PRWeek UK's pick of the best PR and comms campaigns from January drew more than 3,000 votes. Find out the winner below...
WA Health has hired a new associate director and announced its win of the government affairs brief for Bayer's cardiovascular treatment.
From clocks and cats to AI football managers and army 'snowflakes', PRWeek has picked its five top January campaigns. Vote below for your favourite.
The Helpforce volunteering charity has recruited 33,000 people to give their time to the NHS for free, as a result of being chosen as the charity supported by the Daily Mail's 2018 Christmas campaign.
Stunt took place on the steps of St Paul's Cathedral.
Research by the Sheila McKechnie Foundation finds that campaigners blame an 'atmosphere of intolerance from Whitehall'.
A mixture of traditional media relations and social media, using celebrity influencers, is being used to promote a new campaign to increase the number of women booking cervical cancer screening appointments.
Veterans take four years on average to seek help for their trauma.
Oxfam's prostitute scandal in Central America has eroded the value of its brand in the UK by hundreds of millions of pounds, PRWeek can reveal.
Twitter and Instagram campaign marked World Braille Day.
What will the next 12 months have in store for the PR profession? It's time for PR leaders to gaze into their crystal balls with these 19-word predictions for 2019.
PRWeek casts a beady eye back over what hit the PR headlines in 2018.
Video stars Rhodri Marsden, who started hashtag in 2011.
It's hard to believe that there's still taboo around mental health in the workplace, and it's even harder to believe that only a handful of companies have realised that unhappy, tired and under-appreciated staff aren't going to make you any money.
So it's happened. The digital content 'bubble' has burst. From layoffs at Buzzfeed, Vice and HuffPost to The Pool going into administration, it turns out, startlingly, that there likely isn't a sustainable business model for giving away news for free online.
Throughout 2018 plastic waste embedded itself deeply in the public consciousness, thanks to efforts of environmental campaigners and programmes such as the BBC's Blue Planet II.
It is regularly said that we live in an era when businesses are more closely scrutinised than ever.
It's been a year since I've left my little munchkins at home and returned to work after 10 months of maternity - how time flies.
Here's a test. Open Instagram and go through the first 10 posts. How many of them are from people you know?
It's popular to quip that - as a consequence of Brexit - "there is no domestic policy agenda" and it's right that we consistently look back at the commitment to wide-ranging social reforms the Prime Minister promised to correct society's "burning injustices".
Suicide is the biggest killer of men under 50 and a major threat to women into their 30s. However, campaigns to raise awareness have helped bring down the rate to its lowest level in more than 30 years.
Maternity leave. Paternity leave. Parental leave. They're all the same, right?
In the wake of soul-searching by leading agencies on the nature of public relations, Robert Phillips writes for PRWeek exactly six years since he quit as boss of Edelman, proclaiming 'PR is Dead'.
Press and PR Officer Royal College of General Practitioners London (Central), London (Greater)
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Communications Manager The Ellen MacArthur Foundation Cowes, Isle of Wight
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In brief: Yopa retains MSL, Gonzalez returns to Prosek, account wins for Future, Lenny and Roland Dransfield
MSL wins UK's second largest online estate agency, Gonzalez returns to Prosek, Barry's Bootcamp hires Manchester agency, and more from PRWeek UK.
The world's largest crowdfunding platform GoFundMe has appointed Helen Dagley as head of PR and partnerships.
The Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry (ABPI) has promoted Elliot Dunster to executive director of communications.
The Scotland Office has appointed Anna Macmillan as its new director of comms during a turbulent week for the Government.
The NHS Confederation has named Daniel Reynolds as its new director of comms, with a remit to support healthcare leaders in delivering the service's 10-year plan.
Macmillan Cancer Support has appointed Claire Rowney as executive director of fundraising, marketing and communications.
In brief: Edelman strengthens advisory team, RMS bags consumer projects, wins for The Communication Group and Lemongrass
Edelman hires associate directors, Fourth Day opens shop in Sydney, Roland Dransfield to launch Chinawhite Manchester, and more from PRWeek UK.
In brief: The Academy wins Shelter Christmas campaign, Fieldhouse expands, account wins for Rooster, Grifco and Threepipe
The Academy wins Shelter campaign, Good Broadcast hires Josh Wheeler, Clementine wins luxury wine client, and more from PRWeek UK.