Summertime starts on Sunday, as the clocks go forward one hour.
The U.S. State Department has highlighted a large volume of complaints regarding the excessive use of force by Portugal's police force in its 2022 annual police report released today.
Just after 10:30 this morning, the NRP Mondego was seen leaving and will return to its mainland base.
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.
The Madeira Electricity Company (EEM) has announced that power supplies to the following areas in Funchal will be affected due to maintenance work.
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).
The Municipality of Funchal (CMF) has announced that as part of their traffic calming measures, the section between Caminho Dr. William Eduardo Clode and Caminho do Ribeirinho will be affected tomorrow, the 22nd of March, from 09:30 until 18:00.
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.
As part of the International Day of Forests and World Arbor Day (21st of March), the Regional Secretary for the Environment, Natural Resources, and Climate Change (SRAAC), Susana Prada, visited an area along Caminho dos Pretos where a local maritime-tourism activities company Magic Dolphin have planted trees.
The first animal adoption campaign of the Vasco Gil Kennel recently took place in the three main shopping centres - La Vie, Fórum, and Madeira Shopping, promoting the Vasco Gil Kennel (Municipal Kennel), which led to 10 animals being adopted (6 dogs and 4 cats).
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.
The former Portuguese Head of State, Ramalho Eanes said today that the case of the 13 soldiers who refused to board the ship Mondego, left him "disgusted." And refused to comment further.....However! He did go on to clarify his point.
Sérgio Marques told the deputies of the Commission of Enquiry that throughout the "invented works" in Madeira he "never felt any pressure" from the President of the Regional Government, from any member of the Government or from businessmen, namely Luís Miguel de Sousa and Avelino Farinha, to change the course of his policies.
The party React - Include - Recycle (RIR) has issued a press statement expressing their anger at the introduction of paid parking in the Reis Magos area of Caniço.