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Less than 24 hours since the government announced its decision to ride roughshod over the will of the people and sanction oil drilling off the Algarve coast, ‘expert’ campaigners have been...

Portugal’s struggling data protection commission claims it is too broke to comply with GDPR, the controversial new EU regulation which comes into effect next week (May 25).

Indeed, it’s too...

A fair promoting vegetarian and vegan diets will be held this Saturday (May 19) at Faro’s cultural and musicians association (ARCM).

As the association explains: “Vegetarianism has been...

It took around two hours to free some of the 14 British holidaymakers who were injured in yesterday’s horrific accident on the Algarve’s A22 motorway involving a bus and a concrete mixer truck....

The “alarmist message” was inadvertently texted to householders yesterday as telecommunications operator Altice tested its new system to alert people to approaching forest fires.

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Portugal may have come bottom when it came to its national entry, but last week’s Eurovision Song Contest saw the country winning in every other way: hotels, guest houses, Airbnb’s, restaurants,...

The headlines say one thing, the truth is another. After yesterday’s announcement that drilling for oil and natural gas will be going ahead without any kind of environmental impact study,...

The final deception, in anti-oil campaigners eyes, was spelled out by Portugal’s environmental agency APA this afternoon: the government entity can see no reason for a study into the environmental...

His name is “Robert”, he is a baby pygmy hippopotamus that was born last month at Lagos Zoo, and not only is he adorable, he is bringing great hope to the conservation of the species.

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