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The World Intellectual Property Organisation is meeting this month to consider updating the Berne Convention to take into account issues of copyright and new technology.

Crookes Healthcare International has launched Strepsils as a throat spray, in packaging designed by Siebert Head.

BAA’s property development subsidiary Lynton has confirmed that it is in talks with P&O about the development of a major exhibition centre near Heathrow Airport.

Canadian consultancy Thomas Pigeon Design has created the Dough Boy branding and packaging for Pillsbury Canada’s new range of six refrigerated baked goods.>

1970s wrapping paper inspired the backgrounds in the Christmas “male order” catalogue designed by Four IV Design Consultants for Harvey Nichols. Four IV has also redesigned the fragrances area at Harvey Nichols in London.

Department for Education and Employment roster consultancy The Hallmark Partnership has designed a graphics package for the launch of the Government’s Nursery Education Voucher Scheme.

The Team has designed the 1995/ 96 annual report for the Institute of Personnel and Development (IPD) for the second year in succession. In the design of the new report, the consultancy has sought to capture the year’s events for the IPD. The Team design director Julian Grice says: ‘A great deal of work has been done by the IPD over the past 12 months and the report snapshots this timeline, freeze-framing key achievements.’>

Judge Gill has completed its third JD Sports Megastore, in Liverpool. The Manchester group is working on an ongoing roll-out for JD Sports and on megastores planned for next year.>

Sheffield group Scope has appointed Giles Cooke, previously with The Attik Design, as a graphic designer.

Judge Gill has completed its third JD Sports Megastore, in Liverpool. The Manchester group is working on an ongoing roll-out for JD Sports and on megastores planned for next year.>

Sheffield group Scope has appointed Giles Cooke, previously with The Attik Design, as a graphic designer.

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