At 07:07 this morning, a 2.6 magnitude earthquake was registered off the northeast coast of Porto Santo by the Portuguese Institute of Atmosphere and Sea (IPMA).
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In a press release, Nuno Morna, deputy of the Liberal Initiative, expressed the party's "environmental concerns" regarding the Curral das Freiras cable car.
The PAN Party has been monitoring the situation of the fish farming cages in Ribeira Brava, which were dragged towards the beach and pier due to bad weather.
A 38-year-old Polish citizen died today after being swept away by a wave in Poça das Lesmas while allegedly taking a photograph while in the company of his wife and child.
The CDU warned while visiting the Vasco Gil site, in the parish of Santo António, Funchal, of the need to implement political measures to combat the scourge of eucalyptus.
The CDS Parliamentary Group, together with local Mayors, visited the municipality of Calheta, more precisely some of the parishes most affected by last week's fires.
The National Union of Firefighters - Madeira delegation (SNBS), has expressed its full "solidarity and support for the populations affected by the fires."
Miguel Albuquerque wants to expand the area of formalised cattle grazing in Paul da Serra. Which according to earlier criticisms has a horse, stable door, and bolted feel to it.
armers in Câmara de Lobos who suffered damage to their farms, caused by the fires that consumed a vast area of land in the two municipalities, will be compensated for their losses.
The Regional Civil Protection Service, IP-RAM, informs that, at the moment, a rigorous survey of the damage caused to heritage and environmental assets is being carried out.
Confiança councillor, Cláudia Dias Ferreira, says that no matter what the Mayor of Funchal says, the plague of mosquitoes is real, and not imaginary.
Miguel Albuquerque said today that the authorities are already surveying the damage caused by the fires of the last few days, which hit Ribeira Brava, Calheta, Porto Moniz, and Câmara de Lobos.
The Judiciary Police has already detained one of the suspects believed to have started the fires in Calheta.
The Institute of Forests and Nature Conservation (IFCN)