Monitoring system of Estonia's eastern border has seen 5 failures in 6 monthsLocal News
- Center, IRL, SDE: Estonia needs fresh ideasLocal News
- Administration discovers 21 faults with ferryLocal NewsA recent inspection of the ferry Leiger, currently being built in Turkey, by the Maritime Administration (VA) came across numerous shortcomings. The ferry's owner TS Laevad rejoiced two weeks ago, on October 19, how the vessel would begin its journey to Estonia in the next two or three weeks, and that major faults and systems had been fixed. The company's press representative said back then that “less important faults” will be addressed simultaneously with other work.
- Small farmers scraping off ministerial rot aka Hay or UrmasLocal News
- Tere reorganisation plan denounced by expertsEconomy
- Editorial: European unity needed to solve migration crisisOpinion
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- Clients complain over flights in clunkersEconomyTo summarise the opening month of new national airline Nordic Aviation Group, an Estonian aviation specialist said it best: he'd not sit in these clunkers. The passengers are grumpy but the staff of Nordic seeks to soothe – come January, being constantly late and having hair stand on end in air will be history.
- Family fooled by brokerLocal News«In my desperation, I hope you will help us find out the truth in this matter,» wrote Kärol Kõu, a mother of three, after a tussle with a real estate company. With her husband Mario, Kärol had spent ages to find a little house on the complex Tallinn real estate market as a home to replace current tiny apartment. At long last, one was located – a house, a bit tired and discoloured, at Vuti Street. Little did the family know what was in store.
- Pilots sue Avies to get paidEconomy
- Estonians are still physically inactive, overweight - studyHealth
- Editorial: always ask about the medicineOpinion
- Power talks break downLocal News
- Editorial: dagger at oil industry throatOpinionYesterday, we saw crude hitting record lows again, the Brent benchmark doing a below $52 plunge. Top to bottom, this makes for roughly half price oil. The impact reaches farther than Russia’s budget or employment at Norwegian rigs. While, broadly speaking, the cheaper fuels are a blessing for Estonian and European economies, Ida-Viru County oil industry and oil shale mining face prompt problems.
- «Nigerian scam» strikes car biz in EstoniaLocal News
- Estonian Air plane luckily lands on flat tyreLocal News
- Firms hard pressed to find specialistsEconomy
- Minister calls on bankers and traders to help producersEconomy
- Entrepreneurs esteem the loyalty of disabled staffEconomy
- Editorial: don’t look down on the disabled workerOpinion
- Tallinn sweats, jolts and groans in traffic havocLocal News
- Editorial: let’s tackle the accidental deathsOpinion
- Maritime reforms run agroundEconomyIn 1993, close to 70 cargo ships sailed under Estonian flag. Since April, the number is zero. In cooperation with economy ministry, maritime council (Merendusnõukoda) has worked for reforms for years. They have come up with a 94-page base document, and its application plan. By some, tax policy by Reform Party is seen as headwind.
- Where have all the soldiers gone?Local News
- Eutrophication: ugly word, awful effectLocal News