According to the latest safety survey, climate change is the greatest safety concern among Helsinki residents aged 15-79.Read More
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This full-blooded version of the play has been so successful that it has been constantly revived and toured worldwide since 2001.Read More
Finland Today analyzed the figures behind the climate strike.Read More
March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month. Every year a staggering 370,000 EU citizens are diagnosed and 170,000 die from the disease.Read More
Thousands of Finnish kids walked out of their schools and protested outside of their local town halls, squares and in Helsinki in front of the Parliament Building, in a show of solidarity in the global strike on climate change.Read More
The Prodigy Cancels All Shows After Keith Flint’s Death – Here’s What it Was Like at Their Last Gig in Helsinki
Finland Today reporter Morgan Walker attended the Prodigy’s show in Helsinki in November 2015, which turned out to be their last performance in Finland with their original ensemble.Read More
On Wednesday, he was tweeting from the recovery room.Read More
President Sauli Niinistö to Have Hip Surgery Today – Plans to Get on His Feet the Following Day And Continue Working
President Sauli Niinistö, 70, will have a hip surgery today.Read More
More than 100 researchers representing universities in eight countries have spent years examining social justice in education from various angles.Read More
Foreign Minister Timo Soini (Blue Reform) has been awarded a decoration of the II class of the Order of the Cross of Terra Mariana (Maarjamaa Risti teenetemärk) by the Estonian President Kersti Kaljulaid.Read More
President Sauli Niinistö participated in a panel discussion on arms control at the Munich Security Conference in Germany.Read More
The government will start the preparation and introduction of these measures without delay.Read More
“They have been tricked to come to Finland with false images.”Read More
According to US President Donald Trump, there are 800 captured Isis fighters in Syria, and they should be sent to European countries and put on trial.Read More
Foreign Minister Soini Would Tackle Finland’s Elderly Care Crisis By Bringing in Nurses From the Philippines
“We need more caring hands, mainly from our home country but also from abroad,” Soini writes in his blog.Read More
Minister for European Affairs, Culture and Sport Sampo Terho has asked government officials to investigate the possibility.Read More
According to Sampo Terho, a quota would “contribute to the integration and peaceful working environment in schools.”Read More
Ski jumper legend Matti Nykänen died on the night between Sunday and Monday.Read More
“This is a huge challenge for me in many ways,” Darude said.Read More
The good relations between the two countries and the will to further enhance them where among the key topics discussed by the Prime Minister of Sweden Stefan Löfven and Finnish Prime Minister Juha Sipilä in Helsinki.Read More
“With this special act, we want to ensure that UK citizens now living in Finland can continue to live in Finland without any problems.”Read More
Stefan Löfven was re-elected as the Swedish prime minister after the parliamentary election last autumn.Read More
Onni Means ‘Happiness’ And Is the Most Popular Finnish First Name For Boys in 2016 – Sofia For Girls
Here are the most popular baby names in 2016.Read More
The Good Country Index takes stock of 35 measurements that show countries’ contributions in different categories.Read More
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President Niinistö: Finland Is Happy to Support China’s Introduction of Winter Sports to Hundreds of Millions
President Sauli Niinistö speaks at the launch of the China-Finland Year of Winter Sports in Beijing.Read More
The Finnish Young Lions win gold at the World Junior Hockey Championships in Canada.Read More
The old HSL (Helsinki Regional Transport) travel cards can no longer be topped up at ticket machines after Monday, January 7.Read More
As a foreigner who has taken a few years to adjust to the darker months, I wanted to find out what a professional would recommend as a remedy.Read More
The parade will be participated by troops from all three services, the National Defence University, the Finnish Border Guard as well as veterans’ and national defense organizations with the total attendance strength of approximately 900 persons.Read More
In addition, half of the respondents in a survey consider Independence Day celebrations more important than before.Read More
On Friday, Estonian and Finnish ministers and city leaders met in Helsinki to further the planned tunnel between Helsinki and Tallinn.Read More
The rise in radical Islamist propaganda targeting Finland and Finland’s heightened profile in the radical Islamist field have raised the threat of terrorism against Finland.Read More
Helsinki to Begin Anonymous Recruiting – Job Applications to be Processed Without Name, Gender and Other Personal Info
Anonymous recruiting entails that the applicant’s name, date of birth and other personal info are not included in the job application.Read More
The 15-point declaration states that more needs to be done to reach the goals set out in the Paris Agreement.Read More
Prime Minister Juha Sipilä to Meet EU Leaders in Helsinki on Wednesday and Thursday – Including Orban and Merkel
Sipilä will receive a number of guests at the prime minister’s official residence Kesäranta.Read More
There are about 300,000 people living in Finland whose mother tongue is Swedish.Read More
Ever since Finland achieved independence in 1917, December 6 has been a cherished date on the Finns calendar. Finland’s history is filled with domination by neighboring empires which has created a little sibling type relationship within the Nordic region.Read More
The German troops had an opportunity to maneuver among the dense islands. This is not possible along the German coast where the geography is different.Read More
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