The landslide that occurred last night next to Clube Naval do Funchal, caused minimal damage although a car was buried under the debris.
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The Funchal City Council, through the Department of Green Spaces and Climate Action / Division of Gardens and Urban Green Spaces (DJEVU), today reinvented the planting of the Infante Roundabout (Rotunda do Infante).
The Portuguese Institute of Atmosphere and Sea (IPMA), issued a statement earlier today confirming that storm Karlotta should not directly affect mainland Portugal or the Madeira Archipelago.
The fundraiser began last year in the wake of the fires that devastated much of the island's north and west coast.
The Institute of Forests and Nature Conservation (IFCN) confirmed this morning that the pedestrian routes closed due to weather warnings are now open
The 1st São Martinho Christmas Market started today and will remain open from 17:00 - 22:00 at the Jardins do Lido until the 23rd of December.
We dreamed of this moment. We are in a region [Madeira] with immense access barriers. The money will help us with patent issues, hire resources, and conduct more tests. The recognition will help with contacts and partnerships.
The Parish Council of Câmara de Lobos has made another collection of electrical and electronic equipment for recycling, within the scope of the 'Junta na Freguesia' project, which is part of the European Recycling Platform - Portugal.
Miguel Albuquerque promised today that before the end of his Presidency, "the works to connect Curral as Freiras and Jardim da Serra via cable car will take place."
A thousand street lights will go out tonight between 20:00 and 23:00 in five municipalities of Madeira, as part of a campaign to protect Cory's Shearwaters from excessive artificial light.
A tourist was at risk of losing her leg after being hit by a rock while seated inside her car in Ribeira da Janela.
The Institute of Forests and Nature Conservation (IFCN) has confirmed that the following walking routes will be closed on Sunday, the 29th of October due to bad weather.
Just a reminder that it's that time of year again when we gain an extra hour in bed as the clocks go back on Sunday morning.
The prevalence of the Aedes aegypti mosquito has reached unprecedented levels in Madeira this year.