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Nokia To Cut Hundreds Of Jobs In Finland

Nokia is again set to cut hundreds of jobs in Finland. The technology company announced Thursday morning that it will start negotiations to cut approximately...

Pirita Näkkäläjärvi Column: Presidential Candidates Lack Sámi Focus

The highlight of Sauli Niinistö’s first term as a president of Finland? This, if you ask me: “Indigenous Peoples should have the right to participate...

Habiba Ali Column: Let’s Vote For A Moral Leader

This is my first column this year, and I hope you start 2018 like me with recharged batteries. You might have noticed that we have...

WEEKEND: From Holy Land To Lapland – Finland’s Surprising Seasonal Visitors

A surprising number of winter visitors from Israel are making a big impact on the local economy of Rovaniemi, as thousands come each year...

Finnish Citizenship Rush For Brexit Brits

New figures show there's been a surge in British nationals applying for Finnish citizenship since the UK voted to leave the European Union. According to...

Mirage: Why Helsinki’s ‘Grand Mosque’ Disappeared

Plans by Muslim developers to build a Grand Mosque complex in Helsinki never really gained any support from local government due to fears about...

Silent Vigil: Finland’s War Dead, Military, Honoured Among Independence Day Festivities

Thousands of volunteers are standing silent vigil next to the graves of Finnish war veterans today, as the country marks 100 years of independence. The...

Foreign Minister on Myanmar Visit

Foreign Minister Tim Soini (Blue) is in Myanmar for a two day visit. During his visit, Soini will attend the ASEM Asia-Europe Foreign Ministers Meeting in...

Paavo Väyrynen’s Presidential Bid Falters

A bid to enter the 2018 Presidential election race by veteran politician Paavo Väyrynen has hit a snag: he can't get enough endorsements. Candidates need...