Finnish student canteen chain stops selling PepsiCo products over firm's Russian links
"We've received a lot of positive feedback and support from customers about our decision," the company's development chief said.
Analyysi: Presidenttiehdokkaiden mielestä sota loppuu vain tukemalla Ukrainaa
Ehdokkaiden ensimmäisessä tentissä kärkiehdokkaiden ulko- ja turvallisuuspolitiikan linja oli yhtenäinen, kirjoittaa Ylen Nato-erikoistoimittaja Maria Stenroos.
Finland needs to improve Finnish language instruction for Ukrainian kids, teachers' union says
Some Ukrainian children are ill-equipped to join regular classrooms after a year in preparatory education.
Border Guard reports calm after Finland bans Russian cars
According to Finnish customs, 11 cars with Russian licence plates attempted to cross the border on Saturday compared to a daily average of 250.
Sanna Marin's post at Tony Blair Institute draws criticism, praise
Critics have noted that the institute continued to take money from Saudi Arabia, even after the assassination of dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
Analyysi: Synkkä presidentti havahdutti puhumalla ydinaseista ja maailmanlopusta
Presidentti valotti ajatuksiaan, miten Suomen ja Euroopan jatkossa kannattaisi huolehtia turvallisuudestaan, kirjoittaa Nato-erikoistoimittaja Maria Stenroos.
Ukraine accuses Finnish drinks company Hartwall of supporting Russia's war
Ukraine's anti-corruption agency added the US multinational drinks company PepsiCo to a boycott list at the beginning of this month. Hartwall manufactures PepsiCo products in Finland.
Finland not planning limits on Russia-based taxi firm Yango
Finland's Data Protection Ombudsman has temporarily ordered Yango to stop the transfer and processing of personal data of customer data from Finland to Russia.
Analyysi: EU valmistelee Ukrainalle uutta mittavaa tukirahastoa, jonka kustannuksiin Suomenkin on syytä varautua
Kahdenkymmen miljardin kokonaisuus kattaisi Ukrainan tarpeet vuoteen 2027. Sen hyväksyminen on kuitenkin kaikkea muuta kuin varmaa.
IL: Purra's choice for media advisor collapses after Supo background check reveals China links
The Finnish Security and Intelligence Service (Supo) highlighted a number of issues during the preferred candidate's security check, including his partner's former Chinese nationality.
EU prepares ban on herring fishing in Finland
The European Commission proposes banning targeted Baltic herring fishing in waters close to Finland, which would cripple Finland's maritime fishing industry.
PM Orpo: Russian instability poses threat to Finland
Finland's Prime Minister said that various forces within Russia are engaged in an ongoing power struggle and that Russian President Vladimir Putin no longer has full control over the situation.
Russian neo-Nazi group and Ukraine seek extradition of Russian man suspected of terrorism
Kyiv wants the man extradited to Ukraine, while the neo-Nazi group Rusich has asked that the man be extradited back to Russia.
Valtonen: Wagner chief Priogzhin death sign of distress in Russian system
Finland's Foreign Minister Elina Valtonen (NCP) also commented on the Ministry of Finance's budget cuts affecting development cooperation aid and solutions to the vacant Russian-owned Helsinki Halli.
Finland sends latest materiel aid package to Ukraine
The latest package is the 18th sent by Finland to Ukraine since Russia's invasion in February 2022, with their combined value coming in at about 1.3 billion euros.
APN Podcast: Should jobseekers get lower benefits if they don't know Finnish?
This week the All Points North podcast explores the government's proposal to tie benefit levels to Finnish language skills.
Finland, Patria explore option of manufacturing armoured vehicles in Ukraine
The Finnish government is also leaning towards granting Patria an export licence for the UAE, which was previously suspended due to the Arab country's involvement in the Yemen Civil War.
Finnish FM Valtonen "not surprised" by Prigozhin air crash reports
International and Russian media has reported that a private plane, believed to have been carrying Wagner leader Yevgeny Prigozhin, crashed in the Tver region of Russia on Wednesday evening.
Zelensky tells Orpo Ukraine wants Finnish APC production as Finland's PM visits Kyiv
Prime Minister Petteri Orpo (NCP) announced Finland will soon be sending Ukraine its 18th aid package since the war began.
Analyysi: Suomen johtavat politiikot puhuvat Venäjästä nyt jäisellä äänellä
Suomen kuva Venäjästä on synkkä, ja poliitikot antavat sen kuulua puheissaan, kirjoittaa Nato-erikoistoimittaja Maria Stenroos.
Niinistö: Russia won't meddle in Finnish presidential elections
Sauli Niinistö spoke on Tuesday at an annual gathering of Finnish diplomats and foreign policy leaders for the last time as Finnish president.
Nearly 1m cross Finland-Russia border this year despite restrictions
Finland closed its border to Russian tourists last year, but many Russian citizens are availing of still-valid Schenhen visas to continue crossing into Finland.
Venäjän johdon kommentit kertovat karua kieltä: Suomesta tuli vuodessa “merkittävä uhka”
Venäjän johdon väitteet Suomea kohtaan ovat muuttuneet jäätäviksi. Nämä kommentit näyttävät, kuinka propaganda leipoi reilussa vuodessa Nato-Suomesta kriittisen uhan Venäjälle.
Finnish foreign minister Valtonen: "Russia has ruined its relationship with Finland"
Speaking to a crowd of Finnish diplomats on Monday, the Finnish Foreign Minister said Finland should be prepared for the possibility of a prolonged war in Ukraine.
Niinistö: Russian propaganda against Finland increasing
Finnish President Sauli Niinistö also says that Putin's speech in December 2021 convinced him to consider Nato membership and other security policy measures.
FDF Commander: No surprise in Russian rhetoric
According to Commander of the Finnish Defence Forces General Timo Kivinen, Russia's war in Ukraine means that it does not have enough troops to implement concrete changes near its border with Finland.
Kenyan politician faces arrest warrant for Finnish student exchange case
Kenyan students and families were forced to pay for the education costs themselves despite being told their local government would provide them with scholarships.
Sanna Marin asks Jutta Urpilainen to be SDP's presidential candidate
European Commissioner for International Partnerships and former SDP Chair Jutta Urpilainen said it was an honour to be considered and would announce her decision by November.