Jarmo Lindberg, commander of the Finnish defense forces, contradicted western skepticism on Tuesday about the alleged aggressive nature of the Zapad-2107 military exercises jointly conducted by Russia and Belarus in September this year.
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A decision to serve semi-skimmed milk and butter to daycare and primary school children has landed the eastern Finland municipality of Sotkamo in hot water with the National Nutrition Council. The organisation says the town has run afoul of guidelines to
New Paradise Paper revelations about dubious tax haven dealings reveal that majority Kone shareholder Antti Herlin transferred millions of euros to a discredited bank in Malta that is linked to a criminal investigation. An owner of the bank then sold Herl
The majority of people in Finland think that online fake news reports affect people's opinions about current events. Sixty-seven percent of respondents to a new media survey said they think fake news affects Finns' perceptions on issues 'a lot' or to an '
The Finnish economy continued a strong upward curve during this year's third quarter, according to preliminary figures from Statistics Finland. Unemployment figures and inflation also improved last month.
Finnish Juustoportti has become the first European dairy to be Welfare Quality approved. The certificate is in recognition of well-executed animal welfare.
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Police said Tuesday that they have launched a murder investigation in the case of a three-year old stabbed in a park in Porvoo Monday morning. Preparations are also underway for a remand hearing for the child's father, a French national, who is the only