Jazz in Calheta; ‘Mudas Jazz Sessions’ continue; Ben van Gelder Quintet; 10pm, 10 de Março-Casa das Mudas International Art Centre, Calheta; New treatment for prostate enlargement developed by Portuguese doctors; €14m to hand back to citizens in water, electricity and gas guarantees; Walking more with the crisis;
International, National and Madeira News from Paul Abbiati:
Ben van Gelder Quintet
New York Quintet, 10pm, 10 de Março-Casa das Mudas International Art Centre, Calheta-part of the series of concerts ‘Mudas Jazz Sessions’.
Peter Schlamb vibes
Rick Rosato bass
Craig Weinrib drums
Aaron Parks piano
Ben van Gelder alto
Recorded live at the BIM-huis 21/11/11.
Film above by Lucas van Eck.
Above: image of the award-winning Casa das Mudas Art Centre in Calheta, Madeira.
International and National Portuguese News:
From Peter in the comments section..thanks Peter:
New treatment for prostate enlargement developed by Portuguese doctors
“Doctors from all over the world are heading for Lisbon to learn how to perform a new medical procedure that may improve the quality of life for millions of men suffering from prostate enlargement. The condition known as Benign Prostate Hyperplasia (BPH) affects all men at one point or another in life. 70 per cent of the elderly suffer from BPH.
The new treatment was developed by doctor João Martins Pisco, at the Saint Louis hospital in Lisbon, Portugal. It is called Prostatic Artery Embolization and it blocks blood supply. It is performed under local anesthetic and monitored. For the moment, patients have to come to Lisbon to undergo the procedure but it is being rolled out in 30 American clinics this year…”
Headlines on Monday 27th February, 2012 include:
«Government has €14m to hand back to citizens in water, electricity and gas guarantees», according to Público, writing about the surplus of the fund created by the government to protect consumers’ rights made from the unclaimed guarantees of water, electricity and gas bills. These can still be claimed until 2013.
Jornal de Notícias
«We are walking more with the crisis», reports Jornal de Notícias, revealing how the hikes in the cost of petrol and public transport brought on by the crisis are making people walk more instead of driving or taking the bus or the metro.
From Portugal Daily View: http://www.portugaldailyview.com/
All images from Diario de Noticias or official Facebook pages of Madeira Tourism unless otherwise stated.