Major theft investigation collecting dustLocal News
- