Finland's first lady, Jenni Haukio, embodied the environmental theme of last year's Independence Day Gala by wearing a dress made from birchwood. A behind-the-scenes look at the gown's journey from forest to red carpet.
Yle found plenty of romance in the streets of Tampere on Valentine's Day.
In February, news of temperatures plummeting to -30 degrees Celsius in Finland made for exciting news.
Self-deprecating takes on Finnish daily life and culture have become a social media niche.
Our audience went mad for a story on Finland's air quality being better than that of any other country, according to statistics from the World Health Organisation published by the Finnish Meteorological Institute.
The unveiling of animal prints, graphic designs and splashes of colour sent readers clicking.
Bibliophiles loved news of Finland's newest public library, a wood-clad behemoth called Oodi, opening its doors.
A free course with no prerequisites on a daunting subject made an impression.
In July, readers sweated a story on tropical nights.
Also cracking the top ten was a story on how Finland's publicly-financed health care system is one of the best in the world, according to an international study.