FSB agent tried to penetrate computer networksLocal News
- Estonian officials detain suspected Russian FSB agentLocal News
- Katri Raik: Narva can only be changed from the insideLocal NewsThe local power in Narva has over the years learned to act in its own interests rather than those of citizens, claims mayoral candidate, Pro Patria Res Publica Union (IRL) member Katri Raik (49). This fall, Raik and 60 likeminded individuals want to end a quarter of a century of Center Party politicians’ hegemony in the city.
- Commerce sees future in Ida-ViruEconomy
- Gov. reaches compromise for security academyLocal News
- Analysis: Moving the internal security academy expensive and riskyLocal News
- Overheating Americans in cold Estonian winterLocal News
- Fate of internal security academy hanging by a threadLocal NewsA special political committee is set to convene tonight to decide the extent of moving the Estonian Academy of Security Sciences to Narva. That tensions are running high is reflected if only in the fact that two ministries' calculations concerning the cost of the move are €15 million apart and both have resorted to an arsenal of subtle arguments.
- Private cars increasingly bought from RussiaLocal News
- Tallinn to increasingly speak Russian 1Local NewsIn 2000–2011, largest numbers of Estonians in Tallinn moved to Pelgulinn, Kalamaja and Pääsküla. Regarding Russians, they were most inclined to go live in Laagna, Mustakivi and Väike-Õismäe city districts. Among the suburbs, Estonians overwhelmingly looked towards Viimsi while Russians resettled in Maardu. Among those who left Tallinn, Estonians spread all over Estonia and Russians firstly chose East-Viru County, industrial towns and Tartu.
- Searches for Varvara's slayer spanned cities in Russia and BelarusLocal News
- Like neighbours, Estonia to lay down a frontier zoneLocal NewsWithin years, the Estonian Eastern border modernised for €71m will after the example of neighbours get a frontier zone with specific requirements, says interior minister Hanno Pevkur (Reform). While width is not yet decided, border guards will gain richer information of what is happening near the border, and whoever goes there will be better scrutinized.
- Editorial: Ida-Viru County needs a vision for the futureOpinionIda-Virumaa and its largest city Narva of nearly 60,000 inhabitants has been rather prominent in local and international media these past few years. predominantly, this has been because of the 2014 events in Ukraine: many a Western journalist has been seeking for another Donbas and Crimea both in Narva and the Latvian region of Latgale. Even so, the Daugavpils and Narva reality has proven otherwise, and one may understand the displeasure in locals regarding such focus.
- «Nice» fraudsters arrestedLocal News
- Small towns in race for ferry link to Kotka Trip for Finnish truckers potentially cut by hundreds of kilometresEconomy
- State ponders purchase of big church building in NarvaLocal News
- Special units to get a boostLocal News
- Russia should not be allowed to perceive it can act unchallengedEstonian news
- The troubles with Estonian educationLocal News
- Last wish of Varvara's slayer: don't call ambulanceLocal NewsThe only encounter by police investigators in Tallinn with probable slayer of Varvara Ivanova was limited to formal questions. At the moment, none of the investigators was suspecting that the young man outwardly ordinary, as well as living with a woman, could be the target of an investigation of utmost importance.
- Believed killer of 9-year-old is no longer aliveLocal News
- Editorial: the tongue-tied condition politically permanentOpinionIn any corner of Estonia, everyday affairs are to be possible in Estonian. The requirement regards all state and local government agencies and departments. Also, national language must be available at private service sphere. For that, the state must provide support. Even so, playing around with requirements sends wrong signals, breeds misunderstanding and conflicts due to ignorance.
- North-East Estonia vulnerable to nuclear disaster in RussiaEconomy
- Africa en example for energy independence to EstoniaEconomy
- Estonian court gives life sentence to man who killed 2 in NarvaLocal News
- Editorial: the eternal number two Centenary of chess player Paul Keres celebratedOpinion
- Toobal to stay secretary-general of CentreLocal News
- Narva is in shockLocal News
- Murder not suspected with child found deadLocal NewsAs affirmed by prosecutor's office, Darja (14) was found dead in the woods at Narva city northern edge yesterday afternoon. The girl went missing Friday night in the area of Rahu St, Narva. Forensic pathologist and investigators, having performed initial procedures on location, did not detect facts pointing to violent death.
- Savisaar says leaders of Center Party in Narva to change soonLocal News
- Narva council brings down mayor in confidence voteLocal News
- Centre Party split spawns United NarvaLocal News
- By phone, police threatened of repeat of Paris events in NarvaLocal News
- MEP Toom calls new meeting of Center Party members who nominated SimsonLocal NewsMember of the European Parliament Yana Toom, one of the most high-profile champions of the reelection of Edgar Savisaar as leader of the Center Party, has called a new meeting of the board of the party's Narva chapter which last week nominated Kadri Simson as its candidate for chairman of the party.