Finland Watch

This page provides links to English-language articles (and some in Spanish) on public debates about domestic and foreign policy issues in Finland. I am also including articles about Finnish cultural scene.

 

by Aleksi Teivainen, Helsinki Times, 21 January 2019

Morning headlines, News Now Finland, 21 January 2019

Monday's papers: Failed integration, the future of clear-cut logging, and golden jackals, YLE News, 21 January 2019

2% of rejected asylum seekers pose security threat, says NBI, YLE News, 19 January 2019

Helsinki’s new pedestrian plans ‘will bring more cars’ to the capital by Petja Pirhonen, News Now Finland, 19 January 2019

All Points North #36: Media coverage of child sex abuse allegations with Anu Koivunen and Sam Kingsley, YLE News, 18 January 2019

Collapse of Brexit deal to complicate operations 15,000 Finnish businesses by Aleksi Teivainen, Helsinki Times, 18 January 2019

Morning headlines, News Now Finland, 17 January 2019

Friday's papers: Incomes register security concerns, forced sterilisation and depressed workers, YLE News, 18 January 2019

PM: Brits in Finland should register with immigration services, YLE News, 17 January 2019

Finns Party on an upward trend, NCP creeps closer to SDP, confirms poll by HS by Aleksi Teivainen, Helsinki Times, 17 January 2019

Morning headlines, News Now Finland, 17 January 2019

Thursday's papers: Blizzard, indecisive voters, bars to deportation, YLE News, 17 January 2019

Finnish travel poll: Most plan domestic or nearby holidays with an emphasis on local culture, YLE News, 16 January 2019

Integration panel submits 40-step education proposal, YLE News, 16 January 2019

Migri: Number of first-time asylum seekers keeps falling, YLE News, 16 January 2019

Finnish Parliament affirms support for three proposals to prevent sex crimes by Aleksi Teivainen, Helsinki Times, 16 January 2019

Wednesday's papers: Slow assault litigation, robotics in Tampere, Arctic jet set wonderland, YLE News, 16 January 2019

Finnish politicians react to Brexit vote, News Now Finland, 16 January 2019

Finnish government makes first hesitant Brexit promises to Brits, News Now Finland, 15 January 2019

"A bureaucratic pain": Brits in Finland seek answers on Brexit, YLE News, 15 January 2019

Consent campaign yields results as ministry revamps rape laws, YLE News, 15 January 2019

Report: Rise in overseas flights harms climate more than driving, YLE News, 15 January 2019

Finnwatch: Majority of Finland's baby box products made in sweatshop locations, YLE News, 15 January 2019

Finland and China pledge to increase co-operation as Niinistö meets Xi in Beijing by Aleksi Teivainen, Helsinki Times, 15 January 2019

Morning headlines, News Now Finland, 15 January 2019

A country divided: how Finnish journalists are covering Britain's Brexit chaos, News Now Finland, 15 January 2019

Tuesday's papers: Finland's sexual abuse statistics, sports and human rights talk in China, YLE News, 15 January 2019

Three shots fired through Finnish-Iraqi couple's front door, YLE News, 14 January 2019

Citizens' initiative on deporting foreign sex offenders unlikely to reach lawmakers, YLE News, 14 January 2019

Morning headlines, News Now Finland, 14 January 2019

Monday's papers: Claims on Finnishness, citizenship obstacles and 'Buy Finland', YLE News, 14 January 2019

Finland is the number one country to travel to in 2019 by Aliza Gulab, Business Insider, 11 January 2019 (video)

Laboratorios de futuro social por Cristina Manzano, El País, 11 enero 2019

Defence Forces mum on price of new Israeli-made radar system, YLE News, 11 January 2019

All Points North #35: Poverty in Finland with Eeva-Maria Grekula, Liisa Heinämäki and Jiri Sironen, YLE News, 11 January 2019

Teens demand climate change action in Helsinki demonstration, YLE News, 11 January 2019

Morning headlines, News Now Finland, 11 January 2019

Friday’s papers: Gov PR junkets under fire, drugged driving and millions paid to home-owners claiming housing benefit, YLE News, 11 January 2019

Morning headlines, News Now Finland, 10 January 2019

Immigrant journalist training programme confronts its critics by Petja Pirhonen, News Now Finland, 10 January 2019

Thursday's papers: Climate strike, avalanche risk and liquorice pipes, YLE News, 10 January 2019

