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Harstad

(här`stä), town (1995 pop. 22,951), Troms co., NW Norway, on Hinnøya, the largest island of Norway. It is a fishing center and a bunkering place for coastal steamers and trawlers. Nearby is the fortified church of Trondenes (13th cent.).
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Harstad municipality invites open tenders in connection with the signing of an agreement on molding materials, toys and games for the units in harstad municipality and municipality of qufjord.
The court on Wednesday upheld a Minnesota Court of Appeals ruling that found the city of Woodbury didn't have the authority to impose a nearly $1.4 million "major roadway assessment" on developer Martin Harstad as a condition for approving his proposed 183-unit residential development in the growing suburb.
THE Mighty Fine Company (mightyfinecompany.com; 0845 072 0090) offers a four-night stay in the Arctic at the Thon Hotel in Harstad, Norway, from PS1,392pp (four sharing) - saving PS150pp.
The COO further said that the company will set up a local organisation in the north of Norway, based in Harstad, supplementing its existing maritime industry activities in Harstad.Country: NorwaySector: Petroleum/Natural Gas/Coal, Business and Consumer ServicesTarget: Norwegian Petro Services Buyer: Det Norske VeritasType: Corporate acquisitionStatus: Closed
Harstad's Buzz Aldrin has already been published and marked as a best-seller in eleven countries.
Johan Harstad, Buzz Aldrin, What Happened To You in All the Confusion?
"Live it Up!: But Don't Outlive Your Income" is a guide to attaining that balance, as Scott Harstad advises readers on saving money, spending money wisely, and living it up.
Sjokanten shopping centre, or Sjokanten Senter, in Harstad, northern Norway, scheduled for opening in February 2011.
They urinated on locals, each other and over furniture in a bar, in Harstad, northern Norway.
The roads from Narvik to Evenes would reportedly be upgraded at a cost of NOK50m, so travellers could use the Harstad Airport in Evenes.
Chris Stock, principal percussion , directed the FHKN Military Band in Harstad, David Langstroth performed on double bass and electric bass whilst leading members of the Troms Symphony Orchestra and in Oslo, keyboard player Robert Court directed a vocal quartet.
Several thousand visitors travel annually to the town of Harstad, situated a cool 188 miles north of the Arctic Circle, to experience the work of 100 to 130 artists.