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Hallituksen kustantamat karanteenitaksikuskit saattavat tehdä 20-tuntisia työpäiviä ilman suojavarusteita

Osa kuljettajista odottaa kyytejä Helsinki-Vantaalla jopa 12 tuntia infektion uhallakin, koska tulot ovat romahtaneet epidemian takia.

Crisis helpline gets record number of calls in 2019

Increasingly, those reaching out for help are in their 20s and early 30s, and they're often students.

2019: Elections, eagle owls, and is Finland really still the world's happiest country?

What went right, what went wrong, and what made us laugh in 2019.

Come train with us!

Fancy being a trainee at Yle News? Would you like to do a different kind of traineeship? Then read on…

APN new Prime Minister special

Yle News’ All Points North podcast asks if Sanna Marin will break Finland’s curse of short-lived woman-led governments.

APN this week: Finland wants more dads to take paternity leave, but foreign stay-at-home fathers struggle to find support

Finland wants more dads to care for their kids, but for some foreign fathers paternity leave can be a lonely experience. 

APN this week: Can Finland meet the growing demand for English-language education?

Finland says foreign labour will help salvage the economy, but does the country really serve international families?

Suomi otti EU-puheenjohtajakauden sponsoriksi BMW:n, vaikka sata meppiä vaati linjanmuutosta – "Ensisijaisesti jokaisen maan omalla vastuulla"

Europarlamentaarikkojen kirjeessä vedottiin siihen, että monilla yhtiöillä on kiinnostusta vaikuttaa EU-päätöksentekoon.

#YleNewsDebate pundits' verdict: Hot-button issues and a crowded political marketplace

Politicians locked horns in English on Monday for the Yle News election debate, and some fared better than others.

All Points North #39: Breaking into the Finnish job market with Taina Susiluoto and Eve Kyntäjä

Why it is so hard for foreigners to find jobs in Finland when many business sectors need workers desperately? Our podcast guests say a change in attitude is due.

Miksi luottaisit toimittajaan? Mitä haluaisit kysyä päätoimittajalta? Mitä tapahtuu uutiskameran takana? Keskiviikon suora lähetys näyttää, miten Ylessä tehdään uutisia

Yleisradio osallistuu valtakunnalliseen vastuullisen journalismin kampanjaan avaamalla toimintatapojaan suorassa lähetyksessä keskiviikkona 31. lokakuuta aamupäivällä. Voit osallistua katsomalla ja keskustelemalla.

Yle's guide to Finland's 2018 presidential election

Finland goes to the polls in January to elect a president for a new six-year term. Yle News has profiles of all the candidates and—for the first time ever—an English language 'election compass' to help voters explore their views.

Espoo plans English-language education "from kindergarten to doctorate" in two years

Espoo residents can look forward to all-English education services from preschool to post-graduate level in two years, according to the city's planning board chairman Markku Markkula. The Espoo city council created a big buzz when it recently announced that it would soon begin providing more official services in English.

Would you like to work at Yle News?

We're looking for freelancers. If you have your finger on the pulse of Finnish current affairs, a passion for journalism and the ability to write top notch texts in English, we'd love to hear from you!

#useyourvote debate: Why vote Christian Democrat?

Yle News hosts an election debate on 22 March at 2pm, streamed live on Yle Areena and Facebook and featuring candidates from each of Finland's eight parliamentary parties. Ahead of the debate we asked each of the participants to pitch for votes from non-Finnish residents who are comfortable speaking English.

#useyourvote debate: Parties pitch for foreign votes

Yle News hosts a pre-election debate on 22 March, featuring one candidate from each of the eight parliamentary parties. Ahead of that discussion we asked all eight participants to present their pitch for votes in English in 500 words or less. Our moderators will then grill the candidates on the show, starting at 2pm on 22 March and streamed live via Yle Areena and Facebook.

#useyourvote debate: Why vote Green?

Yle News hosts an election debate on 22 March at 2pm, streamed live on Yle Areena and Facebook and featuring candidates from each of Finland's eight parliamentary parties. Ahead of the debate we asked each of the participants to pitch for votes from non-Finnish residents who are comfortable speaking English.

#useyourvote debate: Why vote National Coalition?

Yle News hosts an election debate on 22 March at 2pm, streamed live on Yle Areena and Facebook and featuring candidates from each of Finland's eight parliamentary parties. Ahead of the debate we asked each of the participants to pitch for votes from Finnish residents who prefer to speak English.

