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Morning headlines: Thursday 2nd July 2020

Maria Ohisalo interview: Borders, feminism and Finland's green recovery Finland's Interior Minister Maria Ohisalo (Green) has three big issues on her desk at the moment: the...

Morning headlines: Wednesday 1st July 2020

Thousands still affected by summer storm Päivö The effects of summer storm Päivö, which brought heavy rain, high winds and thunderstorms to many parts of...

Morning headlines: Tuesday 30th June 2020

Seal warnings as Saimaa fishing net ban comes to an end A seasonal ban on fishing nets in parts of Lake Saimaa, put in place...

Morning headlines: Monday 29th June 2020

Russia denies its reactors are responsible for any nuclear leak Russia says none of its nuclear facilities are responsible for a rise in radioactive isotopes...

Morning headlines: Friday 26th June 2020

Ministers, Border Guard unsighted on UK 'travel corridor' plan The BBC reports that Boris Johnson’s government is set to announce a list of countries, including Finland,...

Morning headlines: Thursday 25th June 2020

Buying wines in supermarkets? Finns are split on the issue Finns are divided over the idea of selling wines in supermarkets. While it's a common...

Morning headlines: Wednesday 24th June 2020

Parliament starts debate on MP prosecution request Parliament will begin a discussion today on whether an MP Juha Mäenpää from the Finns Party can be prosecuted...

Morning headlines: Tuesday 23rd June 2020

Fuengirola Mayor hopes Finnish tourists return Spain has opened its borders to EU and Schengen visitors this week, and authorities are hoping enough tourists come...

Morning headlines: Friday 19th June 2020

Midsummer holiday begins  The Midsummer holiday begins today and that means the busiest time on the roads is Friday morning as people head to their...

Morning headlines: Thursday 18th June 2020

Donald Trump 'thought Finland was part of Russia' A new book from one of Donald Trump's former top advisors claims the US president thought Finland...