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Praia Formosa, Curral Cable Car, “Dubai in Madeira”developments all involved?

JM lead with a headline covering the storm that wiped out public services from the Government and the Funchal City Council yesterday.

No guessing what is making headlines in the local press this morning! JM lead with a headline covering the “storm” that wiped out public services from the Government and the Funchal City Council yesterday. A long list of suspicions involved searches in 45 locations in Madeira and another 15 in the Lisbon area, in the north region and in the Azores. 

The newspaper reports that the President of the Regional Government, Miguel Albuquerque does not resign even though he is accused; The detained Pedro Calado will be heard tomorrow in Lisbon – see previous post; Processes place Avelino Farinha and Custódio Correia among those involved; Praia Formosa, Curral Cable Car and transport among the most high-profile projects that could be at risk; The Judicial Police operation had 270 investigators, six magistrates, two judges and eight experts.

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all the Incidental News from Madeira ….

All the incidental news from Madeira – up to 60 reports per day – is being picked up automatically, google-translated, and instantly posted to our sister website, madeiraisland.news no matter how trivial:

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A new, vastly improved “search” facility has been introduced allowing readers to search (box in the sidebar above) on any word or phrase used in any of the posts over the last sixteen years. Previously the search facility only returned matches on headings rather than the entire content. It remains to be seen whether this will slow the blog down – fingers crossed! If it works it should move the blog even further ahead of the increasing number of imitators, providing a huge resource for visitors and residents.

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A new, vastly improved “search” facility has been introduced allowing readers to search (box in the sidebar above) on any word or phrase used in any of the posts over the last sixteen years. Previously the search facility only returned matches on headings rather than the entire content. It remains to be seen whether this will slow the blog down – fingers crossed! If it works it should move the blog even further ahead of the increasing number of imitators, providing a huge resource for visitors and residents.

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