Two people - a woman aged in her 20's and another woman in her 40's, both Portuguese nationals died, and another two people were seriously injured this morning at the Ismaeli Centre in Lisbon after a man attacked worshippers with a knife.
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At a press conference convened by the Centre for Language Studies and Training of Funchal (CELFF), the Professional School of Hospitality and Tourism of Madeira management, and the Board of Directors "vehemently" rejected accusations of discrimination against students from São Tomé and Príncipe.
On the 31st of March, National Stroke Day will be celebrated here in Madeira.
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.
Researchers from the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Porto (FMUP), have concluded that dysregulation of the genital and urinary microbiota may be associated with the development of prostate cancer, which commonly affects men over the age of fifty.
A Danish tourist who became unwell while walking along the Pico Ruivo pathway was rescued by the Regional Civil Protection Service helicopter team.
Last night, two National Republican Guard (GNR) officers saved the life of an employee choking to death in the Kampo Restaurant (by Chef Júlio Pereira).
As the Regional Secretary of Health and Civil Protection, Pedro Ramos, announced on the 9th of March to JM and RTP, the use of face masks is no longer mandatory in hospitals and health centres, except in exceptional circumstances.
An 18-year-old Polish citizen, fell from a height of between 10 and 15 metres, while walking along the path that connects Prazeres to Paul do Mar, in Calheta yesterday evening.
Discovered in 2020, investigations, especially in the United States are ongoing. With 10 cases and two deaths, the new VEXAS syndrome has hit Portugal.
One of the major headlines today was that 92% of the Madeiran population has decided not to come forward and receive their Covid-19 booster vaccination.
With the first real sun in months, it's hardly surprising that so many have flocked to the island's beaches.
In 2024, a new mental health unit in the Casa de São João de Deus will be built. The unit will have a 40-bed capacity divided into 20 rooms and will cost around 3.100 million euros, funded by the PRR. that has funds from the PRR.