The Azores Islands have become the new member of the Macaronesian Islands International Ports Association, which operates under the Cruise Atlantic Islands (CAI) brand, and which until now was made up of the Canary Islands, Cape Verde, and Madeira.
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"It is with great satisfaction that today the windmills of Portela will return to their origins," said Nuno Batista, Mayor of Porto Santo, in what has been a "total restoration of a vitally important heritage legacy site."
Often referred to as the Golden Island or Ilha Dourada, Porto Santo is undergoing a revival courtesy of a breakthrough European Project.
The 66th Porto Moniz Agricultural Fair will be held until Sunday, the 16th of June.
The president of the Legislative Assembly of Madeira, José Manuel Rodrigues, today met with Pope Francis during the general audience held in the Vatican, St. Peter's Square.
Since last week, Portugal has had a Dengue vaccine that does not require prior contact with the virus and is effective against the disease thus preventing the need for hospitalisation for milder cases for up to four and a half years after being administered.
Similar to what happened last weekend at Lisbon airport, the Foreigner and Border Service (SEF) strike created further misery at Madeira's International Airport.
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.
A study led by archaeologist João Zilhão, from the University of Lisbon, reveals "precise conclusions" about the way populations living in the Portuguese territory, from about one hundred thousand years ago to about ten thousand years ago lived their lives.
The Monte Tree case trial grinds to a halt, again!
The trial of the two defendants in the Monte Tree disaster case, which caused the death of 13 people (including two foreign nationals - of French and Hungarian nationalities), and about fifty injuries on the 15th of August 2017, started yesterday.
Madeira is the first Portuguese destination to use the new Netflix feature - subscription with advertising - specifically designed for the UK market, as well as promoting the island through its streaming platform.