Tuesday's newspapers include stories on wrangling in the government, problems with home care, a jump in alcohol prices in Estonia and hockey legend Teemu Selänne's elevation to the NHL Hall of Fame.
Helsinki police are evicting anti-immigration demonstrators from their makeshift encampment at Helsinki’s Central Railway Station. Police said that the "Finland First" (Suomi Ensin) protesters were ordered to leave the area by 6.00pm Monday following cases in which passersby were allegedly assaulted by members of the group.
A former aide to Labour Minister Jari Lindström says he was only following orders when he called on ministry officials to cut funding to NGOs that assist immigrant children. According to daily Helsingin Sanomat, officials prevented ex-ministerial aide Sakari Puisto from pulling financial support from a total of six NGOs.
Police have held two men on suspicion of involvement in a fire at a pizzeria in Espoo on Sunday night. Investigators have not yet revealed how the fire was set, but say they believe it was an act of arson.