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Amnesty International accuses drugmakers of fueling human rights crisis

Amnesty International today accused the pharmaceutical groups that produce vaccines against covid-19 of fueling an...
By TPN/Lusa, In News, COVID-19 - 26 Sep, 15:44

São João Hospital to increase the number of ICU beds

By TPN/Lusa, In News, Health - 26 Sep, 14:41

Marcelo avoiding municipal interference

President defends vaccines as a public good and condemns isolationism

By TPN/Lusa, In News - 26 Sep, 13:40

Global vaccination rate target of 70% by 2022

By TPN/Lusa, In News - 26 Sep, 11:00

85% total vaccination by months end

By TPN/Lusa, In COVID-19, News - 26 Sep, 10:00

Union says schools short on teachers

By TPN/Lusa, In News - 26 Sep, 09:09

Still early closures in Lisbon

By TPN/Lusa, In News - 26 Sep, 01:22

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New rules for Portugal from 1 October

Portugal will move into the final phase of the lifting of restrictions due to Covid-19 on 1 October, with the country moving from...
By TPN/Lusa, In News, COVID-19, Portugal - 24 Sep, 10:05

Portugal heading to the polls

Elections in Portugal will be taking place on 26 September, where Portuguese and expats...
By Paula Martins, In News, Politics - 24 Sep, 09:00

New ease of measures announced

By TPN, In News, COVID-19 - 23 Sep, 17:17

Weather warning continues

By TPN/Lusa, In Portugal, News - 23 Sep, 12:34

Algarve floods

By TPN/Lusa, In News, Algarve - 23 Sep, 11:49


Burger study helps towards masters

By TPN/Lusa, In News, Education - 23 Sep, 10:00


Domestic energy price freeze

By Daisy Sampson, In News, Portugal - 23 Sep, 09:06


Award for Poet Fernando Aguiar

By TPN/Lusa, In News - 22 Sep, 16:00

The Portugal News logo Exclusives

Travelling into the Portuguese past

The Monastery of Batalha, Monastery of Alcobaça, and Convent of Christ –whether you are a history and architecture lover or...
By Paula Martins, In Hidden Gems - 25 Sep, 15:00

Gardening hints for successful veggies

Grow your own, and be proud of it!
By Marilyn Sheridan, In Home & Garden - 25 Sep, 08:00

How healthy is the Portuguese health service?

There can be few articles that have provoked such reader response as the article...
By Paul Luckman, In Opinion Pieces - 24 Sep, 20:00

Who is eyeing up the Portuguese luxury property market?

By Daisy Sampson, In Property - 24 Sep, 17:00

Where to buy property to get a golden visa?

By Paula Martins, In Portugal, News, Property - 24 Sep, 14:00

Politics

Portugal elections: What you need to know

More than 9.3 million voters can vote on Sunday in Portuguese local elections.
By TPN/Lusa, In Portugal, Politics - 25 Sep, 08:12

Costa accused of lying by refinery workers

Workers at the Galp refinery in Matosinhos, which closed in April, have demanded its...
By TPN/Lusa, In Portugal, Politics, Economy, Porto & North - 24 Sep, 15:02

Further easing of restrictions could happen ahead of schedule

In News, COVID-19, Politics - 22 Sep, 09:21

Lisbon

Rio warns of “brutal increase in taxes”

By TPN/Lusa, In Portugal, Politics - 22 Sep, 08:31

Portuguese companies forecasting salary increases

UGT wants minimum wage of €1,000

By TPN/Lusa, In Portugal, Politics - 20 Sep, 08:03


EU criticism of Beijing's interference in Macau based on “lies”

By TPN/Lusa, In World, Politics, Asia - 18 Sep, 10:27


"Fundamental" to move forward with easing of lockdown

By TPN/Lusa, In COVID-19, Politics - 17 Sep, 16:34


Who are the main parties for the local elections?

By Paula Martins, In News, Portugal, Politics - 16 Sep, 13:00

Editor's Choice

Who is eyeing up the Portuguese luxury property market?

By Daisy Sampson, In Property - 24 Sep, 17:00

Where to buy property to get a golden visa?

By Paula Martins, In Portugal, News, Property - 24 Sep, 14:00

From Syrian refugee to Portuguese citizen

By Paula Martins, In News, World, Portugal - 17 Sep, 12:00

Calls to provide free Covid tests for travelling

By Daisy Sampson, In News, Tourism, Europe - 17 Sep, 10:00

Crime

145 defendants in huge tax fraud case

The Court of Santa Maria da Feira, in the district of Aveiro, has begun to try 145 defendants, in a tax fraud case which allegedly...
By TPN/Lusa, In Portugal, Crime, Porto & North - 23 Sep, 16:07

Three more arrested in forced marriage case

Three men suspected of kidnapping a child in Leiria as part of a forced marriage case have...
By TPN/Lusa, In Portugal, Crime - 22 Sep, 16:23

Loulé attempted murder based on “futile reasons”

By TPN/Lusa, In Portugal, Crime, Algarve - 21 Sep, 16:06

The Portuguese man has been sentenced to life imprisonment for the murders.

