"Mustin päivä Hongkongin median vapaudelle" – Turvallisuuslain kohteeksi joutunut Apple Daily -lehti lopettaa toimintansa
Hongkongin viranomaiset jäädyttivät viime viikolla Apple Dailyn varat kansallisen turvallisuuden lain perusteella. Demokratiavaatimuksia kannattaneen lehden perusti liikemies Jimmy Lai vuonna 1995.
Tabloid-lehden kustantaja määrättiin maksamaan yli puoli miljoonaa korvauksia herttuatar Meghanille
Lehti julkaisi vuonna 2019 otteita yksityisestä kirjeestä, jonka Meghan Markle oli edellisenä vuonna kirjoittanut isälleen.
Monday's papers: School absences, Finns favour higher taxes and obedient elderly
Today's press explores school reopening measures, taxation to offset coronavirus costs and successful social distancing.
Wednesday's papers: Tough new measures, "relieved" restaurants, and a coronavirus-free region
Finland's press takes stock of the government's new measures aimed at tackling the spread of the novel coronavirus.
Monday’s papers: Unemployment problems, a biathlon win, and the “Squirrel Whisperer”
Finland's press reports on job market challenges, a gold in the Biathlon World Cup, and a young Finn's nature photography.
Thursday’s papers: Postal strike pressure intensifies, Slush kicks off and drug cop’s house for sale
Postal workers plan to demonstrate outside Parliament on Thursday with no sign of an end to the dispute in sight.
Tuesday’s papers: Changing political discourse, roaming problems, and a liquorice frock
Tuesday's press looks at social media’s impact on political speech, troubles abroad for Telia customers, and a delicious-looking dress.
Tuesday's papers: Cultural challenges, budget negotiations, and a "no hands" driver
The press looks at "honour control" in Finland, the future of the nation's accounts, and a road safety Twitter furore.
Wednesday's papers: Protection for politicians, dirty trains and Metallica rocks Finland
Images of politicians used as target practice, VR suffers cleanliness lapse, and top rock band donates to Finnish kids.
Monday’s papers: New recruits begin military service, frustrations at Ruisrock, and Ferrari race on a Finnish highway
Mobile phone challenges in the army, US rapper cancels performance, and speeding fines for a fleet of Ferraris.
SDP chair Antti Rinne returns to work after 2 months' sick leave
Antti Rinne returns to the campaign trail with his party leading the polls. Tabloids, however, suggest Rinne's condition was more serious than publicised.
Tuesday's papers: Response to curriculum critique, burnt out kids, another superberry, and two presidential pardons
Local papers look at feedback to a study criticising phenomenon-based learning, exhausted and cynical high schoolers, bacteria-killing crowberries, and more.
Green MP gives up expenses perk after tabloid reports on dual homes
A tabloid claims MP Jani Toivola received compensation from the Finnish Parliament for a flat 70 kilometres north of Helsinki that he hasn't used in two years. Toivola responded by saying he would relinquish the perk.
Tabloid: Police to investigate clinic over unlicensed cosmetic procedures
Officials suspect City-Klinikka's Turku clinic was performing cosmetic medical procedures before a Valvira permit was granted in September 2017
Wednesday's papers: Macron in Helsinki, budget talks, neo-Nazi trial and no mail on Fridays
Today's papers talk about the French President's first visit to Finland, on-going budget negotiations, neo-Nazis on trial, and a possible end to post on Fridays.
Tabloid: Tango star Sillanpää again held for drug possession
Police have detained one of Finland's most popular singers on his return from Thailand and suspect him of being part of a drug ring, Iltalehti reports.
Monday's papers: Less sleep, Finland leads in violent crimes, and the future of fur farming
The Finnish print press starts out the week with a look at important Finnish research into sleep deprivation, a tabloid comparison of violent crime in Finland and Sweden, and a poll of Finnish MPs on the fur trade.
Paper: Andorran court rejects Janitskin extradition
The tabloid Iltalehti reported Tuesday that a court in Andorra has rejected a request for the extradition of anti-immigrant agitator Ilja Janitskin. Janitskin faces dozens of criminal charges in Finland related to a nationalist propaganda site which he founded.
Monday's papers: Young people who don't want to work, growing illicit employment and a break for school kids
Our Monday paper review includes continued coverage of a story that broke on Friday about millennials that shirk jobs. It also looks at illegal workers in Finland and the annual autumn break from school.
Kaikilla Turun nelosluokkalaisilla on tabletit ja seiskoilla läppärit – mitä sitten, kun netti kaatuu?
Syksyn edetessä jokaisen Turun kaupungin neljäs- ja seitsemäsluokkalaisen repusta löytyy kirjojen lisäksi tabletti tai kannettava tietokone. Oppikirjojen asema säilyy.
Brittimedia uutisoi painajaisten pellosta Suomussalmella: "Näyttää zombi-invaasion alulta"
Brittiläisen The Sun-lehden mielestä Hiljainen kansa -tilataideteos näyttää Googlen kartalla karmivalta. Taiteilija Reijo Kela ei arviosta loukkaannu.
Ilkka, Pohjalainen ja Keskipohjanmaa tabloidiin – ensimmäiset koelehdet jo painettu
Pohjalaiset maakuntalehdet siirtyvät ensi keväänä tabloid-kokoon. Ilkan ja Pohjalaisen päätoimittajat uskovat, että lukijat ottavat muutoksen hyvin vastaan.
