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Thursday's papers: Police broaden care-home murder inquiry, more nepotism claims, and Stockmann's "blunders"

The alleged poisoning murder and robbery of an elderly woman by two nurses employed to look after her makes the front pages of many papers today, with police now saying they are looking into what happened to other patients of the private care company involved. Meanwhile the boss of the Finnish customs authority issues a bullish dismissal of nepotism allegations, and can the incoming chief of iconic department store Stockmann turn around the chain's "failing" customer service?


Monday's papers: Road tragedy in Savo, jobs for the kids, shady pension dealings and Helsinki's changing neighbourhoods

Monday mornings papers take on a sombre note with reports of a tragic collision between a car and a bus that claimed the lives of a woman and three children. In other coverage, the dailies take a look at the dubious dealings of a board member of four state-owned companies and a pension fund management company, while a leading daily continues to keep tabs on Helsinki's changing demographics.