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Confectionery brand pulls references to digging near historic sites after complaints from archaeologists.
Freuds helped Public Health England add some star power to its campaign to promote a healthy lifestyle to children.
PRWeek UK's pick of the best PR and comms campaigns from January drew more than 3,000 votes. Find out the winner below...
Inspired by footballers' colourful history of hairstyles, and piggybacking England's run in the 2018 World Cup, Ketchum launched a platform to help make Head & Shoulders the 'unofficial shampoo' of the national team.
Each month PRWeek UK picks its top five PR and comms campaigns and asks you, our highly knowledgeable readers, to vote for your favourite. Below is a look back at each of the champions from 2018...
The biggest comms campaign in the history of the NHS will reach its peak tomorrow, when the public sector institution marks its 70th birthday.
PRWeek UK's selection of PR and comms campaigns from the festive season drew almost 8,000 votes. Find out the winner below...
PRWeek UK's selection of PR and comms campaigns from October elicited an unprecedented 3,000 votes. Find out the winner below...
PRWeek UK chose a quintet of brilliant PR and comms campaigns from September and more than 1,100 respondents voted for their favourite. Find out the winner below...
PRWeek UK picked its top PR and comms campaigns from August and more than 500 readers voted for their favourite. Find out the winner below...
PRWeek UK carefully selected its top PR and comms campaigns from July and nearly 500 readers voted for their favourite. Find out the winner below...
Truly brave brand campaigns, often involving disruption of logos and corporate identity, have impressed the PR Cannes Fringe group this year, although Angie Moxham has been openly critical of the stunt-driven Paddy Power.
The world's greatest tennis tournament gets underway on Monday (2 July), and a number of brands have served up Wimbledon-focused campaigns.
The marcoms world came together in the south of France last week for the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity. Here are five public sector campaigns from around the world that particularly impressed the judges.
PRWeek UK painstakingly picked out its top PR and comms campaigns from June and nearly 800 voters ticked a box for their favourite. Find out the winner below...
PR professionals have slated the new #SpyCops campaign from soap retailer Lush, which is accused of being anti-police.
With modern political discourse often characterised by disrespect, insult or aggression towards those with opposing views, Ireland's successful Together for Yes campaign for abortion rights was a breath of fresh air.
KFC has brought brand icon Colonel Harland Sanders back to U.K. TV for the first time in more than 40 years in a major ad campaign marking the end of its chicken shortage crisis.
Showcase: David (with no sling) versus Goliath (on steroids) - the FOBTs campaign that beat the bookies
Fixed-odds betting terminals (FOBTs) might have risen to notoriety in recent years, but one key figure in a campaign to crack down on them admits he had never heard of them before being approached by a campaigner.
The New Zealand rugby team's main sponsor AIG has deployed some All Black stars to Tokyo for a campaign aimed at tourists heading to Japan for next month's Rugby World Cup.
Mobile tech brand Honor has launched its new smartphone with a two-part mural and campaign that shines a light on negative perceptions of youth smartphone usage.
Age UK is calling on the new Prime Minister Boris Johnson to take back responsibility for funding TV licences for the over-75s, after the BBC announced plans to means test the licenses.
The Fundación Arturo López Pérez (FALP Oncology Institute) aims to challenge how people understand and approach cancer diagnosis with a new concept, the 'Metastasis of Love'.
Zippo has launched Fight Fire with Fire, an integrated global project to aid critical reforestation in partnership with Woodchuck USA.
Travel Republic has teamed up with TV travel icon Judith Chalmers for a parody video, exploring extreme 'woke' trends on holiday and looking at how the traditional British holiday is changing.
Thomas Cook Airlines put five adults under hypnosis to give them the joy of flying for the first time again, as part of an activation with agency Tin Man.
Ad is narrated by Serena Williams and honours women in sport.
Diehard Arsenal fan Piers Morgan recently conducted the Carabao Cup draw in a Tottenham jersey after losing a wager with Peter Crouch. The PR stunt reach nearly 16 million people.
Turkish Airlines have upped the ante in their latest air-safety video by featuring the cast of The Lego Movie 2.
A pop-up gallery for canines - dubbed The National Paw-trait Gallery - has opened in London in a campaign for the new Facebook Watch competition series The World's Most Amazing Dog.
A new, lighthearted video for Robinsons starring Tim Henman pokes fun at the former tennis player's achievements at Wimbledon to promote the soft drink brand's new personalised, reusable bottles.
Grime star Big Narstie struggles with the Russian language in the latest episode of a World Cup-themed content series produced by online bookmaker 888sport.
McDelivery from UberEats provided the nourishment as dejected ex-Italy football hero Andrea Pirlo tries to get over the fact that his national team isn't playing at Russia 2018.
Rivaldo and Rio Ferdinand were among a quartet of retired football superstars helping a 'middle-aged, overweight' five-a-side team win a bet.
England manager Gareth Southgate has announced England's 'Lidl team', a group of youngsters who will feature in the supermarket's World Cup campaign.
Zippo has collaborated with IMDb as part of an integrated global marketing campaign, exploring the lighter manufacturer's long history in film for the first time.
Text100 has developed a creative campaign to drive downloads of crowdsourcing app DreamLab, which harnesses the processing power of smartphones to beat cancer.
Mariah Carey has joined the rank of unexpected celebrities who stay in hostels in Hostelworld's latest spoof campaign by Lucky Generals.
Animation studio Aardman and actor Hugh Laurie have have lent their talents to the campaign Malaria Must Die, So Millions Can Live, respectively creating and narrating a film on the disease's history.