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Blood donation is “a national cause”, President Marcelo announced today, marking the 60th anniversary of the IPST (Portuguese institute for blood and transplants) by giving blood himself.

Refusing to be drawn on the 37th congress of the

The controversy raging over pollution of the Tejo river took on a new twist yesterday (Thursday) when “administrative proceedings” were opened into the ETAR (water treatment plant) at Abrantes.

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It is being criticised for its “technocratic, evasive language”, but possibly the worst of proposals for the revision of Faro’s PDM (municipal development plan) is that they look as though they are opening the way for a “new barrier of eyesores

It is ‘a scenario from the Third World’, admits mayor Francisco Amaral, but the borough of Castro Marim is slowly but surely being pulled out of the Dark Ages when it comes to water supplies for 32 inland communities.

For a cost of €3.2

Changes to the State School curriculum will see the introduction of Mandarin Chinese (for beginners) across the board in secondary schools as well as regular testing in Physical Education from the 8th grade.

Up till now, PE has not been a

Good news at last for the tiny wetland of Alagoas Brancas under threat of being ‘concreted over’ to make way for “yet another shopping centre”.

MPs have overwhelmingly approved a proposal recommending that the government “takes all

The tragic death of a homeless 35-year-old Portuguese former model is inflaming public opinion in the UK where the number of people living on the streets “has increased for seven consecutive years”.

For now, the dead man’s identity has not

The Portuguese government is to start informing national businesses of the “investment opportunities in Iraq”.

The war-shattered country requires almost €90 billion for its reconstruction, secretary of state for foreign affairs and

Big Brother in the form of CCTV street cameras is about to start moving in on the Algarve.

Tabloid Correio da Manhã reports that by the end of this year, systems should be up and running in Portimão, Olhão and Faro.

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