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PETS & WILDLIFE
8/04/21

Baby Birds

You found a baby bird but... what can you do?

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COMMUNITY
8/04/21

Diary of an MP

Three stories to follow up after the 'Yes Minister' two part article.

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ARTS AND LITERATURE
8/04/21

Want to write a book?

Here are 6 lessons to guide you

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Health & Beauty
6/04/21

First Class Loungewear

Loungewear and casuals have taken off and are flying high; here’s our pick of staying comfy and looking chic.

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PETS & WILDLIFE
1/04/21

A Buzzword

Now is a great time of year to see bees and butterflies in gardens, busily in search of nectar.

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FOOD AND DRINK
1/04/21

A Lazy Girl's Guide to April

We are going to be open again on 5 April! Whoop, Whoop!

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COMMUNITY
1/04/21

A Right Royal Affair

Vaughan Willmore looks at the fascinating relationship between the Portuguese and British royal families.

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TRAVEL & OUTDOORS
1/04/21

Alecrim

The most common yet underestimated culinary and medicinal herb?

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COMMUNITY
1/04/21

Ambassador's Questions

Sophie Sadler's interview with the British Ambassador in Portugal Chris Sainty

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ARTS AND LITERATURE
1/04/21

Book Review

Discovering my Empathetic Heart, by Melanie Baker

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ENVIRONMENT
1/04/21

Cleaning up the Neoprene

The Nalu Project is helping to keep wetsuits out of landfills

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COMMUNITY
1/04/21

Exercise Your Right to Vote

Do you see things in your area that you would like to change? In October, you will have the opportunity to have your voice heard at the local elections.

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COMMUNITY
1/04/21

Locked Love

Film director and producer Lou di Giorgio was stranded in Sagres by the COVID pandemic. Rather than be idle, he brought together local talent to produce a short movie, Locked Love.

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TRAVEL & OUTDOORS
1/04/21

The Lure of the Sea

The Atlantic Ocean never ceases to amaze and inspire.

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COMMUNITY
1/04/21

Who Do You Think You Are

Back in the 1970s, Marie Kuijper Davis began delving into her husband’s North Carolina bloodline.

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COMMUNITY
1/04/21

Yes Minister - Part 2

The second instalment of our interview with former UK government minister James Plaskitt.

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Community
24/03/21

Surf Truck

Ever fancied staying in a hotel that moves every few days so you wake up most mornings to a different view and sometimes in a different country?

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Community
23/03/21

Lockdown Limericks

Limericks. What fun! They can be clever, naughty or topical
and should give the listener or reader a smile or even a good belly laugh.

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Community
12/03/21

Tomorrow - The True Story

As the Tomorrow Team celebrates the 100th edition, we unveil the true story behind its glossy covers.

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Community
11/03/21

The Best Of Both Worlds

It may have been growing up in the Black Forest that gave German carpenter, Raphael Much, his passion for wood...

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Community
1/03/21

Yes Minister

In the first of a two-part interview, Sophie Sadler talks to former British politician James Plaskitt.

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HEALTH & BEAUTY
1/03/21

Vaccination, Vaccination, Vaccination!

Insights about the Covid-19 vaccination plan in Portugal.

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PETS & WILDLIFE
1/03/21

The Hairy Hairy Caterpillar

The age of the processionary caterpillar is upon us! Well, this month, anyways.

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Sports
1/03/21

Speed Skater Rolls On

A Lagos-based international champion speed skater is aiming to make a successful comeback to the sport.

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Community
1/03/21

Law of the Sea

On the sea and at the beach, it’s the Maritime Police that upholds the law and keeps us safe from harm.

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TRAVEL & OUTDOORS
1/03/21

Herb Robert nice to meet you!

Once upon a time Algarve got its well deserved solid winter conditions.

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Food & Drink
1/03/21

A Lazy Girl's Guide to March

There is no denying that it is Spring in Lagos, possibly the most beautiful time of the year for lazy girls and visitors alike.

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Community
26/02/21

Algarve Kid to Kung Fu King

Paul Clark is now one of the top foreign actors in China and lived a lifelong dream when he appeared in a movie with his hero, Jackie Chan.

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Business & technology
11/02/21

Cyber Safe

How to protect your child’s activity in an online world.

