Savisaar taken to hospital againLocal News
- Savisaar to hear ReiljanLocal NewsThe trial of Edgar Savisaar and his alleged accomplices continued, after a summer break of close to two months, with the prosecutor’s opening statement yesterday. State prosecutor Steven-Hristo Evestus said in summary that indiscriminately clinging to power finally led the Tallinn mayor to criminal patterns of behavior.
- Reiljan trying to escape jail sentenceLocal NewsWhile there is a summer break in the trial of former Center Party chairman and suspended mayor of Tallinn Edgar Savisaar, the accused parties are holding negotiations with the prosecutor's office to reach possible compromises, something which is necessary for former top politician Villu Reiljan, who is currently carrying a probationary sentence for accepting bribes but might have to face a real jail sentence.
- Court calls for expert who examined Savisaar's health to give evidenceLocal NewsThe lawyer representing Edgar Savisaar, suspended mayor of Tallinn and former chairman of the Estonian Center Party, at the opening sitting of the trial in Monday filed an application for partial termination of the court case and wishes to question the experts who carried out a medical examination of Savisaar.
- Care home manager emptied clients' accountsLocal News
- Court finds writer Kaur Kender not guilty on child porn chargesLocal News
- Baby products seller turns out to be military spyLocal News
- Court sends killer of underworld leader to 9.5 years in jailLocal News
- FSB presents evidence to SusiLocal News
- Court orders medical examination for Edgar SavisaarLocal News
- Circuit court also deems lawful restrictions against Tallinn Old Town barsLocal NewsThe Tallinn circuit court on Thursday upheld a decision made by the administrative court to not allow an appeal submitted by OU Valli, Lab OU, Acacia Trade OU, Taco Express OU, Nimeta Management OU, St. Patrick's OU and Kanteron BVI OU in connection with a decision of the Tallinn city government to impose economic activity restrictions on bars mainly situated on Suur-Karja Street in the Old Town, and changed the decision of the lower-tier court regarding M&A Pubid OU.
- Blackmail using nudesLocal NewsIt all started with words. “See, now you have a man who appreciates you and treats you like a princess,” 37-year-old hobby actor and cashier Margus Sepp wrote to one of his victims in October of 2014. A little later he added: “Darling, you are in my heart, and soul, and head every minute.” (spelling unchanged here and elsewhere – ed.)
- Head of criminal group gets long jail sentenceLocal News
- Czech builder of War of Independence monument pays Estonia last part of fineLocal News
- Detention center faces inmates who are testing the limitsLocal News
- Estonia's new farm minister has been punished for criminal offenseLocal News
- Self-styled chiropractic repeatedly injured infantLocal News
- Russian ex-minister takes entry ban to Estonia's top courtLocal News
- Governor of Central Tallinn found guilty also in circuit courtLocal News
- Estonian court sends to prison two Lithuanian car thievesLocal News
- Savisaar not granted permission to return to officeLocal News
- Port of Tallinn special audit comes with conflict of interestsLocal NewsHired to audit the corruption nest at Port of Tallinn by high-ranking Reform Party cadres, in a later private court dispute law office Sorainen made a discount to one of the politicians who hired it, documents show. Partly, the reduced bill was paid by Reform Party but those involved detect no conflict of interests.
- Court takes into custody man suspected of killing his Orthodox priest fatherLocal News
- Editorial: let there be truth with mercyOpinion
- The shocking secret of Tartu cellar slaveryLocal News
- Estonian appeals court leaves school shooter's punishment unchangedLocal News
- Estonian union has ship seized by court for unpaid wagesEconomy
- Finnish court metes out long prison sentences to gang of Estonian drug criminalsLocal News
- Elderly stuck in wards with mentally ill and dangerousLocal News
- Estonia to take Romeo Kalda case to Grand Chamber of ECHRLocal News
- Palts fights for Crimea dream resort Estonian investor in court aganist Russian defence ministryEconomyFormer Mayor of Tallinn and Riigikogu member, Tõnis Palts (62) is among the few foreign investors to not abandon his business in Crimea after it was assumed by Russia. Furthermore: toughing it out, he is battling in court both with city of Sevastopol and Russian defence ministry to protect his lot worth dozens of millions of dollars.