Friday’s papers were full of Finnish angles on the Turkish offensive in northern Syria, but also had room for a trademark dispute and a critique of modern traffic cops.
Finland stops arms exports to Turkey, wood burners spark debate, and a Catholic child sex abuse scandal reaches Finland.
Amazon's quiet venture into the Nordics, elk collision season, and defining success in sports are in the news.
Porvoo shooting developments, global economic uncertainty hits Finland, and a curious case of institutional racism.
Isän mukaan pojat ovat aina arvostaneet poliiseja ja virkavaltaa kuuluu myös perheen tuttavapiiriin.
Timo Soinin suojattina pidetyn Hanna Mäntylän työsuhteen lopettamiseen päädyttiin yhteisymmärryksessä Mäntylän ja toimeksiantajan kesken, kertoo Hufvudstadsbladet.
In line with trends elsewhere, Finns are increasingly unsure about their stance on Nato.
Women in Finland earn 78 cents on the euro, Åland residents are the country's healthiest and a fundamentalist religious group draws thousands during Pride Week.
The new government agenda calls for 'sustainability', the man behind Airiston Helmi talks and why girls drop out of sports.
Judges in Finland face threats, Kela rolls out more student aid and Finland faces Russia in world hockey semi-finals.
A quarter of Finland's future workforce could be foreign, worries about the gravitational pull of English and the health-improving benefits of retirement.
Low employment levels threaten welfare services, a researcher challenges the integrity of Finland's legal system and Åland's Stone Age farmers.
Russia's influence in Finland, post-election economic realities and Finns lose faith in trade unions.
Print readership is tumbling in Finland, according to MediaAuditFinland, which collates data on print and digital media in the country.
Finland produces double the greenhouse gas emissions of Sweden, the electorate worries about climate change and lawnmowers cut the ice.
MPs propose a civics test for newcomers, the national daily explores migration policies for boosting labour supply, and a Siberian cold front lets up.
Security concerns about Finland's Incomes Register, Finland’s deaf seek compensation for decades of sterilisation, and depression stops people from working.
Politicos come under fire for a 600,000-euro summer junket, drugged driving surpasses drunk driving and home-owners may profit from housing benefits.
Qvist nähdään Lucia-kulkueen johdossa 13.12. Helsingin keskustassa ja suorana lähetyksenä televisiossa.
Long working hours could become a distant memory, mortgage rates reverse course, the men's rights movement finds an audience, and soy gets a bad rap.