- Dengue cases scale up and turns chapel into hospital in São Paulo
The explosion of dengue cases in the countryside of São Paulo, which left even a mayor ill, has transformed a chapel and a school into makeshift hospitals, forced the closure of schools and made municipalities donate repellent solutions to the population as well as seeds of a plant that attracts the predator 'Aedes aegypti'.
Published on 03/05/2015 - 12h49
- São Paulo Struggles to Contain Spread of Cracklands Throughout the City
The Cracolândias (Cracklands) in São Paulo have been expanding and spreading throughout the city.
Published on 03/03/2015 - 10h09
- São Paulo Graffiti Shows People Laughing at Isis Atrocities
A painting of three people laughing as they see a man about to be executed by a member of the Islamic State (Isis) has been raising eyebrows amongst passers-by on the Rua da Consolação, one of São Paulo's busiest streets.
Published on 03/02/2015 - 10h07
- Crisis Causes Inflation of Water and "Turnaround" in Trade in São Paulo
The scarcity of water in the taps and the possibility of a more drastic rationing caused a small turnaround in trade in Greater São Paulo.
Published on 02/27/2015 - 09h14
- Rivers that Supply São Paulo's Cantareira Reservoir Go from Dry to Overflowing in One Year
After a dry spell between 2013 and 2014, the level of the Cantareira Reservoir System in São Paulo has been on the rise in the last few weeks.
Published on 02/20/2015 - 09h03
- São Paulo Reservoirs Recovered to September Level
This month's constant rains made the six main reservoirs in greater São Paulo reach the same volume of water they were five months ago.
Published on 02/18/2015 - 09h00
- São Paulo Government Finds New Water Reserve in Cantareira System
The government of the state of São Paulo found a new water reserve below Cantareira's current level of pumping.
Published on 02/11/2015 - 08h40
- See Where and When to Join São Paulo's Street Carnival
The municipality expects up to two million people to enjoy 2015 Carnival on the streets of São Paulo.
Published on 02/06/2015 - 08h38
- São Paulo Universities May Suspend Classes if Water Is Rationed
The universities in São Paulo are considering suspending classes in the event of water rationing in the state.
Published on 02/04/2015 - 08h32
- Transvestites Will Receive Scholarships to Complete Basic Schooling in São Paulo
Transvestite Janaína Santos, 46, would like to study philosophy.
Published on 01/30/2015 - 09h29