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With hundreds of thousands of women marching worldwide against the new “grab-them-by the-pussy” President of the United States, demonstrations in Portugal were a much more muted affair.

In Lisbon, the Marcha das Mulheres mustered not much

Once again threatened by the spectre of demolitions, Ria Formosa islanders were buoyed up today by a visit from PCP leader Jerónimo de Sousa, alongside one of their most tireless supporters, Algarve PCP MP Paulo Sá.

Said campaigner Vanessa

A young Portuguese filmmaker is possibly the first person to upload a film in English on the practice of ‘forced adoptions’ threatening 154 Portuguese families living in the UK.

Catarina Rodrigues’ “The Ones Who Fight” can be found on

Late 2020 is the deadline for a €32 million project to electrify the entirety of the Algarve’s railway line, announced this morning (January 20) by Portugal’s Infrastructure and Planning Minister.

The works will take place between Tunes

Nationalities and people’s reasons for buying properties and moving to Portugal are increasing all the time.

In 2015, buyers from 26 countries decided to move to Portugal. Last year that total leapt by 65% to 43.

So says real estate

With the world today anticipating the inaugural address of the 45th president of the United States, Portugal’s president Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa sent out a special message to Donald Trump.

Visiting Lisbon’s naval base at Alfeite, he said

Three Portuguese living in Angola, Luxembourg and Venezuela died horrifically this week in cold-blooded murders that have yet to see any arrests.

Twenty-five-year-old nanny Ana Lopes was the first to disappear, in the early hours of Monday

Environmentalists and birding enthusiasts are in a desperate race against time to stop diggers “destroying” one of Lagoa’s last wetland areas - home to “hundreds of birds” and said to have inspired the town’s own name.

Mechanical diggers

In the grip of freezing temperatures now, Lisbon planners are all too well aware how things will change.

The council is today (Friday) presenting its ‘adaption strategy’ to the challenges posed by climate change.

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