Morning headlines, News Now Finland, 9 January 2019

Wednesday's papers: Metro disruption, minors targeted on social apps and sleeping rough, YLE News, 9 January 2019

by by Aleksi Teivainen, Helsinki Times, 8 January 2019

Morning headlines, News Now Finland, 8 January 2019

Tuesday's papers: Parliament returns, Tor drug case begins, snow cancels flights, YLE News, 8 January 2019

Poll: Smartphones, large classes affecting school kids' ability to concentrate, YLE News, 7 January 2019

Car sales slumped in late 2018 amid concerns over diesel, climate report, YLE News, 7 January 2019

Gender equality increasingly the norm on Finnish Union Boards by Heikki Jokinen, Trade Unin News from Finland, 7 January 2019

Morning headlines, News Now Finland, 7 January 2019

Monday's papers: Underage snus video, large police case load and the engines that couldn't, YLE News, 7 January 2019

Finnish white privilege #57: Finland’s “hostile environment” against migrants by Enrique Tessieri, Migrant Tales, 6 January 2019

Green agenda for the next generation of parliament candidates by David Mac Dougall, News Now Finland, 5 January 2019

"Finland should strip residence permits from criminals," says parliamentary speaker, YLE News, 5 January 2019

by Adam Oliver Smith, Helsinki Times, 4 January 2019

Friday's papers: Reformed alcohol law fallout, President's response to criticism, toy market, YLE News, 4 January 2019

Morning headlines, News Now Finland, 4 January 2019

Thursday's papers: Storm damage, presidential message, unpaid taxes, meteor showers, YLE News, 3 January 2019

Morning headlines, News Now Finland, 3 January 2019

Another increase in Finnish citizenship applications, as Brexit deadline looms, News Now Finland, 2 January 2019

Morning headlines, News Now Finland, 2 January 2019

Wednesday's papers: Activation model criticism, safe freeway and train delays, YLE News, 2 January 2019¨

President emphasises migration in New Year's speech, YLE News, 1 January 2019¨

President denounces extremism and intolerance in New Year speech, News Now Finland, 1 January 2019

Morning headlines, News Now Finland, 1 January 2019

Finnish researchers uncover effects of smoking on DNA of unborn children by Adam Oliver Smith, Helsinki Times, 1 January 2019

Morning headlines, News Now Finland, 31 December 2018

Guarded warehouse near airport and mysterious cargos from Baghdad; what is the US embassy in Helsinki up to? by Will Sillitoe, Helsinki Times, 29 December 2018

Gallup poll: Finns optimistic about future wellbeing, pessimistic about global politics, YLE News, 29 December 2018

President Niinistö calls Putin for talks, News Now Finland, 28 December 201

Espoo goes firework-free for New Year, as citizen’s initiative seeks ban, News Now Finland, 28 December 2018

Morning headlines, News Now Finland, 28 December 2018

Friday's papers: English education, economic growth and slippery sidewalks, YLE News, 28 December 2018

by Adam Oliver Smith, Helsinki Times, 27 December 2018

by Adam Oliver Smith, Helsinki Times, 27 December 2018

Morning headlines, News Now Finland, 27 December 2018

Thursday's papers: Fireworks ban, ski lift sabotage and most desirable employers, YLE News, 27 December 2018

Morning headlines, News Now Finland, 26 December 2018

by Aleksi Teivainen, Helsinki Times, 25 December 2018

Morning headlines, News Now Finland, 25 December 2018

Christmas charity dinner feeds more than 1,000, YLE News, 24 December 2018

Cold comfort Christmas for tens of thousands of Finns, News Now Finland, 24 December 2018

by Aleksi Teivainen, Helsinki Times, 24 December 2018

All Points North #34: A look back at 2018, YLE News, 21 December 2018

Morning headlines, News Now Finland, 21 December 2018

Friday's papers: Parents retain access to tween health records, controversial 'spit hoods' and no room for baby Jesus, YLE News, 21 December 2018

At home with Santa Claus by Pedro Grifol, El País in English, 20 December 2018

Finnish government keeps 5000 Brits in the dark over Brexit plans, News Now Finland, 20 December 2018

Activation model neither activates people nor helps in finding a job, it simply cuts unemployment benefits by Heikki Jokinen, Trade Union News from Finland, 20 December 2018

Income differences widened in Finland in 2017, says Statistics Finland by Aleksi Teivainen, Helsinki Times, 20 December 2018

