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‘I’m a Celebrity Help My Career!’

There are few things in the TV guide that gets viewers on the edge of their seats as ‘I’m Celebrity Get Me Out of Here’ the showbiz program renowned for its stormy feuds, gruesome bushtucker trials & heartwarming jokes provided …

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Instagram Influencers

Engaging Millennials: The ‘Relatable’ Celebrity

By Leonie Hyman With the rise of social media, we have more access than ever into the lives of the rich and famous. Avidly following our favourite celebrities on Twitter, Instagram and even Snapchat, we love to feel like we …

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Celebrity See, Celebrity Do: The Ultimate CV Expansion

By Georgie Lee, Sales and Marketing Intern   Who run the world? Celebrities apparently. The star of the Apprentice is now the President of the United States of America, and Hermione Granger has put potions and defence against the dark …

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The Charities Inspiring Positive Change

At PHA we champion positive change. From working with universities, to mentoring students, to raising awareness of charities and organisations who educate and fund aspiring teenagers; at PHA we are always looking for new and exciting ways to support our younger …

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National Trust Easter Egg Hunt

An Egg is for everyone, not just for Easter

If it was publicity Cadbury’s were after when they launched their most recent campaign, then this may have been a case of careful what you wish for. As worldwide pressing issues aside, Prime Minister Theresa May today was one of …

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The power of turning a negative into a positive

Last week I spent my development day working with the Founder of a new mental health charity, My Discombobulated Brain. The charity is launching with the aim of educating children, young people and adults on mental health issues, and will …

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Kate Moss Burberry Bikini Wedding Shoot Model

Burberry’s Bounce Back

The Burberry check as we know it today rose to fame in the early 1900s, a garment of the well suited and booted countryside types. Their clothes were made for the traveller with well-lined pockets, the explorers at the turn …

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The Future of Meat

It is now widely understood that modern industrialised farming, and by extension a carnivorous diet, is bad for the environment and often one’s health. In recent years people have become aware of not just the ethical and emotional arguments for …

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PHA MEDIA Charity PR

Top Ways To Be More Thoughtful In Our Daily Lives

It’s a social construct to say ‘we’re busy.’  Success seems to be defined by how busy we are.  But are we really too busy?  When a friend is in need we will give up everything, but it’s a daily occurrence …

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Wear it pink Day Cupcakes, Breast Cancer Awareness month

Breast Cancer Awareness month: Is it time to take off the rose-tinted glasses?

The month of October is Breast Cancer awareness month. An annual event that since a faithful and successful campaign run by charity Breast Cancer Care, has been rose-tinted in its glory. Although here in the UK we do not suffer …

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A day in a different press office: Make-A-Wish

Last week I chose to spend my development day in the press office of UK charity Make-A- Wish® UK, which works to grant the wishes of children and young people who are fighting life-threatening conditions. The wishes they grant for …

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James Corden The Late Late Show Carpool Karaoke

The Secret to Carpool Karaoke’s Success

Andy Michael looks at the phenomenon of Carpool Karaoke and why this segment has been such a roaring success. On 8 September 2014, US TV network CBS announced that James Corden, originally from Buckinghamshire in the UK, would be succeeding Craig Ferguson as …

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