The suspect in the Garajau murder, a 23-year-old man from Camacha, has already attended a pre-trial hearing, accused of murdering a 61-year-old man at his home in Rua da Olaria, in Garajau, on the 7th of May 2020, following an argument with the alleged suspect.
The mandatory quarantine for passengers arriving in the Region has been reduced to one week, and hotel tests began today, stated the Regional Secretary for Health, Pedro Ramos.
The Funchal City Council (CMF), is holding its '8th Environmental Awareness Campaign on World Ocean Day' Monday the 8th of June at 3 pm, next to the Hotel Pestana CR7 Funchal.
Yesterday a new habeas corpus case was filed at the Court of Funchal.
Madeira is currently under an orange warning due to periods of heavy rain or showers accompanied by occasional thunderstorms.
With a world in turmoil and an increase in global poverty especially among the most vulnerable sections of the community, the EAPN - Portugal/European Anti Poverty Network, has proposed that governments and social entities start thinking about the challenges ahead and how to tackle what is increasingly becoming a widespread and complex problem.
The investigation into the murder of a 62-year-old man at his home in Garajau on the 10th of May is ongoing.
According to the Portuguese Institute of Sea and Atmosphere (IPMA), the Region will be under yellow warning from 10 am tomorrow, the 5th of June, due to periods of heavy rain and the thunderstorms.
A new scientific documentary about Madeira's deep underwater secrets will premier this Friday (5th of June) at 10 pm, on RTP-Madeira.
The 'Wheels' mega-yacht docked at this afternoon (3rd of June) at 4:16 pm in the Port of Funchal, marking a new phase in the island's post-lockdown recovery.
Today, senior World Health Organisation (WHO) officials refused to answer any direct questions about China's delay in sharing the genetic map of the new coronavirus with them.
The Funchal City Council's Department of Economy and Culture, in conjunction with the Municipal Civil Protection Service, has launched a guide on 'good health practices' for trade and services.
The European Week Against Cancer Campaign ran from the 25th to the 31st of May and aimed to raise cancer prevention and treatment awareness as well as support for survivors. In Madeira, the Portuguese League Against Cancer are running this campaign and as part of this activity are challenging the local community to 48 hours of physical activity between the 6th and 7th of June with participants either walking, running, swimming or cycling (indoor, road or mountain biking) as a way of showing how important exercise is in the prevention of cancer.
An employee of a well-known restaurant located the Old Town of Funchal barricaded himself inside today as a result of his employers’s continuous failure to pay him. A situation that has been ongoing since March this year.