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Alexandra Figueiredo is a journalist and communication consultant with a postgraduation in Psychological Assessment. She's specialized in health journalism and in medical and scientific consultancy. Worked as a radio newscaster and was journalist at SIC Notícias, Expresso, and in two RTP programs, between others. Also coordinated a health program for RTP TV channel. She won several poetry contests, having published poems. She was director of a solidarity association chaired by the former Minister of Health Ana Jorge and was press advisor for the former President of the Portuguese Republic, Dr. Jorge Sampaio, during his time as Ambassador of Tuberculosis in the World. You can follow Alexandra on Instagram.

2 December 2022

Why butterflies are messengers of the soul

1. The Messengers of the Souls Delicate and gracious beings, they are called the messengers of the souls, in a sense that, when a loved one […]
30 November 2022

Monchique is a paradise between the mountains and the sea

Flanked by beautiful mountains, the magnificent town of Monchique is the ideal destination to anyone who desires holidays surrounded by nature in its purest form. Here […]
28 November 2022

TAP cancels 360 flights after cabin crew announces strike for 8 and 9 December

On Wednesday November 23rd, TAP Air Portugal announced the cancellation of 360 flights ahead of a two-day strike by cabin crew scheduled for December 8th and […]
21 November 2022

Portugal announces green high-speed rail ambitions

Portugal has announced new high-speed trains which could halve journey times, in a statement about a major update to the Iberian rail system. Reuters reported the […]
1 November 2022

Braga to host UNESCO’s Creative Cities Network Annual Conference in 2024

The Portuguese city of Braga has been selected as the Host City of the XVI UNESCO Creative Cities Network (UCCN) Annual Conference in 2024. The announcement […]
20 October 2022

Holidays for horselovers? Get to know Portugal’s Lusitano horses

The Lusitano horse is for many a symbol of Portugal. Strong and noble-looking, they can be of any solid colour, from palomino to black, but most […]
18 October 2022

Santarém’s National Gastronomy Festival returns for its 41st edition

The Santarém National Gastronomy Festival returns this year with a program full of delightful surprises. On its 41st edition, the festival will take place from the […]
18 October 2022

Braga has won a place in the spotlight and it was not by chance

Braga is an authentic city with endogenous resources that make a difference at a patrimonial, natural and immaterial level as a result of the various events […]
17 October 2022

TAP Air Portugal has recovered more than 95% of its pre-pandemic Brazilian traffic

TAP Air Portugal has recovered more than 95% of its traffic (in relation to 2019) on its routes between Portugal and Brazil, reports Simple Flying Magazine. […]
11 October 2022

Portugal launches digital nomad visa program for remote workers

Portugal has announced a work visa designed for remote workers. The visa aims to let ‘digital nomads’ live and work in the country for up to […]
6 October 2022

TAP against the increase in airport fees proposed by ANA Airports of Portugal

TAP has criticized the initiative to increase airport charges led by ANA (Airports of Portugal) In a statement, the airline noted that the measure would be […]
30 September 2022

North of Portugal know-how on marine litter and waste management showcased in Brussels

LIPOR is the Intermunicipal Waste Management Service of Greater Porto. Over their 40 years of existence, they turned a landfill into a waste management facility, started […]
14 September 2022

Lufthansa and Air France-KLM become main candidates to acquire TAP Air Portugal

The Portuguese government wants to launch the re-privatization of TAP Air Portugal by the end of the year and has already begun talks with the Air […]
13 September 2022

These are Portugal’s most beautiful beaches

We’re sad to bring it to you but summer’s almost gone. Temperatures are starting to drop, school has started once again and the aperitivo days are […]
24 August 2022

What would Mona Lisa and Dali look like today?

When he embarked on his project, 26-year-old Portuguese designer Tiago Dias didn’t even have a profile on Instagram. A couple of works were the excuse to […]
22 August 2022

Portugal to boost green hydrogen production with €10 million grant for Fusion Fuel

A Portuguese-based company developing green hydrogen solutions received a €10 million grant to expand the production of green hydrogen — defined as hydrogen produced by splitting […]
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