Tag Archives: 'Lisbon'
To celebrate its 80 years of existence, Conserveira is inviting Portuguese artists to take part in a project called ‘Music with Tins’.
By Magda Wallmont
The rise in May was seen both in new houses and older properties, according to an index based on information from more than 1,400 real estate agents released on Thursday.
The arrival of summer has sent temperatures soaring in continental Portugal, with Lisbon surpassing 35C.
Friday, 21 June: According to “Público”, CDS-PP leader and Minister of State and Foreign Affairs Paulo Portas is reassessing the party’s presence in the coalition government. According to the daily, his message will be made clear at the party’s next congress in July, where six global motions will be discussed.
Nicolás Maduro, the president of Venezuela, closed his official visit to Portugal late Tuesday with the signing of 14 bilateral agreements.
Tuesday, 17 June: “Diário Económico” reports that the Portuguese and Finnish prime ministers have sent the European Commission and the European Central Bank a joint letter, to attempt to solve the problem of bank financing in Europe, mainly affecting small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).
The strike began late Wednesday and is expected to continue until Friday morning. Lisbon bus company Carris was running more services, particularly between Cais do Sodré and Campo Grande.
Friday 24, May: Weekly “Sol” reports that the Constitutional Court and the government are on collision course, as the head judge has threatened to reject the coalition’s new cost-cutting measures presented as alternatives to those the institution ruled against early this year included in the 2013 state budget.
Javier Gandara told Lusa the British low-cost company “expected to expand its presence in Lisbon and Portugal”, where it is now the second biggest operator.