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Since TV channels were not allowed to make video coverage of the event, therefore, as law-abiding citizens, and remaining true to the ethics of their profession, they just made no attempt to get the footage by hook or crook and even refrained from exploring the possibility of getting it at the cost of violating the media advisories, conveyed to them by the Public Relations Officer of the Court.
Lions Club president Veronica Jackson, and public relations officer Derek Jackson doing their collecting stint
Senior Public Relations Officer Rawal Town said 180 buildings have been declared dangerous and as many as 20 buildings along side Nullah Leh have been bulldozed as they are deemed to be instrumental in causing flood.
So what does a career as a public relations officer involve?
35 Nationals complete PRO training programme conducted by Tanmia in cooperation with DNRD and Dubai Police Tanmia, the National Human Resource Development and Employment Authority, today (Tuesday, April 08, 2008) held a graduation ceremony for a batch of 35 UAE Nationals who successfully completed an eight-week Public Relations Officer (PRO) training programme conducted by Tanmia, in cooperation with the Ministry of Labour, Dubai Naturalisation and Residency Department (DNRD) and Dubai Police.
She is a public relations officer for a Birmingham night club, a job she took up following a successful modelling career which be-gan when she was 15-years-old.
Croke Park's public relations officer said: "That's a new dimension.
Deirdre Snyder Public Relations Officer The Johnson School at Cornell University http://www.