up the role of PR director at Guinness World Records for the EMEA and APAC regions.