Helsinki is an electoral district represented in the FinnishEduskunta (parliament). It covers the administrative area of the city of Helsinki, with a population of 591,306 (as of 2011). Helsinki currently elects 21 members of the Eduskunta.
The constituency is urban, including the city centre of Helsinki and its eastern, mainly working-class suburbs. It does not include most of the Greater Helsinki metropolitan area, which falls instead under the constituency of Uusimaa. The largest party in the 2011 election was the centre-right National Coalition Party.
Green League had its best result in Finland and Centre Party worst result in this district
Last year's report showed that people in 156 countries were asked to "value their lives today on a 0 to 10 scale, with the worst possible life as a 0" ... Martela reminded me that he lives next to HelsinkiCentral Park, where he goes on regular walks and for cross-country skiing in the winter.
Roughly 110 miles north of Helsinki and known as the Nordic Manchester due to its previous incarnation as a centre of the region’s textile industry ... Helsinki airport is a tranquil oasis of ultra-modern planning and design and, in a lifetime first for my English children, the connecting train services are clean, comfortable and on time.
For Erdogan, it was an opportunity to rally support and distract from a cost-of-living crisis weighing on voters’ minds, analysts said, with polls showing he could lose to some presidential challengers in the May 14 vote ...Washington, Stockholm and Helsinki had hoped Ankara would ratify the NATO bids before Turkey’s election.
For Erdogan, it was an opportunity to rally support and distract from a cost-of-living crisis weighing on voters' minds, analysts said, with polls showing he could lose to some presidential challengers in the May 14 vote ...Washington, Stockholm and Helsinki had hoped Ankara would ratify the NATO bids before Turkey's election.
They did stress however that the study numbers were small and all of the monks and Tibetans involved live at a high altitude, making it hard to draw generalisations from the findings ... are linked to a lower use of certain prescription medicines among people who live in cities.
Thus began a several-day siege, covered on live television and highlighted by a call that same hostage made to Palme, not to plead for him to take immediate action to protect the hostages but to scold him for his attitude ... They made us go on living together day after day, like goats, in that filth.
Smart cities offer a multitude of advantages for government and residents. They use technology and data to improve their efficiency and the lives of their residents, and to ensure that they are environmentally sustainable. Take Singapore, for example ... Other leaders in the move to digtalise city living are Zurich, Oslo, Helsinki, Auckland and Lausanne.
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Mr Nolan, who lives with spina bifida, said he was frustrated with the airline barring him from going home to his partner in Helsinki...Craig Nolan, (pictured, with his partner) who lives with spina bifida, said he was frustrated with the airline's ...
On either side of the grand entrance to the HelsinkiCentral Railway Station stand two statues, each holding a spherical lamp that lights up at night ... “We call it Helsinki’s ugliest building!”. The Helsinki Central Railway Station, we learn, was built in 1904, and its design was selected on the basis of a competition ... The Helsinki cathedral.