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British holidaymakers have queried Portugal’s ‘security levels’ after a 40-year-old man was able to fly out of Faro airport on an easyJet flight using his brother’s passport.

Steven Wilson picked up 43-year-old brother Carl ’s passport by

Two of the region’s hottest topics are to be addressed by Euro MPs José Inácio Faria and Caroline Bearder in Portimão and Faro on Friday May 13.

The two sessions - scheduled to start at 11am (Fracking - Portimão) and 5pm (Brexit - Faro) -

Somewhere in the mayhem of post-funeral sorting, the relatives of rock legend Prince - who died so suddenly last month - will find a Portuguese guitar.

According to music magazine Rolling Stone, the pop icon kept it on one of the walls of

Bit by bit over the coming month, SNS (national health) patients waiting for a first consultation for any speciality can opt to choose a State hospital where the speciality exists. Just as the government promised, Portugal’s new health shake-up

President of the Republic Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa has revealed his pessimism over the European and global economy just as the Bank of Portugal has published new data to show the nation’s public debt skyrocketed by 1.7 billion euros from February

Estoril’s legendary haunted castle, Castelinho de São João - on the seaside Marginal avenue - is looking for a new owner. On the market for €3.5 million – “with no extra charge” for the resident ghosts – it has a tragic history. A child is

A new PJ swoop on suspect operations at the nation’s premier football clubs got underway on Tuesday, allegedly looking into the sale of players to União de Leiria from Benfica, Sporting and Sporting de Braga. According to initial reports,

With temperatures reaching around 30º in a number of districts today, ISN - the institute of lifesaving and shipwrecks - has warned that many beaches will be without lifeguards for another month. According to ISN, in the Lisbon area only Cascais

With the government’s unpopular ISP tax on fuel products in effect since February 12, data for March - the first full month with ISP in effect - shows that the State benefitted to the tune of 2.6 million euros per day. Apetro, the Portuguese

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