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A group of local drivers, the self-styled "Users of the EN124" have decided that enough is enough and are to stage a slow drive-by this Saturday.
The court action lodged by Olhão council that caused the suspension of the demolition process on the Ria Formosa island of Culatra has been rejected by the High Court.
A report into the seasonality of tourism commissioned by airports operator ANA has resulted in a 35 action point plan to improve and promote the Algarve’s walking and cycling routes.
The Algarve mayors are in danger of becoming wildly popular as they have grouped together, even Faro Mayor Rogério Bacahlau, to demand the immediate suspension of demolitions on the Algarve’s Ria Formosa islands.
The Algarve mayors group, AMAL, decided as one to take the anti-oil fight to Portugal’s courts to get the exploration licences covering onshore and offshore blocks annulled.
The Minister of Health is coming to Faro on Friday to celebrate today's appointment of a new board for the Algarve region’s public hospital service and to discuss with mayors how it all went so wrong.
We now have answers, of a sort, to the pending questions over the Algarve’s railway line as the Minister of Equipment and Infrastructure, Pedro Marques, faced Social Democrat MP Cristóvão Norte at an parliamentary meeting for infrastructure investment.
The Greens have met one of the anti-oil campaign groups battling to save the Algarve from becoming an oil production zone and has concluded that in no way do the contracts, signed by the government with several oil companies, represent the public interest.