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Portuguese airports see highest numbers of passengers on record

Portuguese airports see highest numbers of passengers on recordPortuguese Gross Domestic Product (GDP) increased 1.8% in the second quarter of this year, having progressed 0.5% in year-on-year terms, keeping pace with the previous quarter, the National Institute of Statistics (INE) revealed on Wednesday. This means that Portugal is growing at a faster rate than the European Union average of 1.3% and even more relative to Eurozone countries (only 1.1%).

aro Beach shut down after E. Coli scare

Faro Beach shut down after E. Coli scareFaro beach has been reopened today after a new analysis "has ensured that the waters are of the desired quality for swimming", announced Faro Council this morning.

The municipality revealed that “the red flag was removed and the green flag was raised”, which, in a note published on the council’s Facebook page, “attests to the excellent quality of Faro Beach, as a summer area that rigorously meets the most demanding requirements and environmental criteria.” Seemingly conveying that they are fully confident that the destination is safe for the thousands of families who choose it as a place to spend their holidays.

Canadian company begins producing medical cannabis in Alentejo

Canadian company begins producing medical cannabis in AlentejoCanadian company Tilray has revealed that it has leased 20 hectares of land near Évora to an agricultural company by the name of Esporão, in order to produce medicinal cannabis, which was planted last month, in July. The agreement for these 20 hectares of outdoor land in the Alentejo, signed between Tilray Portugal, a subsidiary of the Canadian company, and Esporão, was revealed last week.

Far-right conference draws massive protests in Lisbon

Far-right conference draws massive protests in LisbonNova Ordem Social group organized the conference of the far-right parties consisted of only 65 people from all over Europe.

Hundreds of people walked across the main streets of Lisbon at the weekend protesting against the conference of far-right parties, organized by the Portuguese Nova Ordem Social. There were only about 65 people from all over Europe, "the seats were empty, signaling the lack of popularity of the far-right in Portugal," stated a Reuters report.

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