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
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.
Finland’s worsening cost-of-living and energy crises, which are largely on a par with the eurozone, have been aggravated by Helsinki’s self-crippling sanctions against Russian energy. As gas and electricity runs short, Finnish authorities have even warned about the danger of rolling power cuts this winter ....
By Anne Kauranen. HELSINKI (Reuters) – A dispute over the rights of the Sami people living in the Finnish Arctic has brought the frictions in Finland’s coalition government into sharp focus just months before a parliamentary election ... The Sami, traditionally reindeer herders who live off the land, consider themselves the EU’s only indigenous people.
Now the two live "almost too close," to each other in Helsinki, where Korpisalo and his wife, Anna, recently nought a house near his parents, Jari and Niina ... Starting Monday, he enjoyed three days in Helsinki before the Blue Jackets headed to Tampere to face the Avalanche at Nokia ...
HELSINKI, Finland — In the dead of winter, Finland can be a miserable place ... Mervi Pirttikoski-Takala, an accountant who lives in the Helsinki metropolitan area, said she is already cutting back on electricity use by turning off her underfloor heating when it isn’t needed.
“The Asia strategy had been 20 years in the making,” Finnair CEOTopi Manner said from the company’s headquarters, next to the Helsinki terminal in Vantaa... The airline’s ground staff in Helsinki are fluent in the region’s native languages ... Passengers that used Helsinki as a hub to transfer to other destinations accounted for 60% of the revenue.
You Never Know is the. Club d'Elf. band/orchestra. b.1998... But more importantly, You Never Know celebrates light born from darkness. Bassist and bandleader. Mike Rivard. bass ... Miles Davis. trumpet ... guitar ... YouNever Know revisits "Zeed Al Maal," traditional gnawa trance which Rivard has been exploring onstage (at least) since 2015's Live at Club Helsinki ... "> ... .
One thing we can say about a city, unlike a power regime, is that cities have very long lives ... He was inspired by living in Berlin that was back then, becoming one of the great European cities, one of the great global cities ... Urban life sharpens the sense of complexity of the world in which subjects live ... People live in very high-density settings.
As the plane dropped out of the clouds over Finland’s verdant farmlands and forests, I wondered if this Nordic country would live up to our expectations ... He relocated the capital from Turku to Helsinki, closer to St ... Petersburg a few years earlier, whereas Helsinki exploded with spirit and exuded joy for living.
Giuseppe Paradiso. drums ... "This album is an attempt to describe the different and parallel realities that each one of us experience even living the same event, at the same time and in the same place." ... You Never Know revisits "Zeed Al Maal," traditional gnawa trance which Rivard has been exploring onstage (at least) since 2015's Live at Club Helsinki.