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As news stories regurgitate more on the ins and outs of corruption investigation Operation Marquês, the principal suspect, former prime minister, José Sócrates is understood to have been further inconvenienced by flea bites.

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After her abortive attempt to purchase Portugal Telecom, Isabel dos Santos, daughter of the president of Angola is reported to be preparing a counter bid for BPI - in response to the public acquisition offer (OPA) presented by Spain’s Caixabank.

With the value of the euro falling progressively, Portugal’s tourism sector looks certain to reap the benefits. In the US - where the dollar is buying 21% more than it was a year ago - the Washington Post has been extolling the virtues of travel

The government is proposing a ban on the consumption of alcohol in the street after 2am. Also on the list of new ‘no-no’s’ will be the sale of alcohol of any kind to youngsters under the age of 18. These latest measures were announced by

Hundreds of islanders are expected to stage a protest in front of Parliament on Friday (March 6) calling for the immediate suspension of the controversial demolitions taking place throughout the Algarve's Ria Formosa.

Islanders hope the

Aveiro University has proudly announced the grade achieved by blind student Ana Sofia Teixeira in her Master’s degree in clinical psychology and health. Teixeira obtained the maximum 20 points in her dissertation on the suffering of the blind.

Outgoing PSD president of the regional government of Madeira, Alberto João Jardim, has been condemned to pay €4,000 in damages in a civil action taken out by former opponent Gil da Silva Canha whom he accused of being involved in a Venezuelan

News that former PJ inspector Paulo Pereira Cristóvão has been arrested for armed robbery - suspected of being part of a gang which raided people’s homes, posing as policemen in order to steal gold and valuables - has raised more questions than

Portugal’s billionaires are still billionaires but have dropped hundreds of spots on Forbes magazine’s latest ‘Billionaire List’.

According to Forbes, Portugal’s richest man - ‘cork king’ Américo Amorim (€3.9 billion) - dropped from 267th

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