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New Brazil-Ireland Chamber of Commerce to promote trade

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...A new Brazil-Ireland Chamber of Commerce has been set up to promote trade between Ireland and Brazil.... ...The organisation aims to act as a first point of contact for Brazilian owned companies based in Ireland, Irish companies looking to expand to Brazil... ..., this demonstrates the need for an organisation like the Brazil-Ireland Chamber of Commerce," said Fernanda Hermanson, President of the Brazil Ireland... ...Statistics Office shows that total imports from Brazil to Ireland for 2022 were valued at ?444m...

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Pension protests in France: what's next?

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...By Ciarán Crowley, Université de Lille On Tuesday last, France saw its tenth day of nationwide strikes since the start of the year, ostensibly due... ...More broadly, the current unrest can be seen as the straw that broke the camel's back (la goutte d"eau qui fait déborder le vase) for Emmanuel Macron's... ...Après moi, le déluge, as King Louis XV once quipped. Presidential discretion or diktat? How we make the law is important.... ...Respected French economist Thomas Piketty has criticised the reform, arguing that all the savings made by the current reform will almost exclusively...

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Breaking Galway farmer Michael Scott guilty of manslaughter of his ...

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...Michael Scott of Portumna, Co Galway pleaded not guilty to murdering 76-year-old Chrissie Treacy on 27 April 2018.... ...Chrissie Treacy had farmed 140 acres of land at Derryhiney in Portumna with her brothers.... ...State Pathologist, Dr Linda Mulligan said she would have died "almost instantaneously".... ...Regina Donohue said she had encouraged Ms Treacy to move into a retirement home for her own safety but Ms Treacy wanted to stay in her home....

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Why it's so easy to fall for fake AI images

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..."I just thought it was funny to see the Pope in a funny jacket," Pablo Xavier, the creator of the fake image of Pope Francis, told BuzzFeed News.... ...Analysis: we can learn a lot about AI from viral images of Donald Trump in handcuffs and a fashionable Pope Francis that fooled us all 86-year-old... ...well, says Professor Alan Smeaton, founding Director of the Insight SFI Research Centre for Data Analytics.... ...Some days before the picture of Pope Francis went viral, fake AI images of Donald Trump being arrested were also circulated on social media....

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Inconsistent app policy exposes Govt to attack - expert

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..., a lecturer in business information systems at Cork University Business School told the Morning Ireland radio programme on RTÉ Radio 1.... ...The claim came from an information technology systems expert after concerns were raised by Social Democrats TD Catherine Murphy over different approaches... ...Dr Woodworth's call came on the back of a series of parliamentary questions by Kildare North TD Catherine Murphy into the protocols and guidelines... ...The Department for the Environment; Climate and Communications has social media usage guidelines but is awaiting updated guidance from the NCSC....

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What's on? 10 top TV and streaming tips for Thursday

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..., while David Harewood presents Get on Up: The Triumph of Black America.... ...Sarah Goldberg and Susan Stanley star in SisterS, The Dog Academy looks at canine psychology, Taskmaster and Gordon Ramsay's Future Food Stars return... ...New or Returning Shows Taskmaster, 9.00pm, Channel 4 Greg Davies (below) sets tasks for Frankie Boyle, Ivo Graham, Jenny Eclair, Kiell Smith-Bynoe... ...The Dog Academy, 8.00pm, Channel 4 Shades of Cesar Milan here as this new series features a crack team of Britain's top specialist trainers instruct...

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Short Hop: Easter marks the start of our travel season

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...As Easter can sometimes be in March, or very early April it can have a material effect on how much money airlines like Ryanair or Aer Lingus make... ...They say that St Patricks" Day marks the start of the tourism season into Ireland -- that being the point at which the number of visitors here starts... ...Old faithfuls like Lanzarote, the Algarve and the Costa Del Sol are the most popular sun destinations, they said, and they pointed out that a lot... ...Though perhaps that is because many people taking a short trip across the Irish Sea would book directly, rather than going through a travel agent...

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'Stay off stove': NZ firefighters offer drunk cookbook

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...About half of all fatal domestic blazes in New Zealand also involve alcohol or drugs, fire and emergency services say.... ..."Now grip the bread-toast-bread in your clammy mitts. Good."...

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New sustainability programme for startups

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...Startup hub Dogpatch has launched a new sustainability initiative for early-stage companies.... ...Minister of State with responsibility for Public Procurement, eGovernment and Circular Economy Ossian Smyth said that startup innovation will play... ...Dogpatch's Director of Innovation, David Power, said that Ireland has something unique to offer when it comes to tackling issues around sustainability...

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Behind the music - The Spiritual Leaders

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..., and my brother Cathal Brady on drums.... ...We asked frontman Fergus Brady the BIG questions.... ...Radiohead, New Order and David Bowie are three names to spring to mind immediately.... ...I live in Dublin with my wife Lucy and our two daughters, Clara, and Eve....

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