Frank PR has won the pitch to promote a Government and Coca-Cola Enterprises-backed initiative encouraging the collection of plastic packaging for recycling.
PRWeek's iPad edition is becoming a paid-for product, although our subscribers will continue to receive free access as part of their package.
Diageo's new global comms director is a "robust and clear-headed" figure with 21 years' experience in Whitehall.
Freuds, one of the great survivors of government budget cuts, is having to fight to keep hold of public health communications work that has earned it at least £700,000 in recent months.
The NHS is considering creating an additional comms roster as the service continues to shift in the wake of last year's structural reforms.
Alcohol giant Diageo has hired Vickie Sheriff, the Department for Transport's director of communications and former deputy spokeswoman to the Prime Minister, as global communications director.
David Cameron has apologised for employing Andy Coulson as his director of comms following Coulson's conviction for phone hacking today.
The Prime Minister's former comms director Andy Coulson has been found guilty of phone hacking at the Old Bailey, while his ex-tabloid colleague Rebekah Brooks has been cleared of all charges.
Communications Management is bolstering its ability to help its university clients attract international students with the hire of three in-house higher education specialists.
Freuds is believed to have partnered with another agency in order to keep hold of its work for Public Health England (PHE), for which the new government marketing services roster bars it from pitching directly.
Sir Merrick Cockell will be joining Cratus Communications as executive chairman next month, along with Conservative MP Bob Neill and former John Laing MD Tim Grier as non-executive directors.
A new coalition led by Unilever brand Dove that draws together the Government, business and charities to battle body image anxiety has hired Forster Communications to help shape its strategy.
Describing David Cameron as "bumbling" and Craig Oliver as "just clueless" seems to be in character for a man whom people describe as a "tribal" operator.
The National Association of Local Councils (NALC) has distanced itself from media guidance labelled "Stalinist" by Local Government Secretary Eric Pickles.
A council's reputation can be destroyed in a few hours if you aren't prepared and fail to move fast during a crisis.
Stop telling us to 'spin' says Cormac Smith, chairman of LGcommunications.
London Communications Agency director Suzi Lawrence has worked three days a week since returning from maternity leave in May 2013. Here, she and LCA co-founder Jonny Popper discuss the process by which they have both made this work.
To improve public order during the World Cup, communicators need to change people's perspective and then their behaviour.
I imagine there was a great deal of tea spat out last Friday when it was reported that BBC journalist Robert Peston had turned on PR people, all guns blazing, describing them as "professional bullshitters".
What's the common link between Radio 2, ITV, the Daily Mail and UKIP?
Kent police and crime commissioner Ann Barnes' documentary was a PR disaster.
Good on Home Secretary Theresa May for giving the Police Federation a kicking.
Calling a journalist with a pitch could be a make-or-break moment for you and your client.
The Government announced recently that it plans to recruit '100 digital natives' to bolster its communications service as part of its modernisation drive.
As the nature of modern warfare comms evolves at a startling rate, governments are struggling to keep pace and retain public support, finds John Owens
Hume Brophy has appointed Brian Simpson, the former MEP and chair of the European Parliament Transport Committee, as a senior consultant.
Hanover Communications has secured the services of Liberal Democrat politician Julia Goldsworthy, who was a special adviser in the Treasury for four years, as a senior policy adviser.
Law firm Covington & Burling has appointed Sebastian Vos to head up the European division of its global public policy and government affairs practice.
Morrisons director of corporate affairs and comms and former Labour Party policy officer Richard Taylor has left the beleaguered supermarket to join Tony Blair Associates.
British Gas has appointed Tim Cowen, who worked on Royal Mail's celebrated London 2012 gold postboxes campaign, as head of media relations.
Former Unilever vice-president, global campaigns and digital, Barney Wyld is to join Network Rail as its new communications director after the departure of Tom Kelly.