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TRAVEL & OUTDOORS
1/02/21

Botanical Basics

Urso Ivkovik gives us the botanical basics of gardening, foraging and herbalism in a new series of articles.

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COMMUNITY
1/02/21

Community Spirit

Tomorrow magazine interviews Councillor Sara Coelho, from Câmara Municipal de Lagos.

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COMMUNITY
1/02/21

Don't Clam Up

A pioneering shellfish aquaculture company is building a sustainable 103-hectare clam farm off Alvor.

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COMMUNITY
1/02/21

Sausages

The food that helped fool the inquisition.

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COMMUNITY
1/02/21

Waxing Lyrically about Candles

It’s not often you’ll hear family members talking about hot wax and ice beverages in the same breath.

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Community
29/01/21

Gateaux et Chocolats

Les Copains de Lagos member Annick explains how she is bringing French patisserie to the Algarve.

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food and drink
5/01/21

A Lazy Girl's Guide to January

Happy New Year one and all. Well, isn't it nice to get Christmas over and done with and get back to the somewhat staid lifestyle to which we have all recently become accustomed?

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Community
4/01/21

Falling from the Crest of a Wave

As the horror of the wipe-out at Nazaré unfolded, onlookers scoured the sea for any sign of the surfer. Finally, they saw his lifeless body wash up in the surf.

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Community
4/01/21

Capturing the Ocean

As the horror of the wipe-out at Nazaré unfolded, onlookers scoured the sea for any sign of the surfer. Finally, they saw his lifeless body wash up in the surf.

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Community
4/01/21

A tale of three breweries

Anyone fancy a beer? How about a Blueberry Peanut Butter Pancake Pastry Sour? Or maybe a Caramel Fudge Stout?

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Community
4/01/21

A little pottery provenance

Ian Fitzpatrick scoops some colourful shards of pottery from the ground and studies them. “This piece is from Porches Pottery,” he tells me. “And this looks like one of Jorge’s.”

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Community
4/01/21

A Dying Art

Net repairing in the Algarve may look effortless, yet many hours are spent by the fishermen fulfilling this essential work. This often-overlooked skill is passed down from generation to generation.

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CHARITY
4/01/21

A Christmas Gift

In the November edition, Lois Herrington appealed for people to help to brighten Christmas for young people at the children's home in Lagos.

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Community
9/12/20

Les Copains de Lagos

Five years ago, Marie and Patrice Chedozeau moved to Lagos and felt the calling to help their countrymen who were going through a similar repatriation process.

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TRAVEL & OUTDOORS
3/12/20

Deck the Halls

Christmas conjures up many different images, but I guess that red berries would have to be high on most people’s lists. 

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food and drink
2/12/20

A Lazy Girl's Guide to Christmas

OK ladies (and gentlemen) it's time to assume our favourite Christmas role: the indulgent (yet still lazy) auntie (or uncle). And what could be more fun than baking with kids?!

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Community
1/12/20

Volunteering with the Red Cross

The Red Cross in Portugal is on the lookout for volunteers and, as Vaughan Willmore discovered, there are plenty of opportunities to get involved and help the most vulnerable in our community.

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Community
1/12/20

The search for the 1755 Great Lisbon Earthquake

On the morning of the 1st November 1755, a major earthquake struck off southwest Portugal.

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Community
1/12/20

How did cod become a hit in Portugal?

The Portuguese traditionally eat a meal with cod on Christmas Eve...

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Community
1/12/20

Dancing with Stones

As far as oxymorons go, Dancing Stones ranks among the most unusual.

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Community
1/12/20

Communication during a Crisis

We are clearly going through extremely challenging times as far as COVID-19 is concerned, with the highest number of daily deaths and new cases...

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Community
1/12/20

Caught on Camera

Joe Stevens is a freelance wildlife photographer travelling from
his home in Aljezur to produce and direct wildlife documentaries...

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TRAVEL & OUTDOORS
3/11/20

Organic Pesticides

In recent years, there’s been a notable increase in emphasis about the importance of minimising our carbon footprint and looking after the natural world...

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Community
3/11/20

Jamming in the Hills

An American musician has found the peaceful life he craved in Portugal and is helping to establish a model of sustainable and ethical living in Vegan Hills.

