Estonians introduced to terrorism travel insuranceLocal News
- Tallinn to increasingly speak Russian 1Local NewsIn 2000–2011, largest numbers of Estonians in Tallinn moved to Pelgulinn, Kalamaja and Pääsküla. Regarding Russians, they were most inclined to go live in Laagna, Mustakivi and Väike-Õismäe city districts. Among the suburbs, Estonians overwhelmingly looked towards Viimsi while Russians resettled in Maardu. Among those who left Tallinn, Estonians spread all over Estonia and Russians firstly chose East-Viru County, industrial towns and Tartu.
- Small firms fighting an EU normEconomy
- NATO Force Integration Unit gets own houseLocal NewsEstablished a year ago and thus far operating in a section of the Defence Forces headquarters, the 41-member NATO Force Integration Unit today receives a building of its own. As proven by the recent Trident Juncture 2016 exercises, Estonia is now in full readiness to receive NATO Response Force as urgency arises.
- Small towns in race for ferry link to Kotka Trip for Finnish truckers potentially cut by hundreds of kilometresEconomy
- EU directive to hit tiny tourism firms hardEconomyFresh EU directive will make life harder for smaller tourism firms required to provide full insurance of services. Should a tourist run into trouble during his travel such as airline filing bankruptcy, travel agent pays back full money. For large companies (such as Estravel) the requirement has always applied; however, it will now be extended to the smaller firms providing two services – accommodation and entertainment.
- Estonia to regulate Uber and Taxify ride-sharersLocal News
- Estonia allots €40m to house alliesLocal News
- A ministry and its lone half-time crisis managerLocal NewsAddressing the social ministry regarding refugees, journalists have but one person to address. That'll be Triin Raag, a local governments specialist at social department. In this situation of crisis, one lady is loaded with arrangement of housing and support. What's more, she's officially employed just half-time. Come New Year, Estonia will be receiving some 200 «batch one» refugees. To this, add 373 latest Juncker-quota people.
- Local leaders want no refugeesLocal News
- In June the number of tourists increasedEconomy
- In May more tourists stayed in accommodation establishmentsEconomy
- Number of tourists using the services of accommodation establishments increasedEconomy
- The number of tourists remained at the previous year’s levelEconomy
- In February, more tourists stayed in accommodation establishments than a year agoEconomy
- Rejecting the sewing machine, Estonians embrace computersEconomyIn 2004, Estonia joined the European Union. Boosted by EU aid, our economic indicators started to even up with these of wealthy states. Over the ten years, a lot has changed in the Estonian life. What, then, has been the impact on economic structure? As attested by Statistical Office labour force studies: though more and more Estonians move from workbenches to office tables, the major employing sectors of economy remain the same.
- The number of foreign tourists in accommodation establishments increasedEconomy
- In April more domestic tourists and fewer foreign tourists stayed in accommodation establishmentsEconomy