#useyourvote debate: Why vote Finns Party?

Yle News hosts an election debate on 22 March at 2pm, streamed live on Yle Areena and Facebook and featuring candidates from each of Finland's eight parliamentary parties. Ahead of the debate we asked each of the participants to pitch for votes from non-Finnish residents who are comfortable speaking English.

#useyourvote debate: Why vote Left Alliance?

Yle News hosts an election debate on 22 March at 2pm, streamed live on Yle Areena and Facebook and featuring candidates from each of Finland's eight parliamentary parties. Ahead of the debate we asked each of the participants to pitch for votes from non-Finnish residents who are comfortable speaking English.

#useyourvote debate: Why vote Centre Party?

Yle News hosts an election debate on 22 March at 2pm, streamed live on Yle Areena and Facebook and featuring candidates from each of Finland's eight parliamentary parties. Ahead of the debate we asked each of the participants to pitch for votes from non-Finnish residents who are comfortable speaking English.

#useyourvote debate: Why vote Swedish People's Party?

Yle News hosts an election debate on 22 March at 2pm, streamed live on Yle Areena and Facebook and featuring candidates from each of Finland's eight parliamentary parties. Ahead of the debate we asked each of the participants to pitch for votes from non-Finnish residents who are comfortable speaking English.

#useyourvote: Join the Yle News local election debate

The Yle News #useyourvote election debate features candidates from each major political party, asking them in English about their plans ahead of municipal elections on 9 April.

End of an era: Yle News in English airs final TV broadcast

For nearly 20 years Yle News has produced daily television news broadcasts but our last broadcast was on Sunday afternoon. Here's our final TV report - a retrospective of the history of Yle News on television.

Yle News explains: How to vote—and run as a candidate—in the municipal elections

This April there are local elections across Finland. It's a chance to influence decisions made about local transport, daycare services, libraries, sporting facilities, schools and healthcare—and most foreigners resident here are eligible to vote. Here's how to get involved.

Q&A: What next for Yle News?

Yle is to end daily television news bulletins in English. From 27 February we will devote our resources to reaching audiences online. Here Marjo Ahonen, who heads up Yle's Broadcast Unit, explains the thinking behind the change.

Yle News TV broadcasts to end

Public broadcaster Yle’s English-language news service will end its television broadcasts early in 2017, as Yle management seeks to move resources in order to focus on reaching audiences online.

Yle Uutisten ohjelmakaavioon muutoksia vuoden 2017 alussa

Muutosten tavoitteena on yleisöjen parempi palvelu.

”Naantalin Saulin” kysymykset palsternakasta kiinnostavat ulkomailla

Presidentti Niinistön yllättävä puhelu Radio Suomen luontoiltaan on ylittänyt kansainvälisen uutiskynnyksen.

Post punk: PKN gets own postage stamp

Finnish postal service Posti have issued a new postage stamp featuring Finland’s Eurovision Song Contest contenders Pertti Kurikan Nimipäivät, PKN. The stamp was officially released earlier this week and has already turned heads internationally.

Finns take to the polls

Polling stations are open on Sunday from 9am until 8pm as Finnish voters decide who will occupy the Finnish Parliament for the forthcoming four year term. Results from advance voting will start to trickle in shortly after the polls close.

"Yksikään ei ollut kauhea" – katso puoluejohtajien englanninkieliset haastattelut

Yleisradion englanninkieliset uutiset Yle News haastatteli eduskuntapuolueiden puheenjohtajat. Toimituksen virkaa tekevä esimies Egan Richardson sanoo, että kaikki puoluejohtajat selvisivät haastattelusta kohtuullisen hyvin – "yksikään ei ollut kauhea". Nyt Richardson arvioi, miten puoluejohtajat pärjäsivät.

Stubb Yle Newsille: "Suomi tekee paluun, niin minäkin"

Kansallisen Kokoomuksen puheenjohtaja, pääministeri Alexander Stubb sanoo tekevänsä kaiken mahdollisen, jotta Suomi muuttuisi kansainvälisemmäksi.

Juha Sipilä Yle Newsille: Työperäistä maahanmuuttoa helpotettava

Keskustan puheenjohtaja Juha Sipilä ei paljasta mieluisimpia hallituskumppaneita.

Antti Rinne Yle Newsille: Suomeen tarvitaan työperäistä maahanmuuttoa, mutta ensiksi saatava työttömät töihin

SDP:n Antti Rinne sanoo haastattelussa haluavansa kieltää niin sanotut nollatyösopimukset.

Räsänen Yle Newsille: Maahanmuuttoa tarvitaan

Ylen englanninkielisten uutisten puoluejohtajien haastattelusarjassa vuorossa on kristillisdemokraattien puheenjohtaja Päivi Räsänen.

Haglund Yle Newsille: Parlamentaarinen komitea tarkastelemaan Nato-asiaa

Haglundin mukaan Nato-kansanäänestystä ei tarvita ainakaan nyt – hänen mukaansa keskusteluun tarvitaan lisää faktoja.

Haglund: More immigrants, but no referendum on joining Nato yet

In the second of Yle News's pre-election interviews with Finland's party leaders, Carl Haglund of the Swedish People's Party explains why he doesn't think the public is ready to decide whether or not to join the military alliance Nato. He also defended his party's call for a sharp increase in immigration to Finland, in order ensure public finances are sustainable into the future.

Yle News grills party leaders in English

On 19 April Finland goes to the polls to elect a new parliament. In the run-up to that vote Yle News will meet the eight leaders of the country's main parties, to question them over their past performance, and find out what they propose if they make it into the next government.

Soini Yle Newsille: Suomessa ei ole liikaa siirtolaisia

Soini on ensimmäinen Ylen englanninkielisten uutisten puoluejohtajien haastattelusarjassa. Hän sanoo muun muassa ihmettelevänsä, miksi työtä hakevat siirtolaiset eivät ole nykyistä kiinnostuneempia Suomesta.

Supo: Number of Finnish converts visiting Syria greatly exaggerated

Finland’s security intelligence police Supo has taken exception to claims that nearly half of the 50 or so people leaving Finland to visit conflict areas in Syria are native Finns. On Thursday Helsinki police’s Jari Taponen told Yle that just under 20 native Finns had gone to conflict zones, a number that Supo says is overstated.

Jaetuin juttu sosiaalisessa mediassa – 35 701 tykkäystä ja 542 tviittiä

Koululaitos, kasvit, avioliittolaki, sotaveteraani. Näitä Yle Uutisten juttuja jaettiin tänä vuonna eniten yhteisöpalvelu Facebookissa. Jutuista itse kukin keräsi vuoden aikana noin 30 000 tykkäystä.

Nämä jutut kiinnostivat tänä vuonna: Eurooppalaisuustesti, Suomen jättävä yrittäjä, naapurin tulot…

Luulitko, että olet suomalainen? Tämä ja yhdeksän muuta juttua ovat olleet kuluvana vuonna Yle Uutisten luetuimpia. Kymmenen luetuimman jutun ulkopuolella yksi on ollut ylitse muiden: Yle Newsin uutinen Fireball-likööristä. Se on kerännyt tähän mennessä lähes kaksi miljoonaa sivunäyttöä.

Ylen Fireball-jutusta tuli kansainvälinen uutishitti

Englanninkielisen Yle Newsin likööriuutisella on ollut yli 1,6 miljoonaa sivunäyttöä ja sitä on suositeltu yhteisöpalvelu Facebookissa yli 345 000 kertaa.

Eurosceptic Finns party looking for election breakthrough

The European election campaign gets into full swing today. Yle is providing extensive coverage, with each party allocated a day of in-depth reporting across Yle platforms. The first to take centre stage is the Finns party.

Sounds familiar? It’s because it’s an English loan word

If you're an English speaker new to the Finnish language you may have wondered why some words seem so familiar, while others seem so utterly foreign. You’re not losing your mind. Those comforting sounding terms may just be English-language loan words incorporated into Finnish by popular usage.

Yle launches Sámi-language TV news

Yle is launching regular domestic service Sámi-language TV news broadcasts as of today, Monday, December 2nd. Yle Ođđasat will be seen weekdays on Yle TV1 at 3:10 PM, following Yle News in English.

Daily paper review

Yle News is trialling an online daily round-up of the main headlines in the major Finnish newspapers, giving non-Finnish readers a snapshot of the key issues concerning the nation each day. This morning news round-up will feature as part of our online News in English from Monday October 28.

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