Synonyms for hareid or Related words with hareid

sykkylven              surnadal              halsa              rindal              stranda              tingvoll              flakstad              sunndal              nordreisa              kvinesdal              vestnes              volda              malvik              ytre              drangedal              farsund              stathelle              sunnhordland              gjemnes              fosen              lyngdal              kvinnherad              leksvik              skaun              aukra              salangen              stryn              midsund              langesund              billag              verdal              ballangen              kopervik              lillesand              gloppen              namdalseid              aurland              hadsel              agdenes              ringebu              lindesnes              orkdal              melhus              eigersund              orkanger              tvedestrand              gauldal              evje              midtre              songdalen             



Examples of "hareid"
The town centre of Hareid is home to Hareid elementary school and Hareid junior high school, with two more elementary schools in more rural parts of the municipality.
Hareid Church () is a parish church in Hareid Municipality in Møre og Romsdal county, Norway. It is located in the village of Hareid on the eastern side of the island of Hareidlandet. The church is part of the Hareid parish in the Søre Sunnmøre deanery in the Diocese of Møre. The white wooden church was built in 1877 and it seats about 400 people.
He joined Molde FK from Hareid IL in 1988. He was an unused substitute in the 1989 Norwegian Football Cup Final. In 1990 he returned to Hareid.
Hareid is the administrative centre of Hareid Municipality in Møre og Romsdal county, Norway. The village is located on the eastern coast of the island of Hareidlandet, along the Sulafjorden. The village has a shopping center, some industry, a hotel, and Hareid Church. The village has a population (2013) of 3,245; giving the village a population density of .
The Norwegian County Road 61 runs from Hareid to the town of Ulsteinvik on the other side of the island. There is also a ferry that runs between Hareid and Sulesund across the Sulafjorden on the island of Sula. There is another road heading north from Hareid to the village of Brandal, and it heads south to the village of Hjørungavåg.
Hareid is a municipality in Møre og Romsdal county, Norway. It is part of the Sunnmøre region. The administrative centre is the village of Hareid. The other main population centers are Brandal and Hjørungavåg.
Trine Pilskog (born 1 December 1972) is a Norwegian middle-distance runner. She was born in Hareid.
Vikebladet Vestposten is the major local newspaper of Ulstein and Hareid in the Sunnmøre region of Norway.
Hareide was born in Ålesund and was a member of Hareid municipality council between 1931 and 1937.
The island of Sula was historically divided between the old Borgund Municipality and Hareid Municipality, with the sparsely-populated southwestern part of the island belonging to Hareid. On 1 July 1958, the part of Hareid Municipality on Sula was administratively transferred to Borgund Municipality, uniting the whole island under one local government. Then on 1 January 1968, Borgund Municipality was merged with the town of Ålesund, so the island of Sula became a part of the new Ålesund Municipality. On 1 January 1977, the island of Sula and some small surrounding islands were separated from Ålesund Municipality to form the new Sula Municipality.
After finishing junior high school in Hareid, students can complete a high school education in one of Hareid's neighbouring communitites such as Ulsteinvik or Ålesund.
On the local level Gjerde was a member of Hareid municipality council from 1987 to 1991, and later served as mayor from 1999 to 2007.
The Church of Norway has one parish "(sokn)" within the municipality of Hareid. It is part of the Søre Sunnmøre deanery in the Diocese of Møre.
Primary industries such as fisheries and agriculture have traditionally been important ways of life in Hareid, and continue to be so for some of the population.
The municipality of Hareid was established on 1 January 1917 when it was separated from Ulstein Municipality to form a municipality of its own. Originally, the municipality included the eastern part of Hareidlandet island and the southwestern part of Sula island. The initial population was 2,310. On 1 July 1958, the southwestern part of the island of Sula (population: 68) was transferred from Hareid Municipality to Borgund Municipality.
The municipality (originally the parish) is named after the old "Hareid" farm (Old Norse: "Haðareið"), since the first church (Hareid Church) was built there. The first element is the genitive case of the name of the island "Hǫð" (now "Hareidlandet") and the last element is "eið" which means "isthmus". The meaning of the name of the island is unknown. It is however speculated that it might be connected to the Norse god Höðr
In recent years Hareid has developed into a modern industrial municipality with a variety of industries, including furniture, fish farming, offshore and subsea ship systems, and other manufacturers of ship equipment. Many Hareid companies specialize in manufacturing maritime equipment and components, and are part of the maritime cluster of Sunnmøre. Such clusters are considered by the EU to be "powerful engines of economic development and drivers for innovation in Europe".
MRF introduced a hovercraft service from Ørsta via Hareid to Ålesund and Vigra, then onwards to Molde and Åndalsnes. The 18-passenger craft sank only days after the service was inaugurated in April 1965. Two more hovercraft were delivered and served the route. Travel times was 50 minutes to Molde, 80 minutes to Åndalsnes, 25 minutes to Hareid and 50 minutes to Ørsta. However, by the time of the fall storms the authorities withdrew the operating certificate due to safety concerns.
Brandal is a village in Hareid Municipality in Møre og Romsdal county, Norway. It is located on the eastern shores of the island of Hareidlandet, along the Sulafjorden. The village lies about north of the municipal centre of Hareid and about northeast of the town of Ulsteinvik on the other side of the island. The village has a population (2013) of 346 people, giving the village a population density of .
He played youth football for Hareid, but joined Hødd before the 2012 season. He made his senior league debut in April 2012 in a 2–1 win against Bodø/Glimt.