Thursday, 30 March 2017
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More pain in SpainThe demolition of ‘illegal’ houses in Andalusia is picking up pace again.

Aguas do AlgarveA ‘technical meeting’ arranged in Albufeira by Águas do Algarve has resulted in praise for the quality of its tap water.

Rhino chippingGame poaching in Kenya has become so aggravated that the authorities are to microchip every rhino in the country.

Cour de CassationThe Church of Scientology has had its appeal against a fraud conviction quashed by a top court in France.

Money changing hands againConsumer spending is on the up in the UK with retail sales at their highest level since the recession hit in 2008.

Car sales to slump further"We feel wronged, frustrated and angry,” as yet again the car sector takes the brunt in the budget.

Social unrest predicted "Being without hope is socially dangerous," says the leader of Portugal’s employers' confederation.

Maria Luis AlberquerqueFinance Minister, Maria Luis Albuquerque, announced the main points of her proposed 2014 budget this week, saying that there was no plan B if the Constitutional Court found against any of her fundraising or cost-cutting schemes.