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Morning headlines: Tuesday 15th January 2019

Covering Britain's Brexit chaos: three Finnish correspondents have their say Britain’s parliament is facing one of its biggest votes in recent memory today. Later this...

Morning headlines: Monday 14th January 2019

New Metropolia campus opens for students today Thousands of students are starting a new term at Metropolia University of Applied Sciences today in Helsinki, and...

Morning headlines: Friday 11th January 2019

Turku attacker case in appeals court today The case of Abderrahman Bouanane, the attacker inspired by ISIS to go on a a knife attack that...

Morning headlines: Thursday 10th January 2019

Immigrant journalist training course confronts its critics A Finnish university’s plans to re-train immigrant journalists has attracted dozens of applicants for the spring course, and...

Morning headlines: Wednesday 9th January 2019

Heavy snow: road warnings & flight delays Up to 15cm of fresh snow overnight in Uusimaa is causing some problems on the roads and flight...

Morning headlines: Tuesday 8th January 2019

Parliament back after Christmas break The Finnish parliament is back in session today, for the first time since Christmas holidays. This morning committees will be...

Morning headlines: Monday 7th January 2019

Levi hotel guests evacuated Guests at a hotel in Levi were evacuated in the middle of the night as firefighters responded to an emergency call....

Morning headlines: Friday 4th January 2018

Norway decision on search for missing climbers Search and rescue crews in northern Norway will consider this morning if weather conditions make it safe for...

Morning headlines: Wednesday 2nd January 2019

Åland paralyzed by severe winter storm Åland has been hit by a severe winter storm, causing widespread problems throughout the islands. All the main roads...

Morning headlines: Tuesday 1st January 2019

Fights, fires, and drunks for 112 responders to deal with It was a busy New Year's Eve for Finland's police officers. Perhaps unsurprisingly Helsinki saw...