The organisation that looks after the world’s whales, has begun its annual meeting in Madeira.
The crunch issue – the number of animals allowed
The Socialist Party led by Portugal’s Prime Minister Jose Socrates looks to have been dealt a severe blow by the centre-right.
The partial results
More than 50,000 teachers have been marching through the streets of Lisbon to protest against the socialist government’s plans to shake up Portugal’s
Portugal has begun its campaigning for the European Parliamentary elections. Only eight percent of the Portuguese know the ballot for them will be
Urgent talks involving politicians, local groups and the police are underway in Portugal, after a third night of rioting outside Lisbon. At least
This year, out of more than 800 cartoons from 72 countries entered for the 5th “World Press Cartoon” competition, the Grand Prix was won by Mexican
The museum at Porto in northern Portugal features the work of the Welsh artist Bethan Huws – deeply rooted in the beginnings of modern art.And the
Angolan President Jose Eduardo Dos Santos has begun his first state visit to Portugal, hoping to boost trade with the former colonial power which is
Portugal has offered to support Guinea-Bissau following the murder of its president and the violence that led to the death of the armed forces chief
Two aspects of art in Portugal with the reopening after two years of renovations of the St Roque Museum in Lisbon, with an exhibition of Portuguese
Born into a wealthy middle-class family 100 years ago, Manoel de Oliveira’s ambition was always to be an actor. But the arrival of the movies changed
Portuguese teachers have taken to the streets across the country to protest against a new teacher evaluation plan. Unions argue the project will
The tribute to Manoel de Oliveira was the highlight of the last day of the Évora International Short Film Festival in Portugal.
The FIKE international short film festival is in its seventh year, bringing a buzz to the historical Portuguese town of Evora. Fifty four films
The trial in Portugal of the six men and a woman accused of the sexual abuse of children while in state care is drawing to a close.
The scandal of
A busy 12 months of elections has kicked off in Portugal with regional polls in the Azores, that have been won by the Socialist party.
The President of Portugal has interrupted his holidays to make a televised address to the nation, in which he criticized a law reforming the
Campus Party in Spain is the biggest electronic entertainment event in the world. And in Portugal, work on replacing silicon with paper in chips
Portugal has linked up with French carmaker Renault and its Japanese partner Nissan to boost the use of electric cars by creating a national
Police in Portugal are to close the inquiry into the disappearance of British girl Madeleine McCann, according to local media reports. Two Portuguese