As part of an investment of more than 12 million euros aimed at reducing water losses in the municipality, Funchal already reduced its consumption by approximately 10%.
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The Conservatory Wind Orchestra will perform in the gardens of the Caves of São Vincente on Saturday, the 3rd of June at 19:30, with artistic direction by teacher and conductor Jorge Garcia Mendoza.
Co-financed by EU funds the new 'Fishmetric' system will now be introduced ensuring reliable control over food safety.
Today the Regional Directorate of Statistics of Madeira released their analysis of the average monthly earnings according to sex
Filming of the documentary 'The Indomitable Viscount' which portrays the life and work of Francisco Correia de Herédia, took place in Ribeira Brava over the weekend.
With an increase in tourism comes an increase in the pressure on the island's infrastructure, especially when it comes to parking, as is the case in Pico do Areerio.
The Region currently has a total of 80 psychologists working within the education sector, of which 32 are permanently at the service of schools and 48 are accompanying students from the services of the Regional Secretariat of Education, Science, and Technology.
As part of the "Great Works Cycle," the Madeira Classical Orchestra, has invited the brilliant violin soloist Haik Kazazyan, and conductor José Eduardo Gomes to perform at a concert on the 20th of May at the Madeira Congress Centre.
Pope Francis has criticized the approval of the decree on medically assisted death, considering that the Portuguese parliament has created a law condoning the killing of another person.
The sale of tobacco from vending machines will be banned in 2025, and according to a new proposed law that will come into effect later this year, smoking will be banned in all outdoor spaces near public buildings such as schools, colleges, and hospitals.
With the annual Flower Festival in full swing, today was the turn of the amateur flower arrangers, and this year two ladies from the Holy Trinity Church Flower Team took part.
Today, Sunday, the 7th of May, was Mothers Day in Portugal.
Reid's Palace Hotel is hosting a Botanical Bliss workshop on the 6th and 7th of May (Saturday and Sunday).
The Liberal Initiative (IL) believes that "the North of the island has potential beyond its enormous tourism attraction."