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- Estonian capital city imposing restrictions on 10 Old Town barsLocal News
- A pilgrimage to HundisilmaLocal NewsSuspended from being Mayor of Tallinn the day before yesterday, Edgar Savisaar again meets his closest trustees at Hundisilma home today, who in this final battle are expressing faithfulness worthy of a religious sect. Calloused in his ridicule towards the labours of security police and prosecutor's office, Mr Savisaar is testing the legal system limits. Intentionally, rather. With nothing left to lose, it looks.
- Centrist Mutli to appeal court's decision re electoral ad disputeLocal NewsJaanus Mutli, former deputy mayor of the Estonian capital city Tallinn and member of the Center Party, is planning to appeal a ruling of the Tallinn Administrative Court in which it decided not to overturn a prescription of the political party financing supervision committee (ERJK) for Mutli to pay back to the Tallinn city government the sum he used for a local government ad.
- Tallinn cadres commanded to cough up election ads moneyLocal NewsYesterday, Tallinn Administrative Court ruled to ignore complaint by Northern Tallinn city district elder Karin Tammemägi and her deputy Priit Kutser (both Centre) demanding the cancelling of injunction by committee for monitoring party financing (ERJK). Thus, Ms Tammemägi and Mr Kutser must put advertisement money back to city coffers.
- 3 operators to simultaneously introduce 21 electric taxis in TallinnLocal News
- Tallinn hires land exchange judge and culpritLocal News
- Report reveals Tallinn trash business blunderEconomy
- Politicians ordered to pay for banned election adsLocal NewsCommittee for monitoring political parties’ financing has prescribed that mayor of Tallinn Edgar Savisaar, deputy mayor Arvo Sarapuu, Northern Tallinn district elder Karin Tammemäe and her deputy Priit Kutser, Jaanus Mutli employed at Tallinn business department (all politicians hereunto mentioned belonging to Centre Party) and former Tartu mayor and now health/labour minister Urmas Kruuse (Reform Party) return costs of election ads – originally labelled as information campaign – related to local elections in 2013.
- Tallinn Town Store doors swing openLocal NewsIn Lasnamäe, Tallinn, a municipal grocery store was opened yesterday as supported by city finances. Plenty of people gathered to witness the event, mostly those advanced in years. As the ribbon was about to be festively cut, people behind it stood waving balloons with Centre Party election slogans. To counter that, IRL city council opposition was present with posters putting the happening down as a spectacle of the absurd kind.
- Tallinn government opens cheap shopLocal News