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Community
3/11/20

A Passionate Entrepreneur

Businesswoman Chitra Stern gives a special interview for Tomorrow readers about her life and career

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Community
3/11/20

Making music in Silves

Four decades after launching his own successful music career in London, a Silves-based producer wants to help others break into the music industry.

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Community
3/11/20

Royal British Legion

Recently we have remembered important dates in our history, such as the 80th anniversaries of the Battle of Britain...

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PETS & WILDLIFE
3/11/20

Griffin Vulture Rescue

A surfer in Luz had an unexpected rider on his board when he rescued a griffon vulture who was in trouble in the ocean off Praia da Luz.

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environment
3/11/20

Every drop counts

Recent newspaper headlines like ‘Less water available in Portugal’ and ‘Algarve’s water reserves only last until end of 2020’

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Health & beauty
3/11/20

Design your Future

Science may well provide the answers, but in the meantime, creativity is a precious escape.

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Community
3/11/20

Call an Ambulance

Medical emergencies in Portugal – would you know what to do?

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Community
3/11/20

A Life in Music

After sitting down to interview Ray Pocock, I am left thinking...

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Community
30/10/20

New tablets for fire-fighters

The four teams of Sapadores Florestais da Associação de Municípios Terras do Infante, received...

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Community
30/10/20

Youth Orchestra

Municipality renewed support for the Algarve Youth Orchestra.

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Community
20/10/20

Lagos celebrates the City Day

On 27 October Lagos marks another Dia do Município, celebrated in honour of its patron saint, São Gonçalo de Lagos.

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Community
20/10/20

Dreaming of Unicorns

After announcing in the September magazine the third anniversary of StartUp Portimão...

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Community
13/10/20

Bring on the Cavalry

Whether they’re attending ceremonial occasions or out patrolling, they’re a sight to behold.

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CHARITY
12/10/20

Every Mile a Smile

When Isabel Moreira saw a Facebook challenge asking if anyone was up for cycling Portugal´s...

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environment
7/10/20

Too Good To Go

Fight food waste, save great food

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Community
2/10/20

The Bromley Boy Comes to the Algarve

Bromley and Lagos are not two places you would often say in one breath.

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food and drink
25/09/20

Cheese and pickle quiche recipe

The Lazzy Tigers share with us their quiche recipe with cheese and pickles.

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Community
3/09/20

Shipwrecks of the Algarve

Over the centuries Portugal’s Algarve coast has seen the demise of many vessels.

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Community
3/09/20

On the Road to Improvement

Those living in the vicinity of Praia da Luz will have noticed that the long-awaited road improvement commenced this week.

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CHARITY
3/09/20

A Charity is Born

This has been a month of big changes for the Algarve Network for Families in Need.

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Community
1/09/20

Back to School 2020

Parents will be heaving an even bigger sigh of relief this September when kids head back to school, many for the first time since March.

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Community
1/09/20

New Luz School

Lagos council is completing the last of the cycle of the upgrading and expansion of the  school system with the construction of the new EB1 + JI da Luz School in Praia da Luz.

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Community
30/07/20

Exploring the high seas

The replica caravel Boa Esperança takes pride of place by Lagos marina. While it looks tranquil enough anchored amongst the yachts...

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CHARITY
30/07/20

Rising from the Ashes

Everyone will have followed the news on the two major fires to have hit the country so far this year. Portugal currently is at maximum fire risk.

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PETS & WILDLIFE
30/07/20

Furry Fostering

Many people dismiss the idea of adopting a dog as they feel they cannot take on such a commitment. But there is something you can do instead: you can become a foster carer.

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Community
30/07/20

The true taste of the Algarve

The Saboreal factory in Parchal uncovered a story which started with a chance meeting on a beach...

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Community
30/07/20

Artistic Impressions

Sophie Sadler meets the famous Brazilian artist who has just moved to Lagos and discovered how art saved him from dyslexia.

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Community
15/07/20

It’s All About The Bass

The Algarve music scene hit the musical jackpot when double bassist Rick Steffens arrived in the Algarve three years ago.

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ENVIRONMENT
15/07/20

Organic Food to Your Door

Vegetarian and entrepreneur Darren Jones has recently moved to the Algarve from Moscow and is trying to support local farmers by delivering organic food boxes to your door.

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Community
14/07/20

What did the Romans ever do for Lagos?

