Harku gas attack work of fictionLocal News
- Parents cross swords with local leaders Kids march along in battle to save schoolLocal News
- Editorial: PHOSPHORITE NO GOOD FOR BREADOpinionIt's 30 years soon from the phosphorite war battles. The people rose up against plans to mine for phosphate rock in Virumaa. Scientists said it may have had destructive effects on environment and, due to influx of Russian-speaking foreign labour force, to the population structure. Not comparable to the War of Independence, the action did boost the national feelings with winds of perestroika glasnost helping along, thus culminating in the Singing Revolution and regained independence.
- The dark side of the tough guysLocal News
- Russian helicopter violates Estonia's airspaceLocal News
- Five tonnes of used tyres dumped in ministry yardLocal News
- Defiant Congolese triggers rebellionLocal News
- Protest fire put out by hose pulled across railway tracksLocal News
- Rally against Estonian govt's asylum policy draws a couple of hundred participantsLocal News
- Editorial: something's gotta changeOpinion
- Allowing cannabis demanded in TartuLocal NewsIn central Tartu, right behind Town Hall in Pirogov Park, a motley crew gathered last night to demand legalisation of cannabis. The demonstration «Stop Destructive Cannabis Ban Policy!» was organised by non-profit association Estonian Cannabis Union (MTÜ Eesti Kanepiliit). At the protest meeting, its board members Madis Masing (large picture) and Mart Kalvet – to the soundtrack of supporting shouts – lectured on the benefits of cannabis and listed reasons for allowing its use.
- Editorial: a tight finish on political «ski stadium»OpinionExcitement abounds till the very last hundredth of a second – a sports commentator might shout about the Ladõnskaja vs Sester race for Riigikogu. One is reminded of the Finnish national tragedy back in 1980 – at Winter Olympics, their Juha Mieto lost gold medal to Swede Thomas Wassberg by 0.01 seconds in 15 km cross country skiing.
- Politicians in no rush to condemn electoral committeeLocal News
- Estonian citizen detained at Moscow protest on Tuesday is releasedLocal News
- Ambassador handed protest note re Russian plane intruding into Estonian airspaceLocal News
- Tartu University council puts reform plans on holdLocal News
- President's opening speech at Tallinn Music WeekLocal NewsOnce again it is time for Tallinn Music Week, certainly one of the most exciting musical events in Northern Europe. I have, ever since it was begun by Helen Sildna, considered it one of the most interesting musical events in the region, precisely because it fosters new and innovative thinking. It celebrates diversity in musical tastes and the creativity of artists who want to do something new and something different.
- Activists: hands of Tartu Peace traitors not to be shakenLocal News