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Huntsworth returns to profit in H1 as Grayling is back in black

Huntsworth returns to profit in H1 as Grayling is back in black

Huntsworth swung into profit in the first half of 2017, with its PR agency Grayling also returning to the black, following a period of restructuring.

Former Luchford duo launch agency to propel property PR into 'living sphere'

Former Luchford duo launch agency to propel property PR into 'living sphere'

Tania Thomas and Henrietta Harwood-Smith, both former employees of the PR firm Luchford APM, have launched Maison Communications.

'Don't mislead the public' - GCS unveils its five golden rules for modern media operations

'Don't mislead the public' - GCS unveils its five golden rules for modern media operations

Five non-negotiable golden rules for government comms professionals have been outlined in the first ever guide on modern media operations for government departments, published by the GCS.

Public Relations Institute of Ireland seeks new leader as CEO takes job with country's new Taoiseach

Public Relations Institute of Ireland seeks new leader as CEO takes job with country's new Taoiseach

John Carroll has left the Public Relations Institute of Ireland to take a role as a special adviser to the Taoiseach, the country's prime minister.

TfL's BAME internship scheme: 10 years, 24 alumni and a diversity of career paths

TfL's BAME internship scheme: 10 years, 24 alumni and a diversity of career paths

As Transport for London's BAME internship programme for PR and comms professionals celebrates its tenth year, PRWeek UK takes a look at the scheme and speaks to three of its alumni.

So, you want my job? Comms officer at the Maritime and Coastguard Agency

So, you want my job? Comms officer at the Maritime and Coastguard Agency

PRWeek takes a sidelong look at recruitment in public sector comms. Do you fancy Julia Gosling's job as comms officer at the Maritime and Coastguard Agency?

Don't misuse use our logo, warns Public Health England screening chief

Don't misuse use our logo, warns Public Health England screening chief

Comms teams across government are being warned against using logos incorrectly, after a series of misuses of branding used to promote health screening programmes.

Treasury cuts comms budget by 25 per cent, Parliamentary answer reveals

Treasury cuts comms budget by 25 per cent, Parliamentary answer reveals

The Treasury has slashed its comms budget by more than a quarter in the past seven years, as part of an ongoing drive by the government department to cut costs.

The BBC must go further, faster, on dealing with its gender pay gap

The BBC must go further, faster, on dealing with its gender pay gap

By next April, every organisation with more than 250 employees will have to report details of their gender pay gap.

Dundee Telegraph editor to take top comms role at city council

Dundee Telegraph editor to take top comms role at city council

The editor of the Dundee Evening Telegraph has resigned to take up a new job as communications manager at Dundee City Council, in the latest example of newspaper editors turning to careers in PR.

Interpublic's CMG down 2.2% in Q2

Interpublic's CMG down 2.2% in Q2

The holding company as a whole reported an organic revenue increase of 0.4% in the period and year-over-year drops in net and operating income.

In brief: Frank hired for Investec launch, Portland brings in broadcaster, wins for Tangerine and Calacus

In brief: Frank hired for Investec launch, Portland brings in broadcaster, wins for Tangerine and Calacus

Frank hired for Investec launch, Portland brings in broadcaster and more from PRWeek UK.

Illegal unregistered Westminster lobbying 'rare', says regulator

Illegal unregistered Westminster lobbying 'rare', says regulator

The head of the Westminster lobbying regulator says that evidence of unregistered lobbying is "rare", and that the register she maintains "can be relied upon".

Alton Towers and Mischief part ways but theme park says no new pitch 'at this stage'

Alton Towers and Mischief part ways but theme park says no new pitch 'at this stage'

Alton Towers Resort and PR agency Mischief have agreed to part company, with the theme park saying there are no plans to hold a pitch "at this stage", PRWeek has learned.

Cannes Lions revenues up seven per cent in 2017 despite delegate decline

Cannes Lions revenues up seven per cent in 2017 despite delegate decline

The 2017 Cannes Lions festival earned revenues of £62.9m ($820m) for its owner Ascential, despite "slightly reduced" award entry and delegate numbers, the company's half-year results say.

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