Long-time head of Estonian World Council Jaak Juhansoo has passed awayLocal News
- Govt to help in bringing killed, injured Estonians home from NiceLocal News
- 3 Estonian residents in hospital after Nice terror attackLocal News
- Estonian in Nice: Promenade is closed, tourists are leavingLocal News
- Brotherhood (mis)understood Former first lady talking to PostimeesOpinionAt present, words of the cultured carry no such weight as at end of 1980ies, observes folklorist and former first lady Ingrid Rüütel (EKRE) while admitting Estonia could never solve the problems of the nations of the world. Even so, Estonia might play a part in international cooperation provided we feature wise, experienced and balanced politicians.
- Editorial: «no» means «no» – still all do not understandOpinion
- Sexually abused, the youth rarely see specialistsLocal News
- Estonians involved in Vantaa shootingEstonian news
- Is it possible to become Estonian during one weekend?Local NewsI have been living in Estonia for two months. I quickly learned the meaning of «Terviseks», and that Skype was developed in Estonia, but I think that, to become a real Estonian, one must know more and do more. So I accepted a challenge: To dive one weekend deep into Estonia and find out if I can become a real Estonian.
- Private pilots want to keep Estonian as radio communication languageLocal 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.
- New NATO chief to visit Estonia next weekLocal News
- Russian planes straying into foreign airspaceLocal News
- Letter to the Editor: please answer in EstonianOpinionOne of the great things for a tourist visiting Estonia is how many people (particularly in the tourism and service industries) speak other languages fluently. This will particularly be on display as the peak tourist season begins and with the Song Festival taking place this summer, many more visitors will be flooding Estonia’s streets.