A nurse who worked at a geriatric psychiatric hospital in Kupitaa, Turku was sentenced to 40 day fines - some 560 euros - for assaulting a patient more than one year ago.
Finnish communications giant Nokia and US tech behemoth Apple announced on Tuesday that they have settled all of their litigation and signed a patent license and a business cooperation agreement. The announcement saw Nokia Corporation's share price rise by more than 6.7 percent by 1:15 pm Finnish time on Tuesday.
Helsinki police are on standby to intervene in the event that fans of rival Helsinki football clubs clash in Tuesday afternoon’s opening fixture of the annual local "Stadin derby" tournament. Officials had previously mandated that the games be played on weekdays in a bid to shut down hooliganism.
Finland's President, Prime Minister, and Foreign Minister all reacted to Monday night's blast in Manchester with sharp condemnations of the attack. Meanwhile, a ranking police official has told Yle that authorities see no need raise the terrorism alert level here in Finland.
With few exceptions, the morning's papers lead with the suspected terrorist attack at a concert in Manchester, England, that left at least19 dead and scores injured. Other items included a look at how the government is, or is not dealing with the national debt, and how police are rethinking speeding fines.