Case with €700,000 stolen on board Sweden ferryLocal News
- Party members less than generousLocal News
- Change of course might have been result of lobbyingLocal News
- Savisaar hoped for money from Kremlin two years agoLocal News
- Exchange of counterfeit money results in major lossesLocal NewsRainer Viljamaa stepped into the Aia street currency exchange office of Tavid in January of last year, carrying nearly 4.1 million Indian rupees – more precisely 4,096 thousand-rupee notes that he exchanged for close to 54,000 euros. Considering the fact that Tavid has seven offices in Estonia that only handle a single transaction involving rupees a day between them, it was not a common occurrence. Especially considering the sum.
- Health Insurance Fund in the red by €33mLocal News
- «State should be stricter with handing out budget money» Police chief interviewedLocal News
- Editorial: the police and budget of an ageing nationOpinion
- Editorial: enraging equivocating engulfing educationOpinion
- Estonian money mules made own bank cardsLocal News
- Savisaar to be prosecuted in a couple of monthsLocal News
- The state to pay child support instead of evasive parentLocal NewsYesterday, social protection minister Margus Tsahkna (IRL) signed family benefit draft act pursuant to which the state shall support a child and teh parent raising it while subsistence support is debated in court as well as when court procedure is concluded and bailiff is trying to get the money from the evader.
- Estonia gives EUR 4.1 mln to help Syria refugeesLocal News
- Editorial: pay the alimony or else…Opinion
- Tough times descending upon deadbeat parentsLocal NewsWhen March comes around, Estonian law turns to be among the severest in Europe towards those avoiding payment of child support. The state hopes for a success story while bailiffs are skeptical. Hardened debtors threaten to leave the country if the pressure rises, there to then dwell as alimony refugees.
- Coaches see salaries soar... by entire euro! As grants increase, so does amount of recipientsSport
- Headphones at expense of subordinatesLocal News
- Tsahkna: people must not pay the bigger billsHealth
- TransferWise to cooperate with banksEconomy
- Meet the state-paid writersCulture
- Editorial: the rural Estonian swimming pool boom EU funds splashed selfishlyOpinion
- Every party gets a part «Protection money» Excel table coming soonLocal NewsStarting today, Riigikogu discusses the 2016 state budget bill. Among other things, the lucky ones will emerge who are in for a windfall of extra taxpayer money – depending on level of love by parliamentarians. No surprise if the likes of Public Broadcasting (ERR) and Olympic Committee (EOK) get showered.
- Editorial: a toothless stateOpinionIf an ordinary paid worker owes money, a bailiff demands that he pay up. Limits are set to use of bank account. From registers, they will find about his assets and can apply forced sales. He keeps paying until the debt is covered. In the worst cases, he also pays the absurdly large fines for delay, and the tough collection costs.
- Centre Party provided answers regarding movement of cashLocal News