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    The Holy Family Specialist Hospital on Madalińskiego Street is the first municipal hospital to start cancer treatment employing cold caps.

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    The Innovative Eco-City conference, taking place in Warsaw, will gather large number of international experts in the field of sustainable development representing institutions, such as WHO, Ellen MacArthur Foundation or Paris Climate Agency.

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    On 16th October, 150 children attended the new nursery school on Książkowa St. for the first time. By the end of October, a total of 500 places in public nursery schools for the youngest Warsaw residents will be available in Białołęka.

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    Work on preparing the updated City of Warsaw Noise Map has been completed. At the moment, the outcomes of the work on the document are available to Warsaw residents. Meetings with residents will be held next Wednesday and on Tuesday the following week, the 18th and 24th October, at the Targowa Creativity Centre.

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    A book for pre-school children, entitled “Warsaw - My City”, is education through play, an opportunity to discover new places in the capital city, and create a bond with Warsaw from the earliest years.

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    City councillors has adopted a position on creating a support centre for Warsaw insurgents.

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    Two pupils run out of the cloakroom, coughing and crying, with their faces reddened. There is an acrid smell in the air. A teacher sees the students, tells them to leave the building, and warns the head teacher about a liquid spilled on the corridor floor. This is the beginning of a drill in one of Praga’s schools.

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    Four multi-function pavilions will be docked by Jana Karskiego Boulevard and Gen. George Smith Patton Boulevard. Visitors on a walk along the riverside promenade will find docking stations for boats swimming on the Vistula River, restaurants, and toilets, available to everyone. Viewing terraces constitute an additional attraction.

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    The new location of the “Kadr” Culture Centre in the Mokotów district at 32 Rzymowskiego St. is now open. Accompanying events, addressed not only to local communities, will last for three days.

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    On Saturday 7 October in Warsaw the crown for the most beautiful woman on a wheelchair was awarded for the first time in history. The winner is Aleksandra Chichikova from Belarus. The runners-up are South Africa’s Lebohang Monyatsi and Poland’s Adrianna Zawadzińska.

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    In the Jazdów housing estate, Miss Wheelchair World 2017 participants have planted ornamental apple trees, which will not only be easy on the eyes of Warsaw’s residents, but will also commemorate the contest, which is to take place in Warsaw in just a few days.

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    Warsaw authorities have signed new grant agreements to secure EU funding for municipal transport projects. Over PLN 2.6 billion is going to be allocated for the extension of Metro Line 2, construction of new tram routes and redevelopment of Wał Miedzeszyński St.

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    Warsaw as the hub of global business management and growth in Central and Eastern Europe – this will be the central idea behind our capital’s presence at Expo Real, the largest investment and real estate fair in Europe, held between 4 and 6 October in Munich, Germany.

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    Rows of trees, fine-looking hedges, wild flower meadows, benches, and spots where you can sit surrounded by greenery – this is Świętokrzyska St. now. Greening work has just been completed.

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    On the 7th of October at 19:00, during Final Gala of the Miss Wheelchair World 2017 in Ursynów Arena, for the first time in history the most beautiful woman on wheelchair will be chosen.

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    Another embankments section – from Czerniakowski Cape to the Mermaid monument, along with Tadeusza Kahla Square – is to be designed by the Warsaw-based WXCA Sp. z o.o. office. Results of the competition for the architectural and urban concept for this section of the Vistula embankments were announced on 19 September.

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    In the seat of the Capital City Development Authority an agreement was signed with the contractor entrusted with modernising the historic Konopacki Palace. The Nowa Praga District is to regain its true symbol and centrepiece.

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    For the second time, the Warsaw Zoo hosted a truly exceptional event. The international organisation “From the Depths” distributed the Jan and Antonina Żabiński Awards to people rescuing Jews during the Second World War who had not been awarded by the Yad Vashem Institute.

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    To restore the pre-war charm of the house – such an intent is expressed by a growing number of housing cooperatives which are restoring their tenement houses. One of such houses located at Koszykowa Street was visited by Hanna Gronkiewicz-Waltz, Mayor of Warsaw, who wished to examine the actual scope of work subsidised by the Capital City of Warsaw.

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    Since 18 September 100 kids have been going to a new nursery located at Rydygiera Street, and adaptation classes have just begun. The children and their parents have met with Hanna Gronkiewicz-Waltz, Mayor of Warsaw.