Famous Cannonball motorcycle club dissolves – NBI: Ex-members may form new gang
Cannonball MC, a motorcycle club that authorities have long described as an organised crime network, broke up last week according to tabloid Iltalehti. The National Bureau of Investigation says the dissolution is significant to the makeup of the Finnish underworld, but will not actually help bring down organised crime.
Viimeisetkin matkalla tabloidiin: Keskipohjanmaa kuulostelee lukijoiden kantoja koeversiolla
Viisi suomalaislehteä käyttää vielä suurempaa lehtikokoa. Helmikuussa broadsheet-lehtien joukko harvenee, kun Keskipohjanmaan koko muuttuu lopullisesti pienempään tabloidiin.
Suuri lehtikoko on harvinaisuus – vain 2 sanomalehteä pitää kiinni vanhasta
Suurimmat broadsheet-kokoiset lehdet Turun Sanomat ja Maaseudun Tulevaisuus eivät aio siirtyä tabloidiin ainakaan lähiaikoina.
Wednesday's papers: Berlin attack, Saara Aalto sings, shortest day of the year
Many of Finland's newspapers Wednesday morning gave readers multiple articles with follow-up reporting on Monday's attack at a Christmas market in Berlin. On a lighter note, the triumphant return of UK X-Factor finalist Saara Aalto grabbed much of the attention of the tabloids.
Monday’s papers: Govt faces heat over sloppy lawmaking, poll finds "oppressive" climate and Helsinki’s most costly bus route
Monday’s papers continue wall-to-wall coverage of Chancellor of Justice Jaakko Jonkka’s criticism of the Sipilä government’s apparent slap-dash approach to drafting legislation. Otherwise, dailies ponder a fresh poll showing that a majority of Finnish residents feel the current national mood is oppressive, and also look at Helsinki’s most expensive -- and cheapest -- bus lines.
Thursday's papers: Homework for educators, growing segregation and lengthening bread lines
Although many of the day’s papers are still caught up in the afterglow of Tuesday's glitzy presidential ball and the triumphal – if brief – return home of Finnish X-Factor hopeful Saara Aalto, Thursday’s print editions also cover more serious issues such as urban segregation, Finland’s slip in global education rankings, and rising poverty.
Thursday's papers: New surprise Guggenheim proposal, first snow aftermath, and top-earning retirees
The Finnish press reports on a new, secret Guggenheim proposal, the 25 fender-benders caused by the winter's first snow in the capital region, and the top three millionaire retirees.
Tabloid: Supo suspects Russia of buying up Finnish property for military personnel
The Finnish security and intelligence agency Supo suspects that neighbouring Russia may have begun a programme to buy up land in Finland for military personnel. The tabloid daily Iltalehti reports that as landowner, Russia would have the power to shut down traffic routes and accommodate soldiers.
Tuesday's papers: Taxes, repossessions and restaurant swindlers
On Tuesday the press is dominated by this year's release of tax data. Helsingin Sanomat found that pharmacists are doing very nicely indeed, the tabloids mined the information to find the biggest earners. Ilta-Sanomat carried a story about an unusual criminal, while Helsingin Sanomat covers the rise in repossessions of property in Finland.
Iltalehti poll: Finns would accept fewer asylum seekers, but ban extremist right-wing groups
According to a Taloustutkimus Research poll commissioned by tabloid newspaper Iltalehti, more than half of respondents would reduce the number of asylum seekers currently accepted to Finland. More than half of survey respondents said that extreme right wing groups should be banned.
Monday’s papers: "Lurid mistake" in tell-all book about former president, "humiliating" firing, and cleaning up after unusually heavy rains
One story dominates the country’s main newspapers this morning: The “terrible mistake” in a recently published book about Urho Kaleva Kekkonen, Finland’s longest serving president (1956-1981), whereby the tragic deaths of two politicians who share the first name are accidentally swapped.
Finland pulls ambassador from Sweden over sexual harassment claims
Finland has recalled its ambassador to Sweden following allegations that he sexually harassed staff and guests at the Stockholm mission. The Foreign Ministry says Ambassador Jarmo Viinanen has been re-assigned to other duties.
Monday's papers: Finns in Nice, Finns in Turkey, 90s star passes, long-term weather
Finland's dailies feature broad coverage of the two biggest international news items currently developing: the deadly attack in Nice and the attempted coup in Turkey. Finns on the scenes of these world events tell their stories. Other papers report on the untimely death of a pop star of yesteryear and an uncommonly far-sighted weather forecast.
Soini: Viinanen to continue in post, swift investigation underway
Finland’s Foreign Minister Timo Soini says that Jarmo Viinanen, Finland’s ambassador to Sweden, will continue in his post for the time being, but hopes his ministry will get to the bottom of the sexual harassment charges that have been posed against Viinanen as quickly as possible.
Tabloid: Finnish ambassador to Sweden suspected of sexual harassment
Foreign Ministry officials have launched an internal investigation into suspected sexual harassment at its Sweden embassy, reports the tabloid daily Iltalehti. The paper writes that ambassador Jarmo Viinanen is at the centre of sexual harassment allegations involving embassy staff and guests.