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Migrant centre will respond to 6,000 foreigners

By TPN/Lusa, In News, Central - 15 May, 12h00
The Local Centre for Migrants Integration (CLAIM) of Leiria has been was inaugurated in the City Hall building and will respond to about six thousand foreigners resident in the county. Read more

EIB and UCI join forces to finance sustainable housing projects

In News, Business, Property - 15 May, 08h00
The European Investment Bank (EIB) and Portugal’s UCI union of real estate credits have joined forces to drive the renovation of buildings in... Read more

Algarve rated as cheapest destination in Europe

By TPN, In News, Tourism, Algarve - 14 May, 18h30
As Portugal opens up for non-essential travel for tourists from the UK, a new survey has deemed the Algarve as the cheapest destination in Europe for... Read more

No need to wear a mask depends on vaccine coverage and virus transmission

By TPN/Lusa, In News, COVID-19, World - 14 May, 18h06
Waiving the use of a mask should only be considered when there is good coverage of vaccination against covid-19 and a reduced transmission of the... Read more
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TPN Exclusives

When Breath Becomes Air Paperback by Paul Kalanithi

By Sandra Pereira, In Arts & Lifestyle, Books - 14 May, 01h00
“I would have to learn to live in a different way, seeing death as an imposing itinerant visitor but knowing that even if I’m dying, until I actually die, I’m still living” Read more
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Are you looking for a unique hobby? How about winemaking?

By Advertiser, In Algarve, Vineyards - 14 May, 17h00
The new Winemaker Experience from Quinta dos Vales gives wine lovers the perfect opportunity to make their own wine from their own vineyard, right here in the Algarve. Read more
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Travel insurance roulette

By Advertiser, In Business, Tourism - 14 May, 11h38
It is worth reiterating the value of travel insurance and when it should be arranged as people may travel for winter sports, winter cruises or a trip to warmer climes, in particular Florida or the Caribbean, and these are usually booked a long time in advance, but up to one in five travellers still goes away without any form of insurance. Read more
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