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# Meetings

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Biden and other leaders head to Brussels ahead of back-to-back Nato, G7 and EU summits
The Taoiseach Micheál Martin and other leaders are also travelling to Brussels on Thursday.
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Council enforces ban so referendum groups can't use community venues for public meetings
The council said this is a long-standing policy, but it recently contacted councillors to remind them of its existence after a public meeting in Baldoyle.
Ryanair and pilot's union to meet on Tuesday, just one day ahead of proposed strike
Ryanair management confirmed on Friday that it would break with its longstanding policy and give pilot unions recognition as official organisations.
Eight dead in violence after Israeli security at Jerusalem holy site sparks anger
The site is in east Jerusalem, annexed by Israel after the 1967 Six-Day War.
Trump says he wouldn't have picked Sessions as Attorney General if he knew he'd recuse on Russia
Three of the pivotal players in the Trump campaign will be questioned by senators next week.
Fifa Council unanimously approve 48-team World Cup proposal
The new format will be introduced in 2026.
Brexit Timeline: What happens next
There’s going to be a lot of meetings.
One minister has been to 870 meetings in the last year
That’s nearly three a day.
The ECB is going to let you in on why they're slashing interest rates
Those on tracker loans will hear the decision-making process of the ECB’s record-low interest rates.
8 things you say to your co-workers... and what they actually mean
Says: “Does anyone want tea?” Thinks: “Nobody will want tea, nobody will want tea. DAMN YOU FOR WANTING TEA!”
11 elements of workplace meetings which make them inarguably hellish
The pointlessness… dear god, the pointlessness.
Kenny: Families of the Disappeared have suffered enough
The Taoiseach met with families of some of the Disappeared, and has called for information from the public about the victims’ whereabouts.
Creditors to vote on rescue package for Sunday Business Post
An interim examiner was appointed to the newspaper in March.
Taoiseach, ministers criticised for "inappropriate" tobacco industry meeting
It has been reported that the Taoiseach and two senior ministers met with members of the tobacco industry a fortnight ago.
Judges happy that their concerns are 'fully understood'
A row between the judiciary and the government seems to have fizzled out today with two separate developments.
Column: What could Ireland gain from the EU Presidency?
The EU presidency holds challenges for Ireland – but also offers major opportunities, writes Linda Barry.
Column: Is a technology overload making us less efficient at work?
Email, smartphones and tablets help us multi-task, writes Professor Gloria Mark, but can they also make us less productive?
Found him! China's missing leader-in-waiting resurfaces
Xi Jinping had not been seen in public for nearly two weeks – but he apparently popped up yesterday afternoon.
Tánaiste to meet British Foreign Secretary William Hague in London
The Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs will meet his British counterpart in London today.