News story about former RAF fighter pilots from Yorkshire-based company Flyby Technology using drones to fly Covid-19 Test and Trace samples to hospitals gets local, regional, national and worldwide attention
Giant animated clapping hands devised by Ian Berry projected onto buildings across Yorkshire and the UK to raise money for the NHS among those who go out and clap every Thursday. We are now putting the info and great pictures/video out to the media nationwide.
A friend of my wife mentioned that her dad, Maurice Sutcliffe, was a D-Day veteran and was due to meet Prince William when veterans commemorated the 75th anniversary of the historic landings at the National Memorial Arboretum in Staffordshire on June 6. He’d travelled down for the event but shortly before 7am that morning – exactly as the D-Day landings started 75 years ago - the 97-year-old was found on the floor of his hotel room after a fall left him with face and back injuries. Maurice was so shaken up it meant he was unable to attend what would have been his first commemoration of D-Day and had to be taken home instead. I strongly felt his story should be told so went to interview him … and what he told me about his crucial role that day was truly amazing. Here it is and the links to the media coverage are at the end.
Well, using the word k***head was certainly one way to grab the attention with a not exactly subtle headline. It's more than justified in the story as this AH! PR press release features typical HR cases – the kind companies deal with day in and day out – but with some very unexpected results and HR expert Lynn Bradley explains the reasons why.
Pennine Business Partners in Huddersfield spotted a case about a supermarket supervisor who told a teenage colleague “I’m going to tickle you till you pee” ... and WON his employment tribunal case. Pennine Business Partners director Lynn Bradley commented on it which made a strong business story coupled with vital advice for other companies.
A young fashion designer from Huddersfield disillusioned with the vast amount of pollution caused by the fashion industry made a fascinating feature that was published by The Huddersfield Daily Examiner.
Ryan Holland fought a tough battle against brain cancer and when it was all over sunk into a deep depression. The media is now publishing this feature revealing how he fought his way back helped by several Yorkshire charities.
Website www.ilivehere.com 'revealed' that Huddersfield was the second worst place to live in the UK ... but Andy from West Yorkshire PR agency AH! PR showed the so-called poll wasn't all it was cracked up to be.
After Flyby Technology hit the national news when they were interviewed by the national and international media for their expert opinion on drones we followed it up with this, the 10 Golden Rules To Flying A Drone Safely, which has done well with online drone media.
This press release about Richard Bailey became the business supplement front page in The Huddersfield Daily Examiner, a high school in Huddersfield wants Richard to do a talk and dyslexic charities are eager to use the story
Andy has written a gripping thriller which is the first in a series featuring private investigator Nick Stone who is faced with the mystery of a valuable jewel and how it's putting lives in terrible danger.