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The documents handed over by Russia include a 1919 speech, in which the Marshall Mannerheim issues a warning about the threat posed by Finland’s eastern neighbour.
Ever wondered about social media, and just what goes on in the data-world behind it? This week's guest offers a peek behind the online curtain.
A man who murdered his girlfriend by suffocating her with duct tape last year saw his murder conviction and life sentence upheld by an appeals court on Friday.
Finland's Foreign Minister Timo Soini has survived a confidence vote in parliament brought over his repeated interventions on the topic of abortion rights.
A proposed new law on espionage has passed committee stage, with minor changes. MPs will now vote on whether it warrants expedited consideration by parliament.
People developing early onset Alzheimer's disease are often misdiagnosed as suffering from exhaustion, depression or thyroid disorder.
FM Timo Soini faces a no-confidence vote over abortion views, pupils in Helsinki suffer from a textbook shortage, and maximising integration through Swedish.
Workers employed by state postal firm Posti and logistics company Flexo will refuse overtime hours over the next two weeks.
At this week's EU Salzburg summit, Finnish PM Juha Sipilä expressed reservations about Finland's participation in a common European border and coast guard.
The Finnish government agreed on Thursday to grant a one-time 1.5-million-euro subsidy to the financially troubled domestic news agency STT.
The alleged incursion into Finnish waters by a large Russian sailboat lasted some 20 minutes, the defence ministry said Thursday.
Storm winds could take down power lines and trees in some areas of the country over the weekend, according to the Finnish Meteorological Institute.
The construction and healthcare sectors topped this year's list of fields with the biggest shortage of skilled workers, according to an occupational barometer.
Two people are suspected of fundraising crimes, the National Bureau of Investigation said. It is illegal to raise money without a permit In Finland.
Female-perpetrated violence in the home, party leaders talk asylum, and Tampere braces for more floods in the future.
With help from their union, 24 midwives filed a legal suit against the Hospital District of Helsinki and Uusimaa, claiming a total of 840,000 euros in damages.
Unlike the defence ministry, the interior ministry said it's not going ahead with plans to ban dual citizens from working on military posts at the Border Guard.
Yle's MOT investigative journalism programme finds that many women from Thailand in Finland who sell sex at massage parlours do it to support their families.
Jussi Niinistö says Finland will honor the export of defence vehicle refurbishment parts to the UAE despite reports that the carriers are being used in Yemen.
The Stasi's interest in Finland's SDP comes under scrutiny, many Finnish adults struggle with literacy, and intra-agency cooperation helps catch tax evaders.
The gold diggers' association is also at odds with the Sámi Parliament over the threat excavations pose to traditional local industries.
Yle meteorologist Matti Huutonen says Finland can expect daytime highs to rise above 20 degrees Celsius in the south from Wednesday to Friday.
Finland’s Chancellor of Justice says that Foreign Minister Timo Soini should have exercised restraint and special caution in expressing his anti-abortion views.
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.
A Nordea Bank economist says strong consumer confidence means people are buying more and saving less, which will make it hard to cope with looming interest rate rises.
Synthetic opioids such as fentanyl are far more dangerous even than heroin, prompting police to update their safety measures.
Following a preliminary probe, police say that they will not pursue further investigations into the death of a pupil during a fitness test at an Espoo school.
Finland's press discuss an expected decision on the Foreign Minister's anti-abortion activities, teachers' struggle with data privacy issues and drought relief.
Salo, Turku and Imatra have followed the city of Espoo by temporarily suspending fitness tests pending the results of a probe into the death of a young student last week.
Virtually all concrete bridges tested were sound, says the Finnish Transport Agency.
Eight current or former police officials have been implicated in the largest case of its kind in Finnish history.
Motorists are not permitted to hold mobile phones in their hands, even at traffic lights.
A Finnish IT expert predicts that new EU copyright directive may have unexpected consequences for online platforms.
Finnish Customs says it has uncovered an organised ring believed to have smuggled more than 12,000 kilograms of snus tobacco into Finland from Sweden.
Unions representing workers in the nursing and social and health care sectors said Monday that a ban on overtime work will begin next Wednesday.
On Monday, Finnish papers discuss a deadly swine disease, Green Party MP's taxi expenses and summery temperatures.
School officials have confirmed only that a child was hospitalised after a physical education class in southern Espoo.
As of next spring, the Finnish matriculation examination will only be offered in digital form.
Sudden illnesses become a significant risk factor for drivers after age 50, says the Finnish Road Safety Council.
Typhoon Mangkhut is forecast to make landfall in Hong Kong on Sunday.
President Sauli Niinistö said that while Nato is an option for Finland, it is not considering membership at this stage.
It's important to distinguish among the many reasons people emigrate, says the head of the main opposition party the SDP, Antti Rinne.
Warnings on product packaging and recommendations for sales restrictions simply aren’t enough, says Agriculture Minister Jari Leppä.
The credit rating agency said Finland still needs to implement reforms to address "the growth challenges posed by a decreasing and aging workforce."
The Transport Workers' Union AKT is the latest to join in strike action planned for Monday to oppose the government's new redundancy measure.
Finland’s system of startup visas may be creating a two-tier system that favours techies, says immigrant entrepreneurship coordinator Kaisu Keisala-Kaseja.
The Vähärauma primary school in Pori, western Finland was nearly empty of its 500 pupils on Friday.
The longest prison sentence handed down by the court was 12 years, while 11 defendants were slapped with prison terms of five to eight years.
Want to start a business in Finland? This week APN dives into immigrant entrepreneurship in Finland and looks at what it takes to get in the game.
Rare Siberian tiger cubs born at Helsinki's Korkeasaari Zoo in 2016 will be sent to zoos in different countries this fall.
Interior Minister Kai Mykkänen says work may be the best way to learn the language and integrate into Finnish society.
Public transit smart cards in the city of Turku will cease to log customers' gender from 1 December.
Kymenlaakso District Court has fined a clothing shop in downtown Kouvola for discriminating against a woman belonging to Finland’s Roma minority last year.
Friday's papers feature articles on the Green Party chair's sick leave, declining hourly wages in the public sector and the male-only Bourse Club's future.