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Disgraced Portimão Urbis boss back in public office

After the bombshell last summer that saw Portimão’s deputy mayor and a local councillor arrested with three others on charges of corruption, mismanagement of funds, money-laundering and criminal...

Crisis sparks increase in psychological harassment at work

Complaints of psychological harassment at work have been growing since the start of the crisis - despite the fact that victims "are more afraid" of whistleblowing for fear of losing their jobs....

FATACIL to enter new cycle in 2014

Working well in advance, organisers of Lagoa’s popular FATACIL fair, commemorating 35 years in 2014, have announced a new “management model” for the event in a bid to make it more profitable for...

Reaching out to the British community in Pombal

Event Postponed to Spring 2014

Due to the low number of registrations for this event the British Consulate has decided to postpone the presentations until the New Year. Watch this page...

Lunch with the Secretary of State for Economy

Leonardo Mathias, Secretary of State Assistant to the Minister and for Economy, will be the speaker at a lunch-debate on Tuesday, December 10 at the Corinthia Hotel Lisbon from 12.15pm.

The...

Charity concert in aid of Down’s Syndrome association

A charity concert by the Orquestra Clássica do Sul (former Algarve Orchestra) and featuring baritone Rui Baeta is taking place on Friday, December 6, at the Teatro das Figuras in Faro, at 9.30pm...

Portugal is to organise the first ever European Surfski Championships concurrently with the Europen Masters Cup.

The event, involving over 300 competitors representing 30 countries, is due...

Security of schoolchildren in Faro is at risk because the number of janitors watching over them has been cut to breaking point. This is a problem affecting most schools in Portugal.

Who...

Water treatment plants blamed for Ria Formosa’s shellfishing doldrums

News that shellfish production areas in the Ria Formosa have been ‘downgraded’ has met with anger and frustration from beleaguered shellfishermen. They claim the molluscs and bivalves their...

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