Finnish health and safety authorities have reprimanded domestic peddlers of water with bits of silver in it for illegal advertising. The offending companies have claimed that the drink heals diseases and prevents illnesses.
Yle asked some of the 350 Finns with registered businesses in the tax haven country of Malta to explain their business dealings there. Many respondents had difficulties remembering or explaining what their company is up to, but yachts and gambling are often involved.
A man was shot overnight in the western coastal city of Pori. Police say they have apprehended the assailant.
After years of development and a number of false alarms, the first leg of the so-called Länsimetro or Helsinki metro extension into Espoo was launched for commuter traffic early Saturday morning. One researcher says a new metropolis may begin to broaden outward, but only if the work is put in.
Up to 80 percent of nurses caring for the elderly report having experienced violence from their patients, a survey by the National Institute for Health and Welfare shows. Reasons for the high figure are unclear.