The two tourists who were lost in the Santana mountains yesterday were located in the early hours of this morning.
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The man from Estreito de Câmara de Lobos, who has been missing since Friday has returned home.
This afternoon a woman needed to be immobilised by the police due to her threatening behaviour.
Following coverage of the incident by the BBC and UK regional newspapers, the tourist who went missing in Calheta this week has been identified as 52-year-old Cumbrian Fell Runner, Darren Kay.
Neighbours of the man, who last night killed a burglar, are in shock.
Joana Jesus, a 24-year-old woman, has been missing for four days in the Santana area.
An injured man was found late this evening lying on the ground in the Torreão area of Funchal.
The President of the Regional Government, Miguel Albuquerque, says he was simply "stunned" after it was suggested that there are three Chinese police stations in Portugal, one of them in Madeira, more specifically in Ribeira Brava, in existence.
In the space of two years, and through the actions of the Regional Secretariat for the Environment, Natural Resources and Climate Change, approximately three tonnes of litter has been removed from the archipelago's coastal waters.
The Parish Council of São Martinho, together with the Fundação Portuguesa do Pulmão, and the support of Boehringer-Ingelheim, will promote, on the 14th, 15th and 16th of September, a Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease screening clinic.
Earlier on today a man fell from 10 metres near the Anjos waterfall, in Ponta do Sol.
After hearing the news of the new bathing ban at Doca do Cavacas, the municipal deputy of political party PAN (People-Anaimals-Nature) Madeira, issued a statement today, in which he questions the Funchal City Council "about the reasons for these recurring sources of pollution in the coastal area of the municipality" and about "the reasons which led to the municipality losing their green ECO flag".