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Ryanair faces Europe-wide cabin crew strike this summer
ryanair13Unions representing Ryanair cabin crews based in six European countries met in Lisbon on Tuesday to decide on joint protest actions.
 
"It is in the hands of Ryanair" if it wants to avoid a European strike that is increasingly on the cards and planned for the bust summer period.
 
 
Mallorca has an answer to short-term tourist rentals - just ban them
MallorcaPalmaMallorca's Palma council has come up with a killer blow to solve the short-term tourist rental problems plaguing the city, it is to ban the activity.
 
From July, Palma de Mallorca's landlords are forbidden to rent their apartments to tourists. The measure is aimed at reducing the impact of tourism on residents who are getting priced out of the market.
 
Azores government moves to block deep sea mining
deepSeaMiningThe members of the Left Bloc in the Azores regional parliament have moved to have the sea area around the archipelago, transferred to the exclusive management of the region's government.
 
At today's press conference in Ponta Delgada, Left Bloc parliamentary leader, Zuraida Soares, presented two preliminary bills that he intends to see debated at the Regional Assembly to prevent the management of Azorean waters remaining in Lisbon’s hands.
 
Sócrates' lawyer accuses Public Prosecutor of lying
socrates2José Sócrates' one remaining lawyer claimed today that he had not been informed that the interrogation of his client was being filmed and accused the Public Prosecutor, involved in Operation Marquês, of lying.
 
In a statement entitled "The Prosecutor Lied," lawyer Pedro Delille rejected statements aired on Friday in an RTP programme in which the prosecutor said that Sócrates and his lawyers knew perfectly well that that interview would be recorded on video and audio.
 

 

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