Portugal’s victory against Denmark in the UEFA Euro 2012 is the lead story in Portuguese newspapers this Thursday. Other headlines are focusing on news that the reform of the intelligence services has been delayed for after the summer, and national banks are already preparing contingency plans for a Greek exit of the eurozone.
«How ADSE is killing public hospitals», is the cover story of this week’s newsmagazine Visão, writing about the healthcare system for public servants ADSE, explaining that people working in the public sector pay less in private hospitals than in public hospitals, enjoying top benefits. The magazine also reveals that the social security scheme for public servants is about to end.
«The advice of this year’s four most successful diets» is the lead story in this week’s edition of Sábado. The newsmagazine shows how to lose 2 to 8 kilos in one month, quoting tips from the most famous diet books in the world.
«Portugal resists in the Euro», reports Público about Portugal’s victory (3-2) in Wednesday’s Euro 2012 match against Denmark. The daily newspaper says the game will be remembered for Varela’s performance and Ronaldo’s lack of verve.
Correio da Manhã
«Varela kicks the crisis», writes Correio da Manhã, highlighting the FC Porto player’s performance during the match against Denmark in the UEFA Euro 2012. The daily newspaper says the victory gives the national squad hope.
Diário de Notícias
«Intelligence services’ reform plan postponed for after the summer», reports Diário de Notícias, explaining that the Social Democrats’ delay in presenting their reform proposal is the main reason behind the postponement. The new rules reinforce the service’s inspection and creates a gap period for those agents who want to leave the intelligence service before working for the private sector.
Jornal de Notícias
«Neither the octopus nor Ronaldo – Portugal», writes Jornal de Notícias on its front page, about the match between Portugal and Denmark in the UEFA Euro 2012. The daily newspaper says the national team overcame Ronaldo’s lack of verve and managed to move on in the European competition.
«Ministry of Health to inspect homes of newborn children», reports i, saying that the government wants to carry out inspections in households where children under four live in order to assess risk factors.
«National banks already have contingency plans for Greek exit», reveals financial Diário Económico writing about the euro crisis, days before the much anticipated national election in Greece. Greek voters will choose their new government on Sunday, a pivotal event for the future of the European country and the eurozone.
Jornal de Negócios
«Qataris and Turks eyeing TAP», reports financial newspaper Jornal de Negócios, about the privatisation of the national flag carrier TAP Air Portugal.
«Goals, emotion and hope», writes A Bola about Wednesday’s match between Portugal and Germany in the UEFA Euro 2012, saying that Varela come off the bench to give Portugal its victory.
«Thanks Varela», reports Record, saying the FC Porto player was key for Portugal’s victory against Denmark in the UEFA Euro 2012.
«Varela only forgives once», writes O Jogo, saying that coache Paulo Bento called the FC Porto player in an emergency tactic which proved key for Portugal’s victory against Denmark.