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cannabisAurora Cannabis Inc has announced it is to acquire a 51% in Gaia Pharm Lda., to establish a facility to produce medical cannabis and derivative products in Portugal.

The company will be renamed Aurora Portugal Lda after Infarmed* approved an application to construct a compliant cannabis cultivation facility. The deal is consistent with Aurora's strategy to get into markets as they develop.

pvPortugal’s government has approved its 2018-2027 plan to strengthen its electricity distribution grid to cater for a significant increase in renewable energy supply.

João Matos Fernandes, Portugal’s environment minister has announced a solar production auction to take place in the summer when 1.75 GW of capacity will be up for grabs as part of the government’s energy transition programme.

Manuel GodinhoHe’s been dodging the sentence for years, but time finally appears to be up for Manuel Godinho, the ‘Scrap Metal King of Ovar’ and key player in the Face Oculta investigation that is at last seeing ‘all those condemned’ filing into the country’s jails.

Aveiro court has reportedly issued a warrant for Godinho’s arrest, with the order that he must pay the State €350,000 within the next 10 days.

Ppalaces, castles, old barracks and convents to be transformed to house university studentsIt’s a brave new plan to create ‘affordable accommodation’ for the nation’s students increasingly squeezed out of the rentals market due to Portugal’s tourist ‘boom’.

An old army barracks, a palace, a convent, former youth hostels and even the old headquarters of the education ministry are among State-owned buildings to be transformed over the next 10 years to create a new pool of student accommodation.

wavesRoughDespite a general warning from the National Maritime Authority not to swim in the sea (HERE), a corpse was found by tourists on Monday, at Meia Praia, Lagos, reports Faro's District Relief Operations Command.

The alert was received at 3:27 pm. A medical emergency team, Lagos bombeiros, the Maritime Authority were soon at the scene but the victim had been in the water for around two days.

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