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    Documents, telephones, watches and electronics - these are the most common items lost by Warsaw residents. In 2021, the capital’s Lost Property Office accepted 6,600 items for safekeeping, 400 more than the year before.

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    Since January the Warsaw Labour Office has started a pilot project called “A skilful worker has no age”. It is an opportunity for Warsaw pensioners to receive training, get an extra job to earn more money, and to re-enter the labour market.

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    Higher electricity and heating bills have affected numerous residents of Warsaw, which is why the City of Warsaw has prepared a municipal form of support for residents of the capital in the form of additional funds to cover housing costs. The City will also be accepting applications for government shielding allowance.

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    Four new bus lines will connect Wawer with Wilanów and Ursynow, and will reach Kępa Tarchomińska, Zawady and Pruszków.

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    The enrollments for the Warsaw campaign “Winter in the City” will start tomorrow. As every year, during the winter holidays, students and children living in the capital will be provided with care and activities adapted to the epidemic situation.