In 2015 migration and the rise of ISIS dominated the news agenda, in Finland and elsewhere. Yle News saw a spike in stories related to migration, as more than 30,000 asylum applications were made over the course of the year and many Finns struggled to adjust to the newcomers.
Our audience was also interested in plans to introduce tuition fees for foreign students at Finnish universities, a story that has also been popular in previous years but gained new impetus in December when the Sipilä government pushed through a plan to actually make it happen.
The government's plan to experiment with a basic income also attracted readers, as did a story about processed meat-like products made by Kesko and a story on Finland's unusual legal framework around having sex with animals.
Here's the full list: