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O'Neill's sheer force of personality temporarily restored belief in Irish football, but his refusal to communicate his vision left many to view him as ‘old hat’ rather than old school.
The transition from PR course to PR job can seem daunting, but with the right skills—and attitude—you can prove yourself a worthy investment.
With Brexit looming, Ireland needs a medicines supply plan to avoid a dangerous shortage of life-saving drugs.
Before you start your comms internship, pick an agency that can give you the skills you need to thrive in a fast-moving industry.
Maintaining transparency and credibility is key in the fight against fake news.
Let the creatives create! Fresh perspectives and different ways of thinking can bring enormous benefits to agencies and their clients.
You don’t need yes-men. If this is what you’re looking for, you’ll never truly reap the rewards of working with an agency.
After just six months, the die has been cast for the Government's Strategic Communications Unit
The extent to which anyone has a right to free speech in the purest form, with no restrictions, is a conundrum which is certainly not new.
There’s a lesson in the scandal surrounding the Project 2040 communications strategy.
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PR360 has been shortlisted for the Irish Digital Media Awards.
In short, the answer is ‘not enough’.
How the Government communicates with its citizens and positions Ireland in the world is crucial.
Theresa May’s speech today was a perfect occasion to set out the UK’s negotiating position in front of a curious and somewhat concerned global audience.
We are now entering a very different economic space; not seen for more than a decade and Unions are eager for public pay to be restored.
The Finance Bill is the moment that matters if you're seeking change.
We have a saying around here and it's 'never miss an opportunity to celebrate'.