An international study led by researcher Pedro Costa of the University of Coimbra (UC) announced today that heavy metals and microplastics are some of the pollutants detected on the Algarve continental shelf.
Portugal remains the European Union (EU) country with the most new cases of Covid per million inhabitants in the last seven days, and is second in the world according to this indicator.
The soaring cost of living because of record-breaking inflation rates is bad enough in itself, but there are a couple of other rather sneaky economic things to worry about too.
A baby girl was born in a car in the parking area of Faro Hospital, outside the Emergency Room, at around 19:30 on Monday evening.
Yesterday, the private healthcare group HPA Saúde officially signed a collaboration agreement with Taviclínica Médica, in Tavira.
The GNR have arrested two people “in the middle of the A22 motorway, near Loulé” and seized more than 39 kilograms of hashish and 255 doses of cocaine.
Mayors of six municipalities in the Alentejo and Algarve regions have asked for the “postponement” of the process of transferring powers to the National Association of Portuguese Municipalities (ANMP), from which they demand a “more prominent” intervention in the defense of local power.
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- Thermometers will reach close to 40 degrees in the Algarve
- Covid-19: Vaccination schedule to resume in September
- Agreement reached for fairer minimum wages in the European Union
- The number of monkeypox cases in Portugal rises to 166
- Portimão: Council worker dies after being run over by a forklift