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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

Two teenage thieves who led police officers to their deaths on a high-speed rail link between Sacavém and Bobadela last week have ducked a second court appearance and are “not complying with their bail conditions”.

Whether this means that

The Portuguese government has confirmed that the 18-year-old Portuguese transsexual who was facing charges of “transvestism” in Dubai and had been ordered to pay a €478 fine is expected to return to Portugal “very soon”.

According to

Buses in the United States capital of Washington DC will have Portuguese ads on them for the first three weeks of March.

It’s all part of an advertising campaign to get the word out about the ‘Iberian Suite’, an event currently taking

The cost of olive oil in Portugal is set to rise as throughout the world harvests have been registering “significant falls”.

Bearer of the bad news was Mariana Matos, secretary-general of Casa do Azeite, Portugal’s association of olive oil

Five clear months before Portugal goes to the polls for its next round of legislative elections, the international press has described prime minister Pedro Passos Coelho as “upbeat” over his party’s chances of being returned to power. But as

As stories of the barbarity of Islamic State continue to revolt the civilised world, a 21-year-old whose family lives in Sagres has become the latest statistic in the little-publicised backlash - people who travel to Syria to take-up arms against

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