Taavi Kotka, Estonia's chief ICT official, to quitEconomy
- Aid for dead: who should have checked if they were still around?Health
- Estonian ForMin cancels warning against travel to BrusselsEstonian news
- Five tonnes of used tyres dumped in ministry yardLocal 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.
- Bill to grant military intelligence right to collect info outside EstoniaLocal News
- Editorial: playing on parental nervesOpinion
- Jonatan Vseviov nominated for secretary general of Defense MinistryLocal News
- Estonians trust police, volunteer rescuers the most - surveyLocal News
- Estonian ministry: Security measures of US embassy within terms of memorandumLocal NewsAfter a report of alleged unauthorized surveillance of people in the street on behalf of the U.S. embassy in Tallinn, the Estonian Interior Ministry analyzed the memorandum on providing for the security of the diplomatic representation and confirmed that neither side has overstepped the terms of the memorandum.
- Govt allocates EUR 8.4 mln for national defenseLocal News
- Defense minister to sign Javelin purchase contractLocal News
- Name change helps paedophiles keep goingLocal News
- €60,000 splashed for OscarCulture
- Estonia to establish digital embassiesEconomy
- Editorial: the state vs the lawyer – a battle of principleOpinion
- Vodka makers mad at sharp excise riseLocal News
- In from the outsideLocal News
- Ashton-Paet phone call leaked to YouTubeLocal NewsA February 26th telephone call between Catherine Ashton, High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, and Estonian defence minister Urmas Paet – touching events in Kiev, Ukraine – was recorded, and leaked into the internet YouTube environment yesterday. The publication of the call may have been facilitated by secret services of some third country.
- Ministry bans publication of bothersome studyLocal News
- Ministry pulls wool over EU eyesEconomy
- Latvia: Estonian electricity traffic limits would be at variance with EU principlesEconomyAccording to Latvia the accusation of Estonian Minister for Economic Affairs and Communications Juhan Parts against Latvia and Lithuania concerning price fluctuations is groundless, and the electricity traffic limits on the border between Estonia and Latvia would be at variance with the principles of the European Union.