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The Portugal News

The Portugal News
Type National weekly newspaper
Format Broadsheet
Founded 1977 (1977)
Language English
Website .com.theportugalnewswww

The Portugal News is a national weekly newspaper in English published in Portugal.[1]

History and profile

Established in 1977, The Portugal News is published weekly.[2] The paper is the longest established English-language newspaper still in publication in Portugal. It is politically neutral and carries current comment on the latest political developments each week. News on a local and national level is carried from throughout Portugal, with the aim of keeping expatriate residents and visitors fully informed about Portugal in the English language. In addition the website allows searching several years of editorials, which is useful for researching the country. The Portugal News publishes every Friday and has an audited circulation of over 20,000 copies each week, and the website has over 20,000 unique visitors. There is also an online Events Calendar where events can be freely listed. A fully featured ePaper is also available with every article, photo and advert.


  1. ^ Douglas L. Wheeler; Walter C. Opello (10 May 2010). Historical Dictionary of Portugal. Scarecrow Press. p. 189.  
  2. ^ Portugal and Spain. Britanncia Educational Publishing. 1 June 2013. p. 44.  

External links

  • home pageThe Portugal News
  • history page from the late 1970s and 1980sThe Portugal News (pdf)
  • travel pageThe Portugal News
  • online events calendarThe Portugal News
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