The Manchester United striker and his girlfriend visited Claire House children's hospice to publicise
the start of work on the centre's expansion and he used the spade to cut the first turf.
What was less entertaining was the naked self- promoting activities of those who sought to publicise
their latest commercial ventures.
"There is no such recognition scheme currently in place in Wales that identifies, publicises
and applauds deserving Asian women," she said.
PROTESTING air hostesses have stripped off to publicise
their row with employers over unpaid wages.
The pair, who both work at Coombe Abbey Hotel, arrived in town yesterday to publicise
a wedding fair there tomorrow.
But instead it was decided to re-launch and publicise
the voluntary agreement and review it in 12 months.
The Serious Organised Crime Agency had hoped to publicise
financial reporting orders which reveal organised criminals' financial affairs.
The money will be used to help local charities publicise
themselves more effectively.
Britain, the US and other Western democracies undermine freedom of expression by imploring their media not to publicise
the views of terrorists, the president of the World Association of Newspapers said yesterday.
But they're so sensitive about their Cup flop last season that they're not too keen to publicise
Summary: Celebrities have used Twitter to publicise
an online campaign to find a missing teenage girl who vanished three weeks ago.
The budget airline chief dressed as a bullfighter to publicise
new routes from Spain.