With the country still locked in a painful austerity drive to cut the public deficit, the Portuguese government has come up with a plan to reduce
A group of eight Portuguese photographers and a director have embarked on a project to document the last three years under the strict economic rules
A small drawing of a kangaroo could play a big role in rewriting Australian history, it’s emerged.
The image of the marsupial is contained in a
Video footage has emerged of the huge waves that have been pummelling Europe’s Atlantic coastline.
In Spain three people from the same family were
It is the busiest time of year for businesses and customers: the Christmas rush and then the New Year sales in many countries. But how many of us
Working on the land is considered by many to be a low status job. Farm workers generally earn low wages for hard labour and tend to have limited
Is Angola replacing Portugal with China as its main trade partner? Amid a political row over allegations of Angolan money laundering in Portugal, the
Before the 1974 revolution, drug use was not a major issue in Portugal. The previous reign of an authoritarian dictatorship between 1926
Learning World takes a look at the educational benefits for those who engage in volunteer work. There is no doubt that volunteers pass on vital
In this edition of Utalk, Daniel from Portugal asks: “How can we increase austerity measures to solve the crisis without sacrificing the middle class
These days many educational projects are adapting their methods for sick children. If a child has to live in a sterile environment for example, how
Portugal’s coalition government is unravelling after Paulo Portas, the leader of the CDS-PP party resigned as foreign minister.
He quit in protest
Portugal is going through a serious economic crisis. First quarter results show a four per cent contraction on the same period 12 months ago, it
A highly symbolic song from Portugal’s democratic revolution almost 40 years ago is again being sung loudly after two years of austerity measures
At the Ria de Aveiro Lagoon in Portugal the day starts early for European scientists as they set out to gather samples.
The lagoon offers a rich
Officials in Brussels admit it is a problem they must tackle: how to close the big distance between the European Union and its citizens. In these
On the question of how to close the distance between the EU and its citizens, and to get them to fully use their European rights, Euronews spoke to
“No one will be sheltered from austerity” – that was the message from Ireland’s prime minister as he unveiled a four-year financial plan of cuts in
Portugal’s parliament has passed the country’s largest tax hike package in decades.
The changes form part of Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho’s
As the spending cuts slash deep, education systems in the EU are being confronted with enormous challenges.
Students are responding to the crisis
It has been announced that struggling Portuguese Bank BPI will be recapitalised. The news was warmly welcomed by investors on Monday in Lisbon
The queues outside African and South American consulates in Lisbon are getting longer by the day as more Portuguese are hoping to try their luck
The situation at the Federacao food bank in Lisbon is just one example of the tough economic situation in Portugal. The operation helps the poor by
The financial crisis has hit Portugal hard and highlights the influence the financial markets have on government – and by extension on
There is rising anger from workers fed up with wave after wave of austerity cuts. The street battles and the battles in the halls of power show a
Euronews travelled to ITB Berlin, the world’s leading travel trade show, to speak to representatives from countries worldwide and get a first-hand