Stories of the terror and devastation across Nepal following Saturday's earthquake dominate this morning's papers, with coverage also of the 20 Finnish nationals still unaccounted for. Elsewhere, Finns living in Estonia report widespread happiness at the lower price tags in their adopted home, and a Turku café owner gets landed with a fine because a customer didn't want a receipt.
A wildlife observation spot in Kontiovaara near Lieksa is proving increasingly popular with nature enthusiasts from all over the world. The place has become well known for its bears and wolverines.
In Helsinki a group of Nepalese people has started collecting Finnish Red Cross donations to help victims of the massive earthquake that devastated Nepal on Saturday. The Finnish Red Cross is also preparing to send aid teams to Nepal.
The Kärpät team from Oulu won the 2015 Finnish ice hockey championship on Saturday night, after defeating Tampere's Tappara 2 goals to 1 in extra time.
Boxer Eva Wahlström made history in Helsinki on Saturday, becoming the first Finnish woman to win the World Super Featherweight Champion title. On the same day, Edis Tatli won the European lightweight boxing title for men.