Two women murdered every month

By TPN/Lusa, In Portugal, Crime - 20 Sep, 17:08

14 years for man accused of killing ex-wife's lover

By TPN/Lusa, In Portugal, Crime, News - 16 Sep, 10:32




Six years for arms trafficker

By TPN/Lusa, In News, Crime - 13 Sep, 18:00

Opinion
Opinion PiecesLetters

Alex Saab Added to List of Venezuelan Government Delegates for Political Discussions in Mexico

According to the Venezuelan government, "the effective participation of Alex Saab in the negotiations as representative of...
By Advertiser, In Opinion - 17 Sep, 09:16

Too Big To Be Equal?

Never mind the destruction of the relatively free society of Hong Kong (no emergency...
By Gwynne Dyer, In Opinion - 11 Sep, 09:00

Has Covid-19 altered future holiday habits?

By Douglas Hughes, In Opinion - 09 Sep, 18:12

Tigray: Sparta in Africa

By Gwynne Dyer, In Opinion - 05 Sep, 13:39

Constitutional Court 7-day delay in decision continues to detain Venezuelan diplomat.

By Advertiser, In Opinion - 02 Sep, 15:23

The great game Africa edition: Cape Verde’s moment

By Advertiser, In Opinion - 01 Sep, 13:57



Islamist Dead-End

By Gwynne Dyer, In Opinion - 27 Aug, 01:00


IPCC Climate Report: The Language of the Scientists

By Gwynne Dyer, In Opinion - 23 Aug, 09:50

Education

The first Boarding School of Inspired Education Group in Portugal, at St. Peter’s International School, is now open

The new boarders and their families attended the opening ceremony, hosted by Nicholas Wergan, Global Education Director of...
By Advertiser, In Education - 21 Sep, 17:07

About 180,000 tests in schools

Around 180,000 teachers and non-teaching school workers were tested for covid-19 between...
By TPN/Lusa, In Portugal, COVID-19, Education - 21 Sep, 14:33

Testing of school personnel reveals "about 1 positive in every 1,000"

By TPN/Lusa, In COVID-19, Education - 18 Sep, 09:37

The Role of Boarding Schools in the Development of More Independent and Altruistic Students

By Advertiser, In Education, News, Lisbon - 17 Sep, 13:00

Strikes mark start of school year

By TPN/Lusa, In News, Education - 14 Sep, 11:13


Universities of Lisbon, Macau and Beijing form alliance to teach Portuguese in China

By TPN/Lusa, In News, Asia, Education - 11 Sep, 12:06


International education in Portugal: more than a trend, it’s an opportunity

By Advertiser, In Education - 03 Sep, 10:28


President highlights the importance of reading

By TPN/Lusa, In News, Education - 02 Sep, 12:00

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Environment
Sustainability Renature

Students holding climate strikes

Students across the country will be on strike today as part of the Fridays for Future movement.
By TPN/Lusa, In Portugal, Environment - 24 Sep, 11:05

Sardines heading north

Researchers at the Centre for Marine and Environmental Sciences (MARE-Ispa) anticipate in...
By TPN/Lusa, In News, Environment - 22 Sep, 15:43

Cruise ship pollution highlighted

By TPN/Lusa, In Environment - 22 Sep, 08:00

Wild boar saved from drowning

By TPN/Lusa, In Environment - 21 Sep, 15:00




Environmentalists denounce radioactive water leak

By TPN/Lusa, In News, Environment, Europe - 11 Sep, 15:15

Other News Articles

Portugal pledges full UN backing

Portugal has pledged its full backing to the UN.
By TPN/Lusa, In News - 22 Sep, 13:00

Vilamoura Marina best in the world

Vilamoura Marina has been distinguished by The Yacht Harbour Association (TYHA) as the...
By TPN/Lusa, In News, Algarve - 22 Sep, 11:00

55,000 pedestrians killed or injured over last decade

In the last decade, 55,097 pedestrians were victims of accidents on Portuguese roads,...
By TPN/Lusa, In News, Portugal - 22 Sep, 10:00

Thunderstorms cause weather warning

Thirteen districts of mainland Portugal will be under a yellow weather warning on Thursday...
By TPN/Lusa, In News, Portugal - 22 Sep, 09:47

Castro Marim fire result “very positive”

Castro Marim fire damage cost millions

The fire in Castro Marim a month ago caused damages of €2.3 million.
By TPN/Lusa, In News, Algarve - 21 Sep, 20:00

Portugal stands with France against AUKUS

The Portuguese Foreign Minister has stated that Australia has “broken commitments”...
By TPN/Lusa, In News, Portugal, Europe, World - 21 Sep, 11:19

Ash from Canaries "Very unlikely" to affect Madeira

By TPN/Lusa, In News, Europe - 20 Sep, 17:32

The Ireland Portugal Business Network (IPBN) Blue Economy Conference

By TPN, In News, Business, Lisbon, Europe - 20 Sep, 13:06

Portugal welcomes more Afghans

By TPN/Lusa, In News, World - 20 Sep, 11:13

Coimbra invests one million euros in transit system

By TPN/Lusa, In News - 19 Sep, 12:00

New water bill debated in parliament

By TPN/Lusa, In News - 19 Sep, 11:00

Santander redundancies pushing ahead

Workers strike over layoffs

By TPN/Lusa, In Company News, News - 19 Sep, 09:00