The All Points North podcast asks why a Helsinki resident struggled so much to access emergency HIV prevention drugs.
Yle News' All Points North podcast asks if foreigners get paid less than Finns.
Matilda Castrén is the first Finn to compete in golf's Solheim Cup.
We look into the Finnish evacuation operation in Afghanistan as well as the challenges many people face when relocating to Finland.
Can Finland help Afghans as their country is taken over by the Taliban?
This week's All Points North podcast looks at election fallout and the coming summer.
All Points North looks ahead to a busy weekend as voters cast their ballots and footballers go to the UEFA finals.
All Points North lifts the lid on the breakfastgate scandal and talks to foreign students struggling to travel to Finland.
The PM told the All Points North podcast that women in Finland from non-majority backgrounds face many hurdles.
Members of the public asked Yle to check statements made by political leaders in the run up to June's local elections.
This week's podcast asked why events are lagging behind bars and pubs in the return to a post-Covid normal.
All Points North follows up on an online controversy in Finland surrounding internship culture.
APN asks why Brits in Finland are having trouble accessing public services and why budget talks were so difficult.
A labour helpline for migrants saw calls increase by 20 percent during the pandemic.
This week's podcast asks why Migri is making people line up outside their offices for hours in frigid weather
Respondents cited control over working hours and lack of commuting as positive aspects of the telecommuting experience.
All Points North asked researcher Josefina Sipinen why it's so important to vote in local elections.
Movement Now's leader and sole MP, Harry "Hjallis" Harkimo, made the jump from The Apprentice to politics.
The National Coalition Party leader declined to say whether he would support the EU's Covid stimulus fund.
All Points North asks the leader of the Christian Democrats how her party's values interact with local politics.
Left Alliance leader and Education Minister Li Andersson talks Covid and schools with All Points North.
This week the All Points North podcast hosted Centre Party leader Annika Saarikko.
The All Points North podcast asks why non-Swedish speakers would vote for the Swedish People's Party.
All Points North asked the Green League leader how she felt about the interior minister's job.
All Points North asked the Finns Party chair why his supporters have said they're reluctant to get the Covid vaccine.
All Points North explores limits on kids' hobbies and how the pandemic is normalising cross-border telework.
What’s important to you in this local election? This is your chance to put your concerns to Finland’s top politicians.
Finland's vaccine rollout has been slower than hoped, but things might pick up soon.
The suspect and a 17-year-old victim were friends, according to police.
Join All Points North for a look at the stories from a tumultuous year in Finland.
APN offers insights for finding -- and keeping -- a job against the background of a bleak labour market forecast.
This week's podcast explores media storms around youth crime, child welfare in Finland and the good news on a Covid vaccine.
The outcome of the US presidential election is a hot topic everywhere -- including on APN.
A data hacking case affecting up to 40,000 people has been making global headlines.
We look at political inequities in Helsinki, 'long Covid' sufferers' support and a businessman in court for dirty money.
This week's All Points North podcast tried to untangle the threads from a messy week in coronavirus politics.
This week APN looked at the use of pepper spray against climate protesters.
On this week's podcast APN looks at how Finland is reacting to an upsurge in Covid cases.
Infection rates among young adults aged 20 to 29 have risen sharply during September.
Education officials in Jyväskylä decided to increase education funding rather than axe heritage language services.
Finland's government decided on the 2021 state budget this week, and in this week's podcast we discussed the fallout.
A new report wants Finland to draw up a clear plan for immigration.
Why was Finland likened to a totalitarian state this week and what's preventing some from using the Covid tracing app?
Restaurants, bars and nightclubs must provide a seat for each customer and enforce social distancing.
This week All Points North covers everything from the clandestine world of skin lightening cosmetics to geopolitics.
A long-trailed recommendation to use masks in public came after weeks of speculation.
The head of the Helsinki University hospital district said that Finland is already seeing a second Covid-19 wave.
A Finnish research team found that masks reduced the risk of illness for users by a third.
Domestic holidays offer the benefit of silence, when not listening to podcasts.
Sanna Marin says the EU's decision on joint borrowing is a one-off but there might be lasting changes to its budgeting.