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Denise and Mark land the Ultimate Job!

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Ultimate Job in Ireland Top 10 arrive in Kinsale for International Final

Candidates from Australia, US, Canada, South Africa, Brazil, UK, Galway, Wexford, Sligo, Dublin and Cork The Ultimate Job in Ireland Top 10 candidate couples have arrived in Ballinacurra House ahead of the challenge weekend and the International finale on Sunday Night. Organised by Irish Wedding and Honeymoon destination company Runawaybrideandgroom.com, the Ultimate Job in Ireland – and probably the world!

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Fight for this Love

Or rather sing for it! Be warned, being a celebrity may be a tough job, but dating one, marrying one or even worse divorcing one can be a lot worse and there is no right of reply. We’ve had it all before. Lily Allen lambasting her ex lover in the bedroom department. In the song ‘It’s not Fair’ she leaves

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Davina McCall horse riding in South Africa???

Davina McCall takes time out from filming Big Brother to go on equestrian horse riding adventure in South Africa…  [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R28SGYczEMc]

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The world is Tweeting and so should you

The world is tweeting and, from a PR point of view, so should you… Ashton Kutcher has recently become the first person to get one million followers on Twitter, or ‘Tweetmillionaire’. Let’s be honest: we don’t expect our Tweets to receive as much attention as Kutchers. A- Because we are not celebrity actors and B- We aren’t married to Demi

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When Haste Turns into Bad Taste

For fans of Jade Goody, OK! Magazine has been the ultimate source of information about the reality television star’s battle with terminal cancer. However, the celebrity magazine made a huge misjudgement after publishing a ‘tribute’ edition that was billed as containing the “final words” of the 27-year-old former Big Brother contestant, two weeks before she died. OK! adopted the Jade

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Do you have to get it right first time round?

In an unprecedented move (and how many times have we heard that expression before in relation to the new American president) Barack Obama has taken the Oath of Allegiance for a second time.  The same officer, one Chief Justice John Roberts, re-administered the Oath to the President in an informal ceremony in front of just seven staff and four journalists

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When Brands Mutate

When is a brand not a brand? When it mutates into something quite different from the original.   A classic example is that of Wartime UK Prime Minister Winston Churchill.  A recent poll found that one in four children in the UK thought his name, his brand, was actually that of the nodding dog in insurance adverts.  That the two

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No Publicity is Bad Publicity?

The Curate’s Egg: Good and Bad in Parts  They say ‘there is no such thing as bad publicity’ but perhaps that belief belongs to the Max Clifford School of thinking.  For most companies involved in business communications, bad publicity is not a good thing at all.The winner of the ‘Funniest Joke’ at Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Comedian Zoe Lyons, in her

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Sarkozy’s Textual Intercourse

Sarkozy may be unique to the male species: he can multitask. When he visited the great and good in Irish Politics, he found time to text during his brief press conference. The familiar ‘text has arrived’ tinkle sounded several times during the conference and Sarkozy was unable to resist. This is not the first time he has multitasked.  Last December he did

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