In AD43, Pomponius Mela, a Roman geographer recorded a place called Laccobriga. Modern Lagos residents now refer to themselves as Lacobrigenses.

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Community
12/07/20

A New Vine Venture

Should you be seeking another good reason to not purchase your wine from a supermarket, you may like to know about Villa Alvor.

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Community
12/07/20

For the law and for the people

Vaughan Willmore takes a look at the work of the National Republican Guard (GNR).

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Sports
10/07/20

Holistic Hub

Mark Mongey first came to Portugal in the winter of 2018 in a camper van on a learn-to-surf holiday. He fell in love with the country and now wants to give something back to the community with The Holistic Hub.

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Community
09/07/20

The Art of Maramgoni

A free exhibition at the Lagos Cultural Centre, Hall 1, The Art of Maramgoni...

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Community
28/06/20

Project 3D Mask Portugal

Lagos Ciência Viva Science Centre launched the effort to create and supply protective face visors...

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Community
22/06/20

Organic Farming Past and Future

After four decades of neglect and decay, a dilapidated, ivy-smothered convent has been given a new lease of life...

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Charity
18/06/20

Helping the people of Lagos

As you all know this is normally the time when we would be planning the Tomorrow Summer Ball and the Tomorrow Espiche Golf days...

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Community
14/06/20

160 Caps and Counting

Locally born female footballer, Claudia Neto, has achieved international success and is now captain of Portugal's national team...

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Community
10/06/20

Living the Dream

Alyson and Dave Sheldrake were determined to realise their dream of living abroad; so they ended their jobs, packed up everything...

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Community
27/05/20

Koziishop

In our March edition, we found out about the inspiring story behind the new sustainable fashion brand, koziishop, in Lagos...

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Community
21/05/20

Lagos Getting Back to Business

More than two months after the first local prevention measures to reduce the risk of spreading the Coronavirus...

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Sports
13/05/20

Golf Courses Re-open

Golfers benefited this week from the Government's three-tier structure to get the economy moving again.

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Community
11/05/20

Sea4US

Pain is a good thing; it usually is a call to action but sometimes if that pain is left undealt with for six months or more...

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Community
6/05/20

Lagos Bombeiros need our help

The Bombeiros Voluntários de Lagos need our help. They have asked Tomorrow Algarve to share this message. For only 1€ become a member and support our local heroes.

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Community
4/05/20

The Algarveans online rehearsal

If you are missing theatre during the lockdown you might be interested in seeing the Algarveans first online rehearsed play reading...

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Charity
4/05/20

Chefs for the people

The Chefs for the people initiative has been moving from strength to strength, after getting their first meals out to Lagos and Odiáxere’s needy...

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Book worm
1/05/20

The Adventures of Nick Trevelyan

Luz resident David S. Jones, who created the hugely popular children’s cartoon character, Fireman Sam...

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Health & beauty
1/05/20

Dry, Cracked hands
curtesy of COVID-19!

How can we improve them?
Over the last few weeks, we’ve all been tirelessly washing our hands to help slow the spread of coronavirus.

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Community
1/05/20

Made with Love 4 you

Ikee Prod has created her own zoo in the Algarve, but this collection of animals is made of rubber.German-born Ikee developed her unique project...

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Charity
1/05/20

Food For Families Appeal

This is a tough time for the Algarve. So many people have lost their jobs, or, if self-employed have lost bookings owing to the closure of restaurants, bars...

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Business & Technology
1/05/20

Autódromo gains full F1 approval

The Autódromo do Algarve has been reclassified as Grade 1 by the governing body of world motorsport.

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Pets & Wildlife
1/05/20

Pet's Mate

We are now several weeks into our self-isolation period. I hope all of you are well and also maintaining a reasonable level of mental health in your hidey holes.

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Charity
1/05/20

Caring for animals in times of need

Shelters never have an easy time providing for the animals that pass through their doors, but now more than ever, they need our help. I chatted to Cecilia Carmo...

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Community
1/05/20

Carvoeiro Goes Radio Gaga

Former bar owner and DJ, Craig Lee Timmis was all set to start a commercial radio station when the Coronavirus forced everyone into lockdown.

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Community
1/05/20

Algarve Illustrator a
Wizard at Design

Success in the world of illustration does not come overnight, but after fifteen years in the profession, it’s fair to say Tiago da Silva has arrived.

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