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Lusa - Business News - Portugal: Top newspaper headlines on Wednesday, 17 January




Lisbon, Jan. 17 (Lusa) – Portugal’s leading newspapers on Wednesday offer a variety of stories, including the death of singer and one-time Eurovision hopeful Madalena Iglésias.

Diário de Notícias:
- "Half of Portuguese have police more than five kilometres away"
- "Ana Sousa Dias on Madalena Iglésias [singer who died this week]: The beauty (and the voice) that immediately seized us"
- "Bank of Portugal to watch stands, estate agents and stores that offer credit to clients "
- "Changes in [opposition] PSD: [newly-elected leader Rui] Rio to resolve parliamentary leadership shortly and 'without hypocrisy'"
- "Fire fighting: Applications for hundred new teams of sappers received from today "
- "Report in Tondela: Fires scares neighbouring associations that operate without a licence "
- "Interrupted game: Federation opens inquiry. Estoril’s responsibility may hand victory to Porto"

Jornal de Notícias:
- "Number of Catholics who want to annul marriage doubles"
- "Third woman murdered in erceira 15 days"
- "Health: Details of fees owed to be sent via mobile phone"
- "Penafiel: Anaesthetist tried for girl’s death"
- "Children: SIC keeps Supernanny [TV programme] on air despite controversy"
- "Albufeira: Man detained with emeralds and diamonds worth three million” euros
- "Woman stabbed by husband in street in front of daughter"
- "Madalena Iglésias: Diva of radio and television dies at 78"
- "Credit: Bank of Portugal to watch hypermarkets and stands"
- "Emails: Benfica notifies media to prevent news items"
- "Estoril-F.C. Porto: League schedules game but dragons [Porto] may win it before" after game called off because of damaged stand

Jornal i:
- "Madalena Iglésias (1939-2018): Pop star in black and white"
- "Workers denounce 'conflicts of interest' at [public broadcaster] RTP. Director of programmes responds to criticisms"
- "Parties want to stop wild animals being run over"
- "PSD. Hugo Soares to offer to step down. Marques Guedes a candidate" [for parliamentary leadership]
- "Operation Fizz. Another suspect asks for [prominent lawyer] Proença de Carvalho to be questioned in the case"
- "Are women doctors better than men? There are those who argue they are"
- Public Finance Council president "Teodora Cardoso says that the [2017] deficit is even lower than the government’s projection"
- "Right of reply for [Brazilian super-church] IURD on adoptions"

Público:
- "Madalena Iglésias: Death of queen of radio who enchanted on TV"
- Troubled bank "Montepio refused to give data for valuation requested by Santa Casa" de Misericórdia, the state entity that is to take it over
- "Marcelo [Rebelo de Sousa, Portugal’s president] today receives Joana Marques Vidal [attorney-general] and president of STJ" – Supreme Court
- "Substitute of asbestos in schools is also carcinogenic"
- "Metro lays on more trains on yellow and blue lines in morning rush hour"

Negócios:
- "Ikea and Worten under supervision of Bank of Portugal"
- "Levels of service in CTT [privatised postal service] are dropping"
- "Rents: Forgetting for a year annuls forever IMI [municipal property tax] discount"
- "Amounts received must be declared this month"
- "Government again falling behind in taking casual workers on as staff"
- "Banking: Montepio has until April to propose plan for separation of mutual society"
- "BBVA Portugal follows Bankinter model and turns into branch" of Spanish parent company

ARO // ARO.
Lusa


Agency : LUSA

Date : 2018-01-18 08:34:39







 

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