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    Despite the winter, construction workers have not stopped working on the construction site of a health centre on ul. Coopera in Bemowo. This new healthcare institution will allow the extending of medical care to more patients, especially in terms of specialist medical treatment.

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    Last year (2016), a record-breaking number of over 1,136 bn passenger-journeys were made in Warsaw on trams, buses, underground trains, and the Fast Urban Railway! This is over 5 million more than in 2015.

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    The city is looking for a partner to manage the eastern Mirów Hall, the so-called “Guard Hall” (Hala Gwardii). It is expected to become a modern market hall combined with a local meeting centre. In mid January, anyone interested in the hall was able to come and visit the place.

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    Overloaded and too heavy, lorries wear our roads and contaminate our air. The Municipal Road Authority carries out checks of such vehicles at dedicated stations distributed across several locations in Warsaw.

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    Starting from 12 January 2017, when the December Resolution of the City Council entered into force, the residents could apply for funding to replace their obsolete coal fires with new, gas-powered, sources of heat.

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    The measures undertaken by the capital city to improve air quality have been going on for several years in three sectors – transport, ecology, and energy. In the years to come, projects in this field are to receive PLN 16 billion from the city budget.

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    This is already the 55th nursery school. The new facility in Rembertów at S. Fiszera St. places 150 places for children; its construction and furnishing cost PLN 5.5 million. This week the children started their adaptation classes there.

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    The tenement house at 40 Targowa St. has undergone major redevelopment. This was yet another project on the right bank of the Vistula. Just near the tenement house, there are the Warsaw Praga Museum and the Targowa Creativity Centre.

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    Can the German capital be a model city for Warsaw? How often do the residents of Warsaw visit Berlin and which modes of transport do they recommend? A survey on this topic was carried out to conclude the celebrations marking the silver jubilee of cooperation between the Polish and German capitals.

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    The Warsaw University of Technology is to provide city residents with the Warsaw Air Quality Index. It will make it possible to track air quality on an ongoing basis. In addition to such informational and interventional measures, educational activities are also being undertaken.

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    The end of a year traditionally means a time for recapitulations. At a meeting in the city hall, the efforts of local sportspeople were acknowledged by Hanna Gronkiewicz-Waltz, Mayor of Warsaw. 18 competitors and 10 coaches received sports awards from the City of Warsaw.

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    Warsaw has just completed an annual job finding programme, which resulted in 94% of participants getting jobs. The players on the labour market have acknowledged that unemployed people aged 50 or more have substantial vocational potential.

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    All the ice rinks have been opened in the capital now some of which include indoor rinks without entrance fees. There is no need to bring your own ice skates, as equipment rental is available.

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    We are eagerly anticipating the arrival of Christmas - we decorate our Christmas trees, cook dishes and buy gifts.

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    On 31 December, the Mayor of Warsaw and the TV station TVN invite everybody to come to Defilad Square and participate in the biggest open event of the year. The motto of the event organised by the Stołeczna Estrada is Hello 2017! Thanks to the partnership with TVN all residents of Poland will have a chance to watch the New Year’s festivities in Warsaw.

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    At the corner of Rtm. Pileckiego and Indiry Gandhi Streets in the Ursynów District, construction works on the new hospital are under way. The Mayor of Warsaw and representatives of the contractors symbolically started work on the construction site.

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    In 2016, thanks to the support of the local government of Warsaw and the General Police Headquarters, the police in Warsaw received 55 new patrol cars. New cars improve the mobility of the police officers who provide everyday security for the denizens of Warsaw. Due to the support of the local authorities, the police officers will be able to reach more quickly the residents who called them and provide help.

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    No more stereotyping! Visitors are surprised by the energy, creativity and openness they encounter in Warsaw. For the purposes of the latest promotional campaign, the City of Warsaw asked a popular blogger to say what she thought about Warsaw. As it turned out, she loved it.

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    There are 23 horses in the Warsaw Police force, all of them of the Silesian horse breed, tall, massive and dark. They serve as a direct coercion measure. Securing certain parts of the city and mass events would be very challenging without them.

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    Wedla Avenue, behind the Powszechny Theatre, is to be transformed. The above-mentioned greenery patch will be renovated to commemorate the 25th anniversary of signing the Polish-German Treaty on Good Neighbourhood and Friendly Cooperation. On 25 November, a letter of intent was signed regarding this matter.