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
The complexity of living organisms is encoded within their genes, but where do these genes come from? Researchers at the University of Helsinki resolved outstanding questions around the origin of small regulatory genes, and described a mechanism that creates their DNA palindromes ... Provided by University of Helsinki.
Brian Kinney/ShutterstockEuropean cities have some of the most expensive rents in the world, a new study found.Americans who moved to Europe have told BI that their quality of life has improved.We list the cost of living in 13 cities from Helsinki to Berlin — and what locals say about living there ... A Helsinki resident's perspective.
Your take? ...Brilliant ... In the early ’80s when I went to school at CU, I lived near University and Broadway ... Similarly, while living and working in Helsinki, I was a member of a neighborhood committed to long-term planning and walkable communities ... As in Helsinki, small specialty shops, not only look-alike chain stores, can flourish ... Share this. ... .
Varius is one of the four crossings that remain open following Helsinki’s decision to close the southern entry points amid the accusation that Russia is “funneling” migrants and asylum-seekers from third countries to the Finnish border ... on Helsinki’s part.
Ansa, the taciturn protagonist of Fallen Leaves , lives a rather gloomy existence. She works at a supermarket in Helsinki, Finland, stocking shelves and monotonously pricing items under a security guard’s brooding eye ... He, like Ansa, is in his mid-40s, stuck living alone and doing menial work under the thumb of a grumpy boss.
A nearing-middle-age woman, living alone in a small, tidy apartment in Helsinki, loses her job stocking food in a market when a mean security guard discovers that she’s hidden an expired prepackaged sandwich in her handbag ... these two people going about the business of their lives.
A recent study by University of Helsinki researchers sheds new light on the ecological adaptability of early humans at the time when they first expanded their range outside Africa, from 2 million to 1 million years ago ... University of Helsinki ... Provided by University of Helsinki.
“The Helsinki Affair” ... "The Helsinki Affair" is the established novelist Anna Pitoniak's first venture into what Cornwell called the secret world, and it is largely driven by the notion that even real spies can have secret lives beneath those that come with their tradecraft — a potentially disastrous duality. .
But professional forager Anna Nyman insists the natural bacteria thriving on herbs and wildflowers in Helsinki’s parklands are good for your gut ...Ambitions don’t stop there; by 2030, Helsinki hopes to be carbon neutral ... A natural contender for Europe’s most wholesome city break, Helsinki makes sustainable living look easy.
The past year has been all change for the singer, who releases his new solo album this week. He has never felt so engaged, he says. Glen Hansard... Stephan Vanfleteren. Tony Clayton-Lea. Sat Oct 14 2023 - 05.15 ... The family are in Ireland – “where the heart belongs” – when we speak, but they also live in Helsinki ... He is, however, settled within himself ... .