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Recycled Can Chandeliers - Dutch Designer Willem Heeffer Turned 334...
Using simple items like a recycled can, you can create some incredibly appealing decor.
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Finextra Research news
Cash is dead - in Finland at least
Recently my work has taken me to Helsinki a couple of times, and during my last visit to one of our customers the conversation turned to cash or rather to the lack of it.
Wed May 22, 2013
Baked bean candeliers shine bright
This is up-cycling in industrial scale. After collection at the many commited restaurants and cleaning these tins are transformed into fork and knifeholders, bar lights, a floor to ceiling storage display and three chandeliers.
Restel chooses Otrum to provide interactive TV solutions to Cumulus and Rantasipi hotels
May 21st, 2013 - Otrum today announced that it has been chosen to provide TV solutions to all hotels within the Cumulus and Rantasipi brands in Finland.
Guggenheim museum proposed for Wales
There are proposals to bring a Guggenheim museum to Wales in a bid to replicate the success of the iconic art gallery in Bilbao in Spain.
Cargotec Has Opened a New Technology and Competence Centre in Tampere
Cargotec's Technology and Competence Centre was inaugurated today in an official opening ceremony in Tampere.
UPDATE 1-EU regulators to approve Ahlstrom, Munksjo deal -source
Finnish paper firm Ahlstrom is set to secure European Union approval for the merger of its label unit with Munksjo to form the world No.
Tue May 21, 2013
The St. Petersburg Times
Akvarium's Boris Grebenshchikov, photographed in 1987.
Dmitry Konradt, one of the city's top fine-art photographers, was there with his camera to document most of the historic moments as well as the liberating spirit of St.
The China Post
Finnish startup launches phone to rival big players
A group of ex-Nokia employees who quit over the company's decision to abandon the planned MeeGo operating system in favor of Windows presented their own smartphone on Monday, hoping to rival the sector's giants.
Sikh man in Finland fights for right to wear turban at work
Gill Sukhdarshan Singh, who works at the Veolia bus company at Vantaa near the Finnish capital of Helsinki, is trying to set a precedent by making the authorities allow him to wear a turban at work, Yle, the Finnish public broadcasting company, reported Tuesday.
Mon May 20, 2013
Finnish MeeGo Startup Jolla Reveals First Phone: 4.5a 3 Display,...
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Sun May 19, 2013
Will there ever be a beard without a Borko?
Borko, also known as Bjorn Kristjansson, is one of the enigmatic performers on the Iceland music scene.
Sat May 18, 2013
Mail on Sunday
Coffee is more than just a hangover pick-me-up as it also fights the effects of alcohol
Now new research shows that a mug of coffee can do more for a bleary-eyed reveller than simply lift a hangover.
Fri May 17, 2013
AHLSTROM OYJa : Ahlstrom publishes carve-out financial information...
Ahlstrom Oyj Alvar Allon katu 3 C, FI-00100 Helsinki P.O.Box 329, FI-00101 Helsinki FINLAND Tel.: +358 10 8880 Fax: +358 10 888 4709 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Not to be distributed in or into Australia, Canada, the Hong Kong special administrative region of the People's Republic of China, Japan, New Zealand, South Africa or the United States.
Globe and Mail
How Finland's culture supports its telecom startups
For Stefano Mosconi, the opportunity to work for telecommunications powerhouse Nokia was enough to lure him to the bustling streets of Helsinki from his life-long home in Rome.
Metso-Supplied Finland's Largest Pellet-Fired Heating Plant Produces...
Finland's largest pellet-fired heating plant, which was supplied by Metso to Tampereen Energiantuotanto Oy, Tampere, is based on a technological solution that is the first of its kind in the country.
Sofia News Agency
Bulgarian Drumming Duo Fails to Make Eurovision Finals
The drumming duo Elitsa and Stoyan Yankulov-Stundzhi represented Bulgaria at the Eurovision Song Contest, six years after winning the hearts of millions of viewers around Europe.
Thu May 16, 2013
Sentinel & Enterprise
Church to host concert of Finnish piano music
A program of solo piano works by Finnish composers will be performed by Gail Olszewski, Sunday, May 19, at 4 p.m., at Ashburnham Community Church, 84 Main St.
Austrian hostage says feared execution in Yemen
An Austrian man held hostage for five months in Yemen said he was kept in permanent darkness in a room too small to stand in and was forced to convert to Islam at gunpoint.
Sorad: a systems biology approach to predict and modulate dynamic...
To understand a disease and to help discover novel therapeutic approaches, we have to reveal the molecular mechanisms underlying signal transduction and use that information to design targeted perturbations.