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Pennie McGonagle International Women’s Day 2017
By: | DHR News | 8th March 2017
To celebrate International Women’s Day 2017, some of the DHR team share their thoughts on the women who inspire them… Sinéad Duggan, Office Manager Frances Power Cobbe was an Irish writer, social reformer, anti-vivisection activist, and leading women’s suffrage campaigner. She was born in 1822 in Newbridge House on her family estate in what is now Donabate, Co. Dublin. The youngest of five children, and the only girl, she was denied…
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Pennie McGonagle Unique anthology of art, comics and illustrations ‘MINE’ to be launched
By: | DHR News | 6th March 2017
Excitement is building ahead of the MINE anthology launch night which takes place Tuesday, 7th March, on the eve of International Women’s Day. MINE is a powerful anthology of art, comics and illustrations that represent creative responses, both male and female, to the struggle for repealing the eighth amendment in Ireland. The anthology gives insight into a wide range of perspectives on this issue, with over thirty contributors. Following a hugely…
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Pennie McGonagle World Book Day 2017
By: | DHR News, Featured | 2nd March 2017
  We love books here in DHR Communications! To celebrate World Book Day we have asked some of the team to talk about what they’re currently reading or what their favourite book is and why… Catherine Heaney, Managing Director I’m reading ‘Little Red Chairs’ by Edna O’Brien, which Sebastian read and recommended.  I picked it up for a tenner in Books Upstairs, and it’s proving every cent of a bargain. My best…
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David O'Donnell Social Media Trends for 2017
By: | DHR News, Featured | 24th February 2017
In this week’s blog, Digital Account Executive, David O’Donnell takes a look at some of the social media trends that are set to shape Ireland’s digital landscape throughout 2017 and the effect they may have on how brands plan their social media output. Live video streaming is on the rise Live video streaming was one of the most note-worthy trends of 2016, introduced to the mainstream through Periscope, which is…
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David O'Donnell World Radio Day 2017: DHR’s favourite radio programmes
By: | DHR News, Featured | 13th February 2017
World Radio Day 2017 To mark World Radio Day today, we have asked some of the DHR Communications team which radio programmes and podcasts they regularly tune into and why… Catherine Heaney Apart from the obligatory listening (news and current affairs, mainly from RTÉ Radio 1 and Newstalk), I love ‘Live from the Met’ which is broadcast on Saturday evenings on Lyric FM; Doc on One, on RTÉ Radio 1, can often be very…
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Tony Heffernan World Prepares for Trump Presidency
By: | DHR News, Featured | 19th January 2017
Ahead of Donald Trump’s inauguration on Friday 20th January, our Account Advisor Tony Heffernan gives his take on tomorrow’s events and the impact this could have on Ireland. Never before has the inauguration of a President of the United States been greeted with such apprehension and concern as generated by Donald Trump, not just in the U.S. itself, but throughout much of the rest of the world. 2016 was a…
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David O'Donnell DHR Communications 2016 Staff CSR Volunteer Hours
By: | CSR, DHR News, Featured | 13th January 2017
Every year, as part of our Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) policy, each staff member at DHR is offered the chance to spend some of their work hours volunteering for a charity of their choice. In 2016, DHR staff volunteered with youth groups Foróige and the Oblate Youth Service, as well as with the Simon Community, Crosscare, Aware and the Irish Cancer Society. Read on to see how they got on.…
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Danny Trench Bowles Danny Trench Bowles: My Time at DHR
By: | DHR News, Featured | 3rd January 2017
Danny Trench Bowles is a recent Trinity College graduate who participated in DHR Communications’ internship programme during the 12 weeks up to Christmas. Here, he looks back at his time spent at DHR, what he has experienced and everything he has learned along the way. I started in DHR Communications as PR and Events Intern in late September 2016. I was looking to get practical experience in the public relations field…
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Louise Archbold 2016 in Review – DHR’s Year in Numbers
By: | DHR News, Featured | 22nd December 2016
It’s been an exciting, positive and busy year here at DHR. We’ve created a graphic to showcase our year in numbers. Here’s hoping that 2017 is just as good!
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Laura Harmon DHR’s Christmas Wish List
By: | Featured | 21st December 2016
The DHR team share their plans for Christmas, our favourite moments from 2016 and our hopes for 2017! Catherine My plans for Christmas include family and fresh air, followed by a week in the winter sun at Essaouira, Morocco. My favourite moment of 2016 was when my phone lost coverage for 48 hours in the depths of the Bolivian Amazon.  It followed a few gruelling days in La Paz.  It…
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