Less people taken to Tallinn drunk tank in 2016 than previous yearLocal News
- The big Piirissaar fire backdrop – vacant houses, few permanent residentsLocal 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.
- Editorial: Estonians choose freedomOpinionYesterday, Republic of Estonia celebrated its 98th anniversary. Quite an age, while we will have to admit that though old in a sense we're still rather young as of the 98 years we have managed to be free for less than a half. As penned by a Russian philosopher Nikolai Berdyaev: slavery is easy and freedom is hard, and for that very reason nations often opt for the former. Even so, in the 20th century Estonians did twice clearly declare that they desire to be free and it is vital in the future to stay true to that choice.
- Editorial: a new commentarium for free and civil discussionOpinion
- Garri Raagmaa: on sweetness of small town lifeOpinion
- Editorial: let all hands workOpinion
- Estonians are still physically inactive, overweight - studyHealth
- Estonian citizen detained at Moscow protest on Tuesday is releasedLocal News
- Editorial: no «Fascists», no «Commies»OpinionYesterday, governmental eyes beheld the final report on integration plan 2008–2013. One, for some reason, is reminded of this story of a grown guy who wets his bed. A friend says why don’t you go see a psychologist? In a couple of months they meet again. Friend asks bedwetter how he’s doing. «Excellent,» he says. «Wetting the bed no more?» asks the friend. «I do, but I’m no longer concerned about it,» says the other.
- Editorial: what matters most is a heart to helpOpinionSince 2004, Estonia is in the beautiful habit of pinning badges of honour on brave people who have caught crooks, helped along by fearless action, prevented a crime or assisted a victim. Thus, today’s Postimees covers acts of chivalry by those decorated this year round. Thought provoking stories – what may have happened, if... Strangers saved, own lives laid on the line.
- 86,000 plus hands sweep Estonia cleanLocal News
- Editorial: the peace of being happyOpinion