Beer plant boss fired for love affairLocal News
- A first in Estonia: biography shredded Allegedly, author lied about unmarried partnerLocal News
- Address by those closest to deceased woman with childOpinion
- Life of woman was impossible to spare, says hospital Tragic incident with expectant mother explainedHealthIn light of controversial information spread publicly regarding a recent tragic incident at West-Tallinn Central Hospital (LTKH) Pelgulinn obstetrical department, the hospital hereby underlines that the January 27th case of death of mother with child is unrelated to a young man committing suicide the selfsame day. Also, the hospital stresses the small likelihood of the woman's life having possibly been spared.
- Estonian woman suspect in murder investigation in FinlandEstonian news
- Ilves trumps Kupce in Latvian fameEstonian newsRoberts, in his twenties, is standing in central Riga staring at a black-and-white photo featuring President Toomas Hendrik Ilves of Estonia, straight as a stick, dancing with an adoring lady. After a couple of thoughtful moments, the guy ventures to say the «woman reminds me of a well-known Latvian actress.»
- Almost oldest Estonian turns 107Local NewsWhen WWI hit, Elle Mälberg was a little girl of seven. As Republic of Estonia was proclaimed, she was already 10. During the June Coup of 1940, she was a married woman 33 years old. Ms Mälberg is the second eldest person living in Estonia – according to population register, only one is more senior being 109. Ms Mälberg still lives in her house that they built, she and her husband, back at the beginning of 1950ies, in the Stalin Era. A caregiver does come around to help, a couple of times a day. But she still has her wits, and her hands and her feet.
- Woman with child wins labour disputeLocal News
- Evelyn Kaldoja: weird prejudice – ladies desiring career should give up familyOpinionA couple of years ago I heard from a female East Asian diplomat that if a lady wants to make a career, it is quite natural for her to give up having a family. Maybe, in their parts, such categorical choices are really considered the norm and being single, thus, was the only option for South Korea’s first lady Park Geun-hye.
- More women than men diagnosed with work-related illnessesHealth
- Women bear the brunt of domestic chores in Estonia - statisticiansLocal NewsAn average Estonian woman does three hours paid work a day, acts in a considerably more environment-friendly way than men, spends slightly less than half an hour shopping, and shoulders most of housework, it appears from statistics collated by the national statistics agency on the occasion of the International Women's Day.