Discrimination watchdog fines landlords for rental housing bias
In one case, a couple's rental application was rejected due to their sexual orientation and in the other because one spouse was an Iraqi asylum seeker.
PM Marin "sorry" for night out, cites comms failure
The Prime Minister said she had not been informed about updated guidelines that recommend ministers avoid social interactions after being exposed to the virus
Vaccine specialist defends THL's decision to limit booster jabs
The National Advisory Committee on Vaccines is expected to discuss offering the third dose of the vaccine to those under 60 on Wednesday.
Thursday's papers: Missing criminal returns, anti-vaxx financial report and exhausted principals
Financial group Nordea has launched an internal investigation into a controversial investment analysis that was accused of blatantly promoting anti-vaccine views.
Tuesday's papers: Hospital burden, Finland's "hellish" fur farms and an employment uptick
On Tuesday morning, media covered the challenges faced by Finland's hospitals and an exposé on the cruel conditions in fur farms
Wednesday's papers: Overloaded ICU transfers, Finnish paper helps convict US Capitol rioter and municipalities seek Covid compensation
Finnish media highlighted the challenges faced by the HUS district, which has limited capacity for ICU patients
Opposition parties call for heightened preparedness at the border
Among other assurances, the opposition wants to make sure Finland can suspend the processing of asylum applications under certain circumstances.
Tuesday's papers: Unvaccinated most at risk, trans law reforms, and a poll suggests Russians just love Finland
Morning papers report that rising coronavirus infection rates for the unvaccinated includes a surge among young children.
EU agrees to new sanctions on Belarus — Minister Haavisto calls for increased pressure
There are an estimated 4,000 migrants at the country's border with Poland. Finnish foreign minister Pekka Haavisto (Green) said that pressure on Belarus needs to increase.
Police drug sweep nets hundreds of suspected crimes, 85 wanted individuals
During the nationwide operation, police found amphetamines, cocaine, ecstasy and cannabis in various forms, but no fentanyl or heroin.
Incoming Finnish environment minister on Glasgow climate deal: "Something, but not enough"
Greens MP Emma Kari, who takes over as environment minister this week, said that while climate conferences often end in disappointment, progress was still made.
Monday's papers: Push to ban workplace Covid passports, language barriers, lost in the woods
Ilta-Sanomat reports that a citizens' initiative to ban the introduction of Covid passports in the workplace will be taken up by Finnish lawmakers.
FM: Finnish-speakers rumoured to be involved in human smuggling on Belarusian border
Foreign Minister Pekka Haavisto told Yle there were reports of Finnish-speaking traffickers in Belarusian border areas.
Police detain activists following climate protest outside Helsinki City Hall
The protest was timed to coincide with the final day of the COP26 Climate Change Conference in Glasgow, the Elokapina climate action group said.