Finland lends hand to e-residencyEconomy
- Company accuses watchdog of obstructionEconomy
- Monitoring system of Estonia's eastern border has seen 5 failures in 6 monthsLocal News
- Palo wants to take over development of Ida-Viru CountyEconomy
- Pentus-Rosimannus possibly involved with ArsenalLocal News
- The state needs warships, helicopters and coastal radar networkLocal News
- ESTCube team makes first contract for building space camerasLocal NewsESTCube-1, Estonia’s first satellite to be sent to the Earth’s orbit in cooperation with the University of Tartu, Tartu Observatory and other research institutions, took images of such excellent quality, as experts say, that now the Tartu researchers are getting first orders from the space industry. In January 2017 the first custom-made space camera will be mounted to the students’ satellite of the European Space Agency.
- Port waiting for ideas for development competitionLocal News
- Initiatives need to be implemented soonEconomyThe prime minister's economic development working group, headed by Erkki Raasuke, presented its report to the public and the incoming coalition yesterday. The working group was paradoxically called to life by outgoing Prime Minister Taavi Rõivas, while the fruits of its labor will now benefit his three biggest competitors.
- Digital registration underusedHealthWhile the state is considering how to create a national digital registration center, expensive digital solutions of hospitals have not paid off. Estonians want to pick up the phone, even if put on hold for a long time, and tell the doctor what's wrong, instead of wrestling with ID-card passwords – as put by hospitals.
- More conscripts and better intelligenceLocal News
- Estonian defense co Milrem to expand Tallinn workshopEconomy
- So an Estonian enterprise up and establishes headquarters on Mauritius E-tiger makes African bounce @ onceEconomy
- Editorial: Ida-Viru County needs a vision for the futureOpinionIda-Virumaa and its largest city Narva of nearly 60,000 inhabitants has been rather prominent in local and international media these past few years. predominantly, this has been because of the 2014 events in Ukraine: many a Western journalist has been seeking for another Donbas and Crimea both in Narva and the Latvian region of Latgale. Even so, the Daugavpils and Narva reality has proven otherwise, and one may understand the displeasure in locals regarding such focus.
- 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.
- Tiit Kuuli: state's best security guarantee is economic wellbeing Estonian Employers’ Confederation new head interviewedEconomyDuring his long career, construction company Oma Ehitaja chairman Tiit Kuuli has not been in media too often but now the post presents a responsibility. He remains modest however and says that in a representative body with 15 professional associations and 15 top managers featured, the role of an individual must not be exaggerated.
- Estonia's Milrem signs cooperation agreement with Singaporean defense industry coLocal News
- Editorial: Uber kaput?Opinion
- Work group to hunt elephants hindering economy of Estonia Prime Minister sets sights on catching up with Nordics, no deadlineEconomy
- 2016 in economy: expect boredomEconomy
- Banks trusted to prevent office building boomEconomy
- Slow pace of healtcare takes toll on patientsHealth
- Development Fund perhaps not neededEconomy
- Norway doesn’t want to and cannot be the filling station of the Nordics anymoreEconomy
- City centre edges towards the seaLocal News
- Editorial: hope and fire in the heart of TallinnOpinionThe war of words triggered around commercial center called Porto Franco planned near port had drawn the entire harbor area into limelight. Long oh how long has been the wait for the wastelands to be filled with buildings and beauty. In that sense, we are hopeful – soon, cranes will be adorning many a lot.
- The ranting dads and the rattled kids on the fieldsSport«Get the game!», «Boil the umpire!», «Pass better!», «Strike stronger!». A late afternoon at sports arena. The kids are playing football, «green» against «yellow». All are having fun and trying their very best. At times, they flop pretty bad which for beginners is pardonable. Flanking the field, coaches of both teams are encouraging the guys to enjoy the game. At the other edge.. we quoted them above, a bit. In the conflict of educational philosophies, who loses is the child. What did he do wrong? Nothing.
- Head of Elisa: Europe needs dramatic changesEconomy
- All e-residents got faulty cardsLocal News
- Gunnar Okk: related specialties should be taught in one universityOpinionTomorrow, Nordic Investment Bank vice president Gunnar Okk will address research and development committee chaired by Prime Minister to report on situation and options for higher education and research in Estonia. Employees at universities and research agencies are anxious to hear what the report will reveal. In interview underneath, Mr Okk will allow an initial peek.
- Millions of taxpayer euros and many years later, magic start-up not on market yetEconomy