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At the press conference, Rousseff emphasised Brazil’s interest in the Finnish education system and teacher training. Nearly 18 per cent of the Brazilian population is functionally illiterateRead More
For me summer is a time to indulge in a sun drenched, languid apathy. A barbecue here, a white wine spritzer there, nothing too fancy and nothing too potentially stress inducing.Read More
Greens’ Pekka Haavisto is running for the president for the second time.Read More
The past year has left us to deal with three major issues: security, economy and the environment.
The issues were highlighted by President Sauli Niinistö in his traditional New Year’s Speech on Wednesday January 1 2015.
Posted by Editorial Team | February 9, 2019 1:51 pm
Code of Conduct Finland Today is a non-partisan media organization based in the center of Helsinki, Finland. We aim to deliver impartial, fact-based and informed media content in the English language to all residents of...Read More
Tinja Myllykangas Lives in the Wilderness of Lapland, Photos Are Delighting Viewers Around the World
A young Finnish woman living 300 kilometres from the nearest town in the Lapland wilderness, a dog whisperer with 85 sled huskies, became famous across the globe after a French photographer Brice Portolano documented her life in a photo essay.Read More
According to the air guitar ideology, ”Wars would end, climate change would stop and bad things would disappear if all the people in the world played the air guitar.”Read More
Finland Today blogger Ashley Tukiainen shares her New Year’s resolutions and asks you to share yours.Read More
The E18 motorway connection from Turku to Vaalimaa is now fully completed. The connection is very important for business and safety.Read More
If all goes well, strong beer, cider and long drinks (up to 5.5%) will arrive in the corner store near you January 2017.Read More
The maximum amount of assistance for the voluntary return of third-country citizens will be increased today.Read More