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On the face of it, it’s very clear that ‘get tough’ rules on water and gas emissions meters come into effect tomorrow (Friday April 28), and that non-compliance could lead to hefty new fines....

No amount of back-tracking, bravado or anything else seems capable of saving Eurogroup president Jeroen Dijsselbloem from being forced to fall on his sword as a result of those unfortunate remarks...

French astronaut Thomas Pesquet wowed social media this week with stunning photographs of Portugal taken from Outer Space to celebrate Liberty Day last Tuesday.

Pesquet shared a full...

With the ‘streamlining’ of State bank Caixa Geral de Depósitos ongoing, one community has shown that it’s not taking the nationwide policy of closures lying down.

The deputy mayor and other...

Liberty Day’s horror in Matosinhos which left a four-year-old disfigured from an attack on a public street by a Rottweiler that was not on a lead, nor muzzled, was only the first of a series of...

Controversy over Portugal’s measles ‘epidemic’ (more cases confirmed since January than in the last eight years) has ratcheted up exponentially since 17-year-old Inês Sampaio died in hospital in...

Brace yourselves for a new ‘on board’ disgrace to be splashed over social media.

According to reports this morning, a British couple en-route from Gatwick, UK, to Jamaica on a British...

Called to give an up-to-date overview on the measles epidemic currently threatening Europe, health boss Francisco George upped the ante yesterday, criticising the “bizarre and hippie” attitude of...

Municipal elections this autumn see the return of a number of ‘old chestnuts’ which Correio da Manhã dubs “dinosaurs”, among them former mayor of Oeiras Isaltino Morais - dogged by lawsuits for...

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