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News Now Finland journalist wins European award

News Now Finland journalist Elias Huuhtanen has won the Free Press Unlimited 2019 Newcomer of the Year - Hans Verploeg Award. Huuhtanen, 24, was nominated for...

More local news in English for the capital city region

If you've opened the pages of Helsingin Uutiset, Vantaan Sanomat or Länsiväylä newspapers recently you might have noticed something new. We've partnered with publisher Etelä-Suomen Media Oy to cooperate...

Greens pull funding for Vihreä Lanka party magazine

The Green League political party has decided to withdraw funding for its magazine Vihreä Lanka - Green Yarn - at the end of the...

Sámi journalist named one of BBC’s ‘100 women of 2019’

A Sámi journalist - one of only two who writes and broadcasts in the Skolt Sámi language - has been named as one of...

News Now Finland journalism nominated for European award

Dutch media NGO Free Press Unlimited has nominated News Now Finland journalist Elias Huuhtanen for the 2019 Newcomer of the Year - Hans Verlploeg Award. Huuhtanen,...

Most Finns trust the media – but numbers are falling

Most Finns trust most of the media, most of the time. But the numbers are falling. That's one of the key findings from the 2019...

Finland rises up World Press Freedom Index

The latest World Press Freedom Index has been released today, and it sees Finland climb from 4th to 2nd place. The index is compiled by...

University course lets immigrant journalists retrain to work in Finland

A group of twenty students has started their studies at an innovative university course which takes immigrants who already have a background in journalism,...

A country divided: how Finnish journalists are covering Britain’s Brexit chaos

Britain's parliament is facing one of its biggest votes in recent memory today. Later this evening politicians will vote on whether to accept the...

Immigrant journalist training programme confronts its critics

A Finnish university's plans to re-train immigrant journalists has attracted dozens of applicants for the spring course, and some critics as well. Last summer, Haaga-Helia...