Two dozen knots to untangleLocal News
- Next president could be decided by electoral bodyLocal News
- Successful small parishes weak point of administrative reformLocal NewsPostimees interviewed members of the new government soon after it took office toward the end of last year. Because the administrative area of the state administration minister was living busy days and several decisions were still outstanding at the time, we will publish the final piece in the series today – almost a month after the local governments' merger deadline came and went.
- Tootsi wind farm to become Estonian Air vol. 2Economy
- Number of local governments to fall threefoldLocal News
- What will the year 2017 bring us? From broken teeth to fishingLocal NewsWhat will the year 2017 bring us? Besides increased excises, the coming year will bring Estonia’s residents new subsidies – for example, it is likely that more people will visit dentists in 2017, because a small compensation will be paid to adults as well. Postimees reviews the most significant law amendments.
- Mergers producing new namesLocal News
- Administrative reform fate slipping into Supreme Court handsLocal NewsAccording to thorough legal analysis completed last week the administrative reform violates constitutional rights of local governments in several issues. If Supreme Court sides with the local governments who ordered the analysis, part of the law is likely to be annulled and the reform will not be fully carried out.
- Small parishes given till end of year to uniteLocal News
- Estonian parlt adopts administrative reform billLocal News
- 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.
- Editorial: the simple complex stuffOpinion
- Old folks getting lost looking for a hospitalHealth
- In cities, small private schools to tighten beltsLocal News
- Estonia-Latvia borderlands merger makes Riigikogu splash A Tale of Two Cities, Baltic contemporary versionLocal News
- Local leaders carry differing price tagsLocal News
- Few viewers, many critics The Edgar Savisaar TV Series Part 1Local News
- Pigeon post just had a busy weekend Minister answers letter not sent yetLocal News
- New cameras helping detect crimesLocal News
- Elderly stuck in wards with mentally ill and dangerousLocal News
- Ligi says no to castes for kidsLocal News
- Parish governments come under Central Criminal Police scrutinyLocal News
- Editorial: the rural Estonian swimming pool boom EU funds splashed selfishlyOpinion
- National Audit Office dissatisfied with governmental efforts to develop economyEconomy
- A ministry and its lone half-time crisis managerLocal NewsAddressing the social ministry regarding refugees, journalists have but one person to address. That'll be Triin Raag, a local governments specialist at social department. In this situation of crisis, one lady is loaded with arrangement of housing and support. What's more, she's officially employed just half-time. Come New Year, Estonia will be receiving some 200 «batch one» refugees. To this, add 373 latest Juncker-quota people.
- Local leaders want no refugeesLocal News
- Ministries swell with fresh vigourLocal News