One of the headlines this morning is that the recent rains and those yet to come will decimate the islands' cherry crop this year.
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Co-financed by EU funds the new 'Fishmetric' system will now be introduced ensuring reliable control over food safety.
By 16:30 today (070523), 15 tons of food had been collected in the 21st Food Bank Against Hunger -Madeira campaign across 25 supermarkets.
The Madeira Food Bank will carry out a food collection campaign on the 6th and 7th of May in the region's main supermarkets, however, they still need more volunteers.
Santana is one of the locations chosen for this year's Nutella's campaign: 'At home, we have what is good'.
Pingo Doce will, of course, implement, from this Tuesday, the 18th of April, the VAT exemption on 46 categories of food products in accordance with Law no. 17/2023 of the 14th of April."
Traders across Madeira have slammed the new Zero VAT regime, stating that it will lead to negligible savings and not help those who need it.
The annual rise in agricultural prices slowed in the fourth quarter of 2022 to 26% in the European Union (EU), from 30% in the previous quarter and 17.5% year-on-year, according to data released today by Eurostat.
The São Tomé Prime Minister, Patrice Trovoada, referred to the Portuguese authorities asking for clarification about allegations of discrimination against students at the Professional School of Hospitality and Tourism, who have stated that they are being discriminated against but have declined to classify the situation as slavery.
This Sunday, the 2nd of April, the Praça do Jardins do Caniço (opposite the church) will hold a 'Made in Caniço' craft fair.
SIC commentator Marques Mendes disclosed yesterday that 46 foods are subject to zero VAT from the 1st of April to October in an attempt to lessen the effects of the current economic crisis.
A group of São Toméan students have contacted media outlets to express their dissatisfaction with the way they are being treated at the Hotel School in Funchal
More and more people are seeking to supplement their income with additional activities that allow them to not only cope with price of living increases, but also provide greater financial freedom and other opportunities.
The European Commission has approved a programme to support companies in the Autonomous Region of Madeira, who are considered low and medium-voltage electricity users to cope with rising energy costs in a EUR 4.2 million rescue package.