Category: Greater Helsinki
The strikes against the government’s cuts cleared the streets of downtown Helsinki on...
Public transport will be disrupted on Friday.
About 13,000 people, according to police estimates, took part in a protest called “Stop Now!” in the Senate Square on Thursday afternoon
The low-temperature record may be broken in Helsinki this week.
The weather has once again caused Helsinki’s trams to run irregularly.
Lux Helsinki began on Wednesday evening, illuminating the Finnish capital in freezing weather that felt close to -30 degrees Celsius. View our gallery.
The public transportation system has been struggling with the freezing conditions over the past few days.
Here’s a complete list of where fireworks are prohibited in Helsinki this year.
The event starts with a children’s program. The night ends with a pyrotechnic display. Käärijä is not recommended for kids under twelve.
Police fined a cyclist in Helsinki for failing to give way to a motorist.
A footbridge structure failed in Tapiola, Espoo on Thursday morning injuring 27 people.
The Railway Strike Has Ended; Traffic to Return to Normal on Friday; A List of First Trains that Begin Operating
The strike began on Monday and stopped all train traffic in Finland. View a list of the first trains that will begin operating on Friday.
The strike of Railway Union Finland (RAU) will halt train traffic from Monday until further notice.
The bus strike has ended, and bus services will return to normal on Monday.
The new section of the line is seven kilometers long, with five new stations.
The aim of the fee is to get the reserved material more quickly to the customers of the libraries.
These parking areas are located near the city’s service clusters and public transport hubs.
1,050 New City Bikes Arrive on the Streets of Helsinki; 3,872 Bikes Available in Capital Region at the Beginning of Season
City bikes have arrived back on the streets in Helsinki, Espoo and Vantaa.
Helsinki Regional Transport Authority (HSL) is preparing to swiftly make wearing face masks mandatory.
New Restrictions for Capital Region: Private Gyms and Public Saunas to Close; Indoor Hobbies for Children Over 12 Suspended
The Metropolitan Area coronavirus coordination group has decided to impose a number of new restrictions including closing private gyms, public saunas and spas.
Police Reveal More Details About the Discovery of a Body Under a Crushed Car in Vantaa’s Myyrmäki District on Friday
Police say it is possible the man found under a crushed car in Myyrmäki, Vantaa, was the victim of a homicide.
Somali Community Mourns Victims of Devastating Fire in Vantaa That Claimed Lives of Mother and Four Children on Sunday
Five people were rescued from an apartment in Vantaa, Hakunila, but all five died despite attempts to revive them.
Finavia opened a new terminal at Helsinki Airport on Tuesday, which centralizes the check-in, security controls and baggage claims in a single terminal.