The President of the Republic today invoked the guidance of the Constitutional Court (TC) not to accept in his request for preventive review of euthanasia the claim of unconstitutionality made by the regional assemblies of Madeira and the Azores.
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The Regional Secretary for the Environment and Climate Change, Alonso Teixeira Miguel, accompanied by the Regional Secretary for Equipment and Infrastructure, Pedro Fino, visited the Regional Civil Engineering Laboratory today, in order to learn about the Autonomous Region of Madeira's Alluvial Alert System.
Portuguese researchers consider the island of São Jorge a be a real time live laboratory in which they can study a crisis characterised by thousands of earthquakes, and where, “all scenarios are on the table.”
Yet again, both Madeira and the Azores are being discriminated against, and this time its by the Jerónimo Martins Group (Pingo Doce) and BP.
The Portuguese Institute of Atmosphere and Sea (IPMA), recorded a 3.2 magnitude earthquake this morning at 07:27.
The PSD/Madeira today criticized what it said were TAP's “loan usage practices” on repatriation flights from Venezuela, and considered the Prime Minister, António Costa, as an “outlaw” for failing to comply with State Budget measures.
The drone operators team from the Operation and Experimentation Initiation Nucleus of Unmanned Aerial Systems of the Operational Command of Madeira (COM), took part in a search and rescue mission in the Azores yesterday.
The Portuguese naval training ship, NRP Sagres, docked in Funchal harbour yesterday and will remain here until Sunday when it will leave for the Azores via Porto Santo. This is the ships first stop on its two and a half month voyage from Lisbon Naval Base. On board are 169, 3rd year cadets from the Naval School commanded by Captain António Camilo.
It is the moment we have all been waiting for, the sight of a cruise liner docking in Funchal harbour, and the arrival of the MS World Voyager yesterday with 51 passengers heralded a glimmer of hope for the tourism industry. The MS World Voyager, which leaves tomorrow, will be…
The former director of the scientific department of the American Space Agency, James Garvin, said today that the Capelinhos volcano in the Azores is "an open book" with the potential to become an exploration "laboratory" in respect of the volcanic system on Mars.
"It is time for the Azoreans to get to know Madeira and the Madeirans to get to know the Azores." That is Raimundo Quintal's Facebook message.
Madeiran residents who are planning on travelling to the Azores can now book a free Covid-19 screening test (PCR) at the SYNLAB clinical analysis unit, located in Rua do Bom Jesus, Funchal.
"Madeira is doing everything possible to make the recovery of tourism a reality, under the conditions of safety for all." This is the finding of a meeting held today between the Parliamentary Group of PSD-Madeira and the Madeira Promotion Association.
The European Commission has declared that the underwater cultural heritage of the Azores, is now classified as a European Heritage Site.