The Russian claiming to be EstonianLocal News
- Russian rapist to become outlaw in EstoniaLocal News
- Legality of doctors' strike in questionLocal News
- EKRE persists in separation of powers argumentEstonian news
- Center Party to pay ex-leader salary without withholding money paid to TallinnLocal News
- Center Party to return money to Tallinn in Savisaar's placeLocal News
- Prosecutor to appeal decision to drop 1 charge in Liviko case due to expiryEconomy
- Work continues on drunk driving billLocal News
- Government scored half a victory in administrative reform caseLocal News
- Self-styled chiropractic repeatedly injured infantLocal News
- Administrative reform fate slipping into Supreme Court handsLocal NewsAccording to thorough legal analysis completed last week the administrative reform violates constitutional rights of local governments in several issues. If Supreme Court sides with the local governments who ordered the analysis, part of the law is likely to be annulled and the reform will not be fully carried out.
- Decision to extradite Ukrainian separatist takes effectLocal News
- Two chair bill will produce retarded policy Former Chancellor of Justice takes a standLocal NewsTomorrow is second Riigikogu reading for draft act allowing parliament members to also sit on local councils. Former Chancellor of Justice Allar Jõks fought it back then and is fighting it now, claiming the descent of Riigikogu people upon councils is a sign of shortage of party cadres and will hinder development.
- Fraudster, saint or two-faced Janus?Local News
- Creditor Marcel Vichmann: God knows what Norberg arranged over there Waves from Panama splash on Estonian shoreEconomy
- Editorial: Croesus coming backOpinionIn 6th century BC, Croesus the king over Lydia located where we now have Turkey minted the initial coins from precious metals and sent these into regulated use. A pioneer. Also a pioneering endeavour has been the e-money named Bitcoin abundantly use to lure and to scare, and a subject of deep discussions as well as incomprehension. No revolution created in world finances, though, while the so-called cryptocurrency definitely plays a part in economy.
- Supreme Court subjects Bitcoins trade to money laundering rulesEconomy
- Elderly stuck in wards with mentally ill and dangerousLocal News
- Rigid law obstructs humane approach Police and Border Guard on Albanian family exceptionLocal NewsPolice and Border Guard Board (PPA) deputy director-general Priit Pärkna says migration office has been at pains to find a way to remain in Estonia for the Albanian family successfully adapted. Even so, the officials are now looking to lawgivers as humane decisions are hindered by stiffness of current law.
- Estonian ship guards imprisoned in India decide to appealLocal News
- Estonia's top court upholds Savisaar's suspension from officeLocal NewsThe ruling of the first tier Harju county court to exclude leader of the Center Party Edgar Savisaar from the office of mayor of Tallinn in connection with his being a suspect in a corruption investigation, upheld by the Tallinn Circuit Court in October, has been cleared also by the Supreme Court, which has refused to handle an appeal by Savisaar's lawyer Oliver Naas.
- Conviction of Center Party's Toobal, Laasi becomes finalLocal News
- Editorial: political ploy presented as protection of rightsOpinion
- Priit Toobal quits as MPLocal NewsPriit Toobal, secretary general of the opposition Center Party, said on Wednesday he is resigning as member of the parliament before the Supreme Court announces its verdict on an appeal filed by him and other defendants found quilty of instigation to illegal surveillance and other offenses by lower level courts.
- Prime Minister threatened: revenge is not in wordsLocal News
- Estonia's justice chancellor says mandate doesn't exempt anyone from liabilityLocal News
- Estonian appeals court upholds Savisaar's suspension from officeLocal News
- Reasons why Ms and Mr Rosimannus were spared from scrutiny Autorollo criminal case rolls past «first political couple»Local News
- Estonia under threat of forced aid to GreeceEconomy
- Court verdict becomes final for Estonia's 41st convict sentenced to lifeLocal News