Alcohol price difference doublesEconomy
- Estonian thieves specializedLocal News
- Estonia leads Baltics in drug use - surveyLocal News
- Cameras to monitor alcohol touristsEconomy
- Latvian police catch Estonians with EUR 2 mln worth of hashishLocal News
- Birthrate down in Estonia, up in Latvia over three yearsLocal News
- Six Estonian people smugglers nabbed in LatviaLocal News
- Joint bank of DNB, Nordea to be headquartered in EstoniaEconomy
- Estonians go to Latvia to bring booze for whole tribe Finns also spottedEconomy«Here for the first time, out of mere curiosity,» says Maie Krimm, here in Latvia all the way from Pärnu. The shopping cart pushed by joint effort with husband Jaan holds three cases of beer, several bottles of vodka and some other extra such stuff. The lady says that is not for them alone, for tonight. «We ain't no drunkards!» hollers Ms Krimm and tells us that part of the haul is for relatives.
- USA wants F-35 fighters in Baltics 1Estonian newsThe United States of America have been discussing sending a unit composed of their most modern and expensive F-35 fighter planes into the Baltic region as these are employed in second half of the year. «We desire that F-35, for instance, do a little Baltic air policing,» (AAC) head General Herbert «Hawk» Carlisle said speaking to US Congress armed forces committee the day before yesterday.
- Editorial: MEPs meet a Hitler in Syria to shake handsOpinion
- Planes practised landing on highwayLocal News
- Adviser to Rõivas not backing down on excise riseEconomyContradicting the everyday experience of Estonians getting cheap alcohol from Valka, Latvia right across the border, adviser to Prime Minister on economy and finances Martin Lindpere cites statistics to prove the price levels of Estonia and Latvia do not differ much. Also, he assures us that Taavi Rõivas has entered no contract in the interests of Alko, the Finnish monopoly, to level vodka prices between the neighbouring nations.
- Editorial: can we win the war of the can?Opinion
- Beer river from Latvia rising to drown Estonia's packaging systemEconomy
- Cracked and Rusted Unity getting a new paint jobOpinion2016 hasn’t been kind for one of the leading government parties in Latvia - Unity who. is now becoming a metaphor for shooting oneself in the foot. The party in less than one year has lost support, lost one seat in government, lost prime minister chair and the trust of people who voted for Unity in 2014.
- Network operator says Estonia to halve power productionEconomy
- Live broadcast: international cyber conflict conference CyCon 2016 Tune in on 1-3 JuneLocal News
- Nord Stream 2: the multylayered lobbyEconomyDuring the last half year, gas pipe Nord Stream 2 discussions have heated up both in Brussels and in former Eastern bloc. Lobbying by builders is in top gear. The main confrontation is between critical politicians claiming this is security threat to Europe, and the builders who say it is pure business.
- AirBaltic's controversial foreign investor owns «several offshore companies» Ralf-Dieter Montag-Girmes talks to Postimees 1Economy«No blood dripping from my hands. Not eating infants. I'm an absolutely normal person,» says Ralf-Dieter Montag-Girmes, a German who invested €52m in airBaltic in November 2015. Even so, in Latvia the man was regarded controversial enough for Prime Minister Laimdota Straujuma to sack transport minister Anrijs Matīss the day after investment decision was announced.
- Farming crisis paving way for milk from PolandEconomy
- Three banks for sale in Baltics. Maybe moreEconomy
- Estonian minister in Washington, «confirmed» by current newsEstonian news
- Estonia's LHV exits Latvian marketEconomy
- Leaked memo: migrants may move towards borders of EstoniaEstonian news
- Driver killed in taxi robberyLocal News
- EMT and Elion deleted Enter Telia EestiEconomyThough the Swedish TeliaSonera owned telecommunications company Eesti Telekom since early 2010, now every client knows as well. The bells have tolled to the Estonian brands EMT and Elion, and starting today all services are offered by Telia Eesti. Brought in to lead the enterprise from January, Swede Dan Strömberg says this is a new beginning in lots of ways.
- Incoming helmsman believes Port of Tallinn not steeped in corruptionEconomy
- Court running out of patience regarding Tõnis HaavelEconomy