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Theft of 360 kilograms of carob in Almancil

Six men aged between 20 and 62 were identified on Monday on suspicion of stealing 360 kilograms of carob in Almancil, in the...
By PA/TPN, In News, Portugal, Algarve, Crime

Northern Europe importing products from extensive Portuguese agriculture

By TPN/Lusa, In Europe, Environment

Serra da Estrela turned to ash after 11 days of fire

By TPN/Lusa, In News, Central

Fighting airport pollution in Faro

By Paula Martins, In News, Algarve

Fifty municipalities at maximum risk of fire

By TPN/Lusa, In News

Update: Arrested couple taken to Madrid court

By TPN/Lusa, In Crime, News

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Family loses their home due to fire

A family was left homeless in the Covilhã municipality after their house was hit by a fire.
By TPN/Lusa, In News, Portugal, Central

More than 300% increase in the number of passengers at airports

The number of passengers circulating in Portuguese airports rose by 344 percent during the...
By TPN/Lusa, In Tourism, News, Portugal

Road safety campaign launched today

By TPN/Lusa, In News


Maximum fire risk across Portugal

By TPN/Lusa, In News, Portugal



Police crack down on speeding

By TPN/Lusa, In News, Portugal

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Fighting airport pollution in Faro

A petition has been launched two weeks ago against airport pollution to change the flight path for departure heading north from...
By Paula Martins, In News, Algarve

Will Porto be the main terminal for international rail services?

The delays in developing the high-speed rail link between Madrid and Lisbon would seem...
By Paul Luckman, In Opinion Pieces

Portuguese association makes Mozambique healthier

By Bruno G. Santos, In Health, World, Portugal

History of Keys

By Marilyn Sheridan, In Curiosity

Politics

PM analysing tax on extraordinary profits

The Prime Minister has said that the Government is studying a tax on extraordinary profits, but warned that the Portuguese...
By TPN/Lusa, In News, Portugal, Politics, Business

Évora pest plague “political opportunism”

The Évora PCP party has accused the local PSD party of using the topic of urban pests...
By TPN/Lusa, In News, Portugal, Politics, Alentejo




Marcelo only stood for second term because of the pandemic

By TPN/Lusa, In News, Portugal, Politics

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Portugal: “one of the most digitalised countries in Europe”

By Paula Martins, In Portugal, Business

Crime

Wanted couple arrested for service station robberies

Spanish National Police have detained the Portuguese couple wanted by the authorities on suspicion of being related to at least...
By TPN/Lusa, In News, Portugal, Crime

Escobar’s pilot, crypto fraud and Portugal

The Federal Police of Brazil has linked a former pilot of the late Colombian drug baron...
By TPN, In News, Crime, South America

Croatian supporters found causing disturbances in Guimarães

By TPN/Lusa, In News, Portugal, Crime




Opinion
Opinion PiecesLetters

Ukraine War: Mother May I?

“This obviously does not happen because of a thrown butt,” said British Defense Minister Ben Wallace. But the Russian...
By Gwynne Dyer, In Opinion

Afghanistan: Down the Memory Hole

It’s only one year since the fall of Kabul last August* and everybody in the countries...
By Gwynne Dyer, In Opinion

Taiwan: Nancy Pelosi’s Last Hurrah

By Gwynne Dyer, In Opinion

James Lovelock: Darwin’s Heir

By Gwynne Dyer, In Opinion

The history of Frango Piri Piri - Where does it come from?

By Paul Luckman, In Opinion, Curiosity

Tunisia: The Last Arab Democracy Goes Under

By Gwynne Dyer, In Opinion, World


Monkeypox is a Reminder

By Gwynne Dyer, In Opinion


Let's go down to the betting shop. It's Sunak vs Truss - and it's GAME ON!

By Douglas Hughes, In Opinion


Is bottled water the biggest scam of the century?

By Paul Luckman, In Opinion

Education

6 Portuguese universities among best in the world

Six Portuguese universities were included among the 1,000 best in the world in the Shanghai Ranking, with Harvard appearing at the...
By TPN/Lusa, In News, Portugal, Education

Government accused of discrimination against foreign students

The Portuguese Association of Private Higher Education (APESP) has accused the Government...
By TPN/Lusa, In News, Portugal, Education




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Spain brings in drastic energy saving measures

The "Energy Savings and Management Shock Plan" states that spaces with air conditioning...
By TPN/Lusa, In News, Environment, Europe




Other News Articles

Fishing licenses renewals begin in September

The automatic procedure for renewing fishing licenses for 2023 starts on September 15.
By TPN/Lusa, In News, Business, Portugal

Sale of alcohol to minors doubles

The sale of alcohol to minors doubled during the pandemic, according to a report by...
By TPN, In News, Portugal

44% drop in available rooms to rent drives up prices

Fewer rooms available to rent in Portugal has led to a rise in prices in almost all...
By TPN, In Portugal, News, Property

Drought situation becoming more “normal”

Over the last 20 years, only six have had rainfall levels considered to be “normal”,...
By TPN/Lusa, In News, Portugal

4.5 magnitude Algarve earthquake

An earthquake measuring 4.5 on the Richter scale was recorded today at 21:20, with an...
By TPN/Lusa, In News, Portugal, Algarve

Rail strike disturbances begin tonight

By TPN/Lusa, In News, Portugal

119 arson suspects detained this year

By TPN/Lusa, In News, Portugal