Tuesday, 25 July 2017
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Portuguese prefer shopping in the market and high streetPortugal is six from the bottom of the European league for customers buying on line.

Vila Real delays in justiceThe Portuguese state has paid compensation of over €1 million as requested by the European Court of Human Rights for "moral damages" to 217 victims of slow justice.

Culatra island

The newly elected Mayor of Faro, Rogério Bacalhau, is determined to legalise the illegal houses of Culatra and the helipad that was built without permission or license.

Chinese tourists, teething problems...When two Chinese tourists tried to pay their hotel bill with one-euro coins, the police were called.

MadridMadrid suffered a drop in tourists this summer, while other parts of Spain saw numbers rise.

Ireland says goodbyeIreland is poised to exit its EU-IMF bailout programme, but plans to keep its austerity measures in place, according to analysts.

Complaints upConsumer credit, mortgages and deposit accounts are the areas that have received the most complaints by customers so far this year.

Bar Association slow and inefficientPortugal’s Bar Association has expelled the grand total of 13 lawyers in the past 60 months, mainly for fraud and for stealing client funds.