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Lisbon councillor Manuel Salgado has confirmed that low-cost flights may soon start landing at Montijo’s airbase, which could serve as a “backup airport” to the capital’s main Portela airport.

Salgado explained that Portela airport is

As the EC quota system designed to spread African migrants across member states continues to cause controversy, Expresso newspaper reveals Portugal may be asked to triple the initial proposed quota, from 704 to 2,200. The justification is that

Never stuck for a good venue to take their protests, the association of indignant and mislead commercial paper holders - made up of thousands who lost life savings in the BES carve-up - donned masks depicting ECB boss Mario Draghi and Governor of

Project “Explicas-me” is a new online service that gives free tuition to the nation’s students while giving teachers a chance to show what they are worth. For a €2 outlay, educators are coming on board, answering questions on their chosen

A walk along the coast turned to nightmare for a 43-year-old tourist who sustained “serious injuries” after falling from a cliff onto rocks below near the Monte Carvoeiro complex on Tuesday evening (May 26).

Lagoa firefighters were called

Environment minister Jorge Moreira da Silva - already dubbed Public Enemy No 1 for trying to push through the demolition of hundreds of families’ homes - is yet again in hot water for the lack of success of the government’s pledge that 500,000

In jail for six months, Operation Marquês defendant Carlos Santos Silva has at last been told he can be fitted with an electronic bracelet and serve the remainder of time waiting for police to wind up the corruption probe at his home in Lisbon.

Tivoli Hotels & Resorts and the André Jordan group are organising the 9th Duke of Edinburgh Cup, bringing the event’s Portuguese qualifying rounds to the Ocêanico Victoria Golf Course in Vilamoura on May 30.

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A two-year investigation by Greenpeace Africa has implicated Portugal in the illicit trade of “blood wood” from the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). The wood that has been felled against forestry legislation - destroying habitats as well

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