Morning headlines, News Now Finland, 20 December 2018

Thursday's papers: Zimbabwe crash investigation, social media trust and Santa Claus Republic, YLE News, 20 December 2018

The dark history of Santa's city: how Rovaniemi rose from the ashes by Peter Watts, The Guardian, 19 December 2018

Morning headlines, News Now Finland, 19 December 2018

Wednesday's papers: Farmer payday loans, taxi rides for children's rights and church membership, YLE News, 19 December 2018

"Climate change a major market distortion": Central Bank forecasts slowing economic growth, YLE News, 18 December 2018

Finland’s high earners saw bigger income boost than mid, low earners in 2017, YLE News, 18 December 2018

Report: Finland's environment suffering from human activity, YLE News, 18 December 2018

by Aleksi Teivainen, Helsinki Times, 18 December 2018

Morning headlines, News Now Finland, 18 December 2018

Tuesday's papers: Sensible shopping, darker days, misleading names, and the case of the dill sniffer, YLE News, 18 December 2018

Finland sees more suicides than EU average, YLE News, 17 December 2018

Morning headlines, News Now Finland, 17 December 2018

Monday's papers: Snowy roads, blood donors, defeats in ring and rink, comet on the rise, YLE News, 17 December 2018

Ex-Centre grandee Väyrynen hits target to register new party, YLE News, 17 December 2018

Think-tank: Finland’s tumbling birthrate could cost billions, YLE News, 15 December 2018

All Points North #33: Finland's measles scare with virologist Mia Kontio, YLE News, 14 December 2018

Morning headlines, News Now Finland, 14 December 2018

Friday's papers: MPs dodge Supo bias, garbage goes to waste, and Finns fear English-language dominance, YLE News, 14 December 2018

Finnish journalist Pertti Pesonen, winner of Òmnium Cultural's International Joan B. Cendrós Award, Òmnium, 13 December 2018

Minister urges deportation, loss of citizenship for immigrant sex offenders, YLE News, 13 December 2018

Finland should adopt road tolls, raise fuel tax and number of electric cars, recommends task force by Aleksi Teivainen, Helsinki Times, 13 December 2018

Morning headlines, News Now Finland, 13 December 2018

Report: failings identified in asylum legal aid system, News Now Finland, 12 December 2018

Thursday's papers: Activation model stats, data centre deals, Alko open for Xmas, YLE News, 13 December 2018

More than 90 percent of Finnish residents are at least bilingual, YLE News, 12 December 2018

Finland to work towards creating carbon exchange during EU presidency, says Sipilä by Aleksi Teivainen, Helsinki Times, 12 December 2018

Morning headlines, News Now Finland, 12 December 2018

Wednesday's papers: Strasbourg shooting, Slush harassment, remote court, YLE News, 12 December 2018

Morning headlines, News Now Finland, 11 December 2018

SUPO warns of increased terror links in Finland, News Now Finland, 11 December 2018

Tuesday's papers: Drone warfare, measles jab advice, coping with SAD, YLE News, 11 December 2018

by Aleksi Teivainen, Helsinki Times, 11 December 2018

Report: Finnish energy industry emissions falling rapidly, YLE News, 10 December 2018

Morning headlines, News Now Finland, 10 December 2018

Monday's papers: Tax refunds to change, MPs' mileage benefit, human rights declaration anniversary, YLE News, 10 December 2018

"Bans don't help": Former President Halonen weighs in on Finland's swastika debate, YLE News, 8 December 2018

by Aleksi Teivainen, Helsinki Times, 7 December 2018

Friday's papers: Independence Day ball and demonstrations, YLE News, 7 December 2018

Nazis, vigilantes and swastikas reveal the dark side of Independence Day by David Mac Dougall, News Now Finland, 7 December 2018

by Aleksi Teivainen, Helsinki Times, 6 December 2018

Finland's flagship library Oodi opens to the public in Helsinki, YLE News, 5 December 2018

VIDEO: Exploring Oodi Central Library, News Now Finland, 5 December 2018

Morning headlines, News Now Finland, 5 December 2018

500 children celebrate Independence Day with literature-themed party, News Now Finland, 5 December 2018

Wednesday's papers: Stricter citizenship requirements, dead lion and car prices, YLE News, 5 December 2018

Sámi-themed short film makes Sundance lineup, YLE News, 4 December 2018

Tuesday's papers: Antibiotics overused, Independence Day marches, satellite launched, YLE News, 4 December 2018

Greens and Finns Party on the rise, SDP takes hit in poll by Alma Media by Aleksi Teivainen, Helsinki Times, 3 December 2018

President's call to save the Arctic at UN climate summit, News Now Finland, 3 December 2018

Morning headlines, News Now Finland, 3 December 2018

Monday's papers: HPV vaccine for boys, Swedish-speaking schools and record-warm Lapland, YLE News, 3 December 2018

Oodi Helsinki: the library is (almost) open, News Now Finland, 2 December 2018

Coping mechanisms differ as darkness descends, YLE News, 1 December 2018

All Points North #32: Money or kids? With Osmo Kontula and Safa Ali, YLE News, 30 November 2018

Morning headlines, News Now Finland, 30 November 2018

Friday's papers: Measles case, Tallinn rail tunnel and sauna benefits, YLE News, 30 November 2018

National defence enthusiasm slumps to near 30-year low, survey finds, YLE News, 29 November 2018

‘La venganza española', el documental finlandés que retrata el drama de las parejas de Cuixart y Forn por Josep M. Calvet, La Vanguardia, 29 noviembre 2018

Morning headlines, News Now Finland, 29 November 2018

Thursday's papers: Ministries at odds over ID verification, Christmas market sauna, and back taxes, YLE News, 29 November 2018

Left Alliance's proposal would reduce disposable income for people earning over €3,500 by Aleksi Teivainen, Helsinki Times, 29 November 2018

Children in Finland increasingly treated for mental health issues, YLE News, 28 November 2018

Non-profit: Thousands of refugee children need psychiatric help, YLE News, 28 November 2018

Finland is ‘worst in Europe' for racial harassment and violence, News Now Finland, 28 November 2018

Going to the sauna four times a week could drastically cut your risk of heart disease, Finnish study finds by Colin Fernandez, Mail Online, 28 November 2018

Wednesday's papers: PM in America, Nato support and Finns Party Christmas fest, YLE News, 28 November 2018

€800 basic income plan unveiled by Left Alliance, News Now Finland, 27 November 2018

Ancient DNA from mainland Finland reveals for the first time that ancestors of Saami people came from SIBERIA more than 3,500 years ago by Phoebe Weston, Mail Online, 27 November 2018

by Aleksi Teivainen, Helsinki Times, 27 November 2018

Morning headlines, News Now Finland, 27 November 2018

Tuesday's papers: Forest figures, outlet villages, Tallinn travel downtick, YLE News, 27 November 2018

by Aleksi Teivainen, Helsinki Times, 26 November 2018

Government “deeply concerned” about Russia-Ukraine tensions, News Now Finland, 26 November 2018

Morning headlines, News Now Finland, 26 November 2018

Monday's papers: Watchdog funding dispute, opioid trend worry, and 'Giving Tuesday', YLE News, 26 November 2018

Finland’s Brexit ‘queue jumpers’ strike back as divorce deal agreed by David Mac Dougall, News Now Finland, 25 November 2018

by Aleksi Teivainen, Helsinki Times, 23 November 2018

All Points North #31: Marjukka Turunen and Risto E.J. Penttilä assess Finland's basic income trial, YLE News, 23 November 2018

Foreign workers untapped resource in Finland’s growing demographic crisis, YLE News, 23 November 2018

Morning headlines, News Now Finland, 23 November 2018

Friday’s papers: Opposition cheers arms export ban to Saudi Arabia, Iraqi deportations and Finnish Black Friday, YLE News, 23 November 2018

Finland suspends arms export licences to Saudi Arabia, UAE over conflict in Yemen, YLE News, 22 November 2018

by Aleksi Teivainen, Helsinki Times, 22 November 2018

Finnish Nationalists Spark Firestorm With Bid to ‘Reclaim’ Russian Karelia, Defend Democracy Press, 22 November 2018

Morning headlines, News Now Finland, 22 November 2018

Thursday's papers: Black Friday in Finland, selective transport infra improvement, kids at work, YLE News, 22 November 2018

Lounge on the Book Heaven floor in Oodi, Helsinki's stunning new library by Violetta Teetor, Lonely Planet, 21 November 2018

by Aleksi Teivainen, Helsinki Times, 21 November 2018

Questions over Russian membership to be answered as Finland chairs Council of Europe, YLE News, 21 November 2018

by Aleksi Teivainen, Helsinki Times, 21 November 2018

Morning headlines, News Now Finland, 21 November 2018

Wednesday's papers: Police prep for Independence Day, division over lie-ins and awards for a heroic duo, YLE News, 21 November 2018

Finnish parties find consensus at cross-party climate summit, YLE News, 20 November 2018

Franco en Finlandia por Alberto Penadés, El País, 20 noviembre 2018

Morning headlines, News Now Finland, 20 November 2018

Tuesday's papers: Response to curriculum critique, burnt out kids, another superberry, and two presidential pardons, YLE News, 20 November 2018

Pension reform needed to address low birth rates, say business and labour groups, YLE News, 19 November 2018

Study: Finland could halve emissions by 2030 – and save money, YLE News, 19 November 2018

Finland demands more information from Russia about aviation GPS jamming, YLE News, 19 November 2018

Finland's digital-based curriculum impedes learning, researcher finds, YLE News, 19 November 2018

Morning headlines, News Now Finland, 19 November 2018

Monday's papers: Few women in STEM, Swedish fading, and medical marijuana's uphill battle, YLE News, 19 November 2018

Trump's Finnish 'raking' comment electrifies social media, YLE News, 18 November 2018

Finns ruthlessly mock Trump's claims they ‘take care of the floors' of forests by Bob Brighman, Raw Story, 18 November 2018

California wildfires: Finland bemused by Trump raking comment, BBC News, 18 November 2018

Finland's president said he briefed Trump on forest monitoring amid California wildfires by Michael Burke, The Hill, 18 November 2018

Donald Trump Says Finland Doesn't Have California Wildfires Problem Because ‘They Spent a Lot of Time on Raking' by Jesica Kwong, Newsweek, 17 November 2018

Brits in Finland ‘trapped' by latest Brexit deal by Tom Bateman, News Now Finland, 16 November 2018

Citizens' initiative to amend the definition of rape receives 50,000 backers by Aleksi Teivainen, Helsinki Times, 16 November 2018

All Points North #30: Tiina Ristikari and Elina Marjamäki on the mental health of youth in Finland, YLE News, 16 November 2018

Expert: More births, immigration the only remedies for Finland's shrinking working-age cohort, YLE News, 16 November 2018

Finland's fertility rate to continue to decline, against the odds by Aleksi Teivainen, Helsinki Times, 16 November 2018

Morning headlines, News Now Finland, 16 November 2018

Friday's papers: 4-day workweek, rising rates, men & #metoo and soy controversy, YLE News, 16 November 2018

PM Sipilä: Finland will approve draft Brexit deal, YLE News, 15 November 2018

Finland sees its standing in EU partly through rose-tinted glasses, suggests report by Aleksi Teivainen, Helsinki Times, 15 November 2018

Morning headlines, News Now Finland, 15 November 2018

Thursday's papers: Making migration work, expensive babies, and a silent killer, YLE News, 15 November 2018

Finnish-Turkish journalist has ‘terror' conviction quashed, News Now Finland, 14 November 2018

Morning headlines, News Now Finland, 14 November 2018

Wednesday's papers: Finland "ordinary" EU country, Airiston Helmi suspect wants money back, ferry blackout, YLE News, 14 November 2018

Finnish PM Accuses Russia of Making NATO's Giant Trident Juncture Military Drill More Realistic, Russia Insider, 13 November 2018

Morning headlines, News Now Finland, 13 November 2018

Tuesday's papers: Future of Finnish forests, more speed cameras, diesel fuel defenders and a neo-Nazi Finn, YLE News, 13 November 2018

by Aleksi Teivainen, Helsinki Times, 13 November 2018

Foreign Minister Soini to meet with US Secretary of State Pompeo, YLE News, 12 November 2018

Kremlin dismisses Finnish allegation it may have disrupted GPS signal by Tom Balmforth, Reuters, 12 November 2018

Morning headlines, News Now Finland, 12 November 2018

Monday’s papers: Paris Peace Forum, fast-tracking work-related residence permits and a pricey speeding ticket, YLE News, 12 November 2018

Law and order proposals: is Finland really turning into a ‘police state’? by David Mac Dougall, News Now Finland, 11 November 2018

Finnish PM: Russia possibly behind GPS jamming, YLE News, 11 November 2018

A truce in the struggle over dismissal law and new tripartite bill beckons peace in labour market by Heikki Jokinen, Trade Union News from Finland, 11 November 2018

Industrial Union chair slams gov't "ignorance" of working life, YLE News, 10 November 2018

Experts oppose gov't proposal to restrict right to assembly, YLE News, 10 November 2018

Foreign Minister Soini promises probe into suspected GPS jamming by Russia, YLE News, 9 November 2018

All Points North #29: Henna Huttu and Sam Kingsley on Roma portrayals in Finnish media, YLE News, 9 November 2018

Morning headlines, News Now Finland, 9 November 2018

Friday's papers: Hospital fusion, online buying boom ends, urban plans shuttered, YLE News, 9 November 2018

Finland’s ex-PM Stubb loses nomination to EU Commission top job, YLE News, 8 November 2018

Thursday’s papers: Cowboy builders at school, Brother Christmas probe advances and popular AI course now in Finnish, YLE News, 8 November 2018

The Finnish Basic Income Experiment – Correcting The Narrative by

Morning headlines, News Now Finland, 8 November 2018

Poll: Opposition SDP holds steady, YLE News, 8 November 2018

Finland: Where second-hand comes first by Roger Harrabin, BBC News, 8 November 2018

Alexander Stubb: “No quiero ver morir a la democracia liberal” por Belén Domínguez Cebrián, El País, 7 noviembre 2018

Morning headlines, News Now Finland, 7 November 2018

Wednesday's papers: Unsolved thefts, free medicine and Merkel visit, YLE News, 7 November 2018

Weber v Stubb: Will one of these men lead the EU? by Alan Fleming, BBC News, 7 November 2018

Finland bottom of the Nordic English class, YLE News, 6 November 2018

Tuesday's papers: Patient confidentiality, same-sex weddings, businesses seeking new owners, YLE News, 6 November 2018

Finland's schools ditch traditional classrooms for open-plan learning, BBC News, 6 November 2018

Column: Why the flags are flying for Swedish Heritage Day, News Now Finland, 6 November 2018

Govt, unions, private sector reach accord on controversial firing bill, YLE News, 5 November 2018

Morning headlines, News Now Finland, 5 November 2018

Monday's papers: Record import of used cars, domestic food prices, and another imbibing pilot, YLE News, 5 November 2018

Pekka Haavisto elected new Greens chair, YLE News, 3 November 2018

Student loans in Finland balloon to more than 3bn euros, YLE News, 2 November 2018

Slight progress in Finland: Equal Pay Day nudges forward into November, YLE News, 2 November 2018

Ministry report on foreign aid urges Finland to boost long-term commitments, YLE News, 2 November 2018

Leaked EU Documents Show Finland Leading Efforts to Undermine Human Rights Standards by Adam Smith, Helsinki Times, 2 November 2018

Kotus: Finnish and Swedish are under serious threat by Aleksi Teivainen, Helsinki Times, 2 November 2018

Morning headlines, News Now Finland, 2 November 2018

Friday's papers: Gender pay gap, progressive taxation, and city bikes take a break, YLE News, 2 November 2018

Fewer people moving to Finland, more leaving, YLE News, 1 November 2018

Morning headlines, News Now Finland, 1 November 2018

Thursday's papers: Name-based discrimination, budget-friendly supermarkets and waving to pay, YLE News, 1 November 2018

More working part-time in Finland – and not by choice, YLE News, 1 November 2018

Nato jets over Finnish Lapland as Rovaniemi hosts major military exercise, YLE News, 31 October 2018

Climate change looms over future of Finnish forestry industry, YLE News, 31 October 2018

Morning headlines, News Now Finland, 31 October 2018

Tuesday's papers: Finland and NATO, English gaining ground, peeking at your neighbour's finances, YLE News, 30 October 2018

Morning headlines, News Now Finland, 30 October 2018

by Aleksi Teivainen, Helsinki Times, 30 October 2018

Unions suspend industrial action after Government backs off on bill to ease dismissals by Heikki Jokinen, Trade Union News from Finland, 29 October 2018

Trying To Finn-ish Us Off? by Leonid Savin, OrientalReview.org, 29 October 2018

Morning headlines, News Now Finland, 29 October 2018

Monday's papers: Emergency response, free flu shots and rising anti-Semitism, YLE News, 29 October 2018

Eeva Lennon, Lontoo (a memoir) by Antti Alanen, Film Diary, 28 October 2018

Life expectancy of men catching up with women in Finland, YLE News, 27 October 2018

 

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