Belgium, Sweden join NATO cyber defense center in TallinnLocal News
- Speed and maturity not enough to secure victorySportThe rally gods must have something special in store for Ott Tänak in the future as the Estonian has been allowed to come within touching distance of one too many rally victories. Tänak and his co-driver Martin Järveoja were just 3.8 seconds behind the leaders going into the final day of the Swedish rally but had to settle for second place overall after being forced to admit the superiority of Jari-Matti Latvala and Miikka Anttila on three stages on Sunday.
- Estonian thieves specializedLocal News
- 2 Estonians killed working on high voltage power line in SwedenLocal News
- Number of passengers traveling from Finland to Estonia, Sweden on same level for 1st timeLocal News
- Tiit Vähi: anti-Russia torch of war damaging to business Former Prime Minister talks to PostimeesEconomy
- NATO waving a red rag under nose of RussiaEstonian news
- Swedish-American invalid carriage caught in Estonian red tape Road Administration ardently reads the rulebookLocal News
- Sõnajalg bros wind park partly financed by major Swedish tax debtorEconomyBusy building a Sindi, Pärnu County wind park, Eurowind is owned by equal parts by turbine maker Eleon owned by Andres and Oleg Sõnajal, and a Panama-registered company E3WA. Representative and owner of the latter is Pär Anton Henrik Stigell (46) who according to Swedish tax board data owes the state 130 million kronor (€14.2m). Into the wind farm, Mr Stigell has invested half million euros.
- Commander-in-Chief convinced in increased NATO presence in BalticsLocal News
- 70 people operating as professional thieves in TallinnLocal News
- Estonia-Norway combat vehicle deal triggers war of wordsLocal 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.
- Africa en example for energy independence to EstoniaEconomy
- Editorial: with NATO, or without?Opinion
- Swedish defence analysis admits migration is serious threatEstonian news
- Editorial: Estonians. Pro-Europe, but troubledOpinionAre the people in Estonia pleased with the EU? On the one hand, the satisfaction with belonging is still high and our folks feel Europeans, EU citizens. On the other hand, they are worried about what's happening in Europe, especially with what isn't immediately seen in Estonia (immigration crisis, terrorism, the debt crisis of member states) and those who don't think EU image is positive are far more numerous than in spring.
- Emotions the string pulling Estonians back home againCulture
- Editorial: at rest. At homeOpinion«My father’s land, my dearest love, I’ll never thee forsake, And should I die a thousand deaths, That penalty I’ll take! Let jealous strangers say their part, They’ll never tear thee from my heart, My father’s land!» as goes a best known poem known and sung in Estonia, by Lydia Koidula, to then state the solemn desire to «lay to rest here in thy bosom, my sacred land Estonia!»
- Come spring, Under and Adson to be reburied in Estonia The poetess with family were in their time laid to rest in SwedenCulture
- Editorial: the clear red lineOpinionThe Syrian civil war and Russia's involvement in it have come to a complex stage where, due to variety of options, the further development is difficult to see as additionally muddied by Turkey downing a Russian jet on Syrian border yesterday with one pilot dead. The only thing clear is the line the Turks drew: with warning ignored, action follows.
- Editorial: is Schengen dead?OpinionWe're living in a world where virtual reality sometimes feels more real than life itself. When nations which have agreed to do away with internal borders restore border checks due to influx of refugees, can we speak about Schengen treaty still valid? True: it does allow border control in certain situations and we can still travel freely from Tallinn to Lisbon with ID-card only, so both de jure and de facto if feels business as usual. But... is it?
- Finnish professor: Putin is seeking cooperationOpinion
- Estonia may miss refugees for ChristmasLocal News
- US expert: Moscow wouldn't respond to Finland's, Sweden's NATO membership with forceEstonian news
- Editorial: drunkenness decisively demolished?OpinionLong is the history of fighting alcohol. Even on pages of Postimees. Writes founder Johann Voldemar Jannsen, in Perno Postimees editorial over 150 years ago: «Estonians should have fewer drunkards among us. I know nothing that has thus damaged the nation, and harmed the well-being of their minds and pocket books as vodka. What a shame if Russians would beat us in their contempt for it!»
- Fixed rate electricity tariffs would power monopolyEconomy
- Estonian guys tower among the tall in EuropeLocal News
- Sister and brother battle bother on borderEstonian newsA daily task for Estonia's border guards is phone calls to parents from airport to check if it's okay for their kids to leave the country - the mom and dad have forgotten to «attach» a letter of permission. But even that may not suffice, as a paper acceptable in Estonia may spell suspicion in child abduction to an adult escort elsewhere.
- SEB: Estonia hit by housing price bubbleEconomyEstonians may enjoy consuming boom till entrepreneurs are able to produce ever more effectively, lift wages and keep unemployment rise in check, says SEB chief Allan Parik, who thinks that while sailing on thin ice in this crisis-smelling world, Estonian businessmen stand on secure foundations and have thus far managed to react correctly to changes in economic environment. Domestic consumption remains solid, unemployment is low, and entrepreneurs are showing strong competitiveness on the weak external markets. No near term solution is to be expected t the differences with Russia, and therefore it makes no sense inserting deals with them into business plans.
- Govt plans long and winding road to vodka shopHealth
- Medieval cog parked beneath building in TallinnLocal News
- Reader: why I don’t welcome the refugees, in light of Swedish multikultiOpinionTo tell you I’m indifferent towards immigrants would be a lie. In reality, in my own atheistic way I’m praying and heartily desiring that Estonia would never be faced with the problems caused by immigrants from Moslem nations, currently so actual in Europe, writes Postimees reader Marit Hermann – an Estonian with experience of living in Sweden.
- Nordic cos reach agreement on tightening cooperation, including with BalticsEstonian news
- US fighter jets destroy ground targets at Estonia's central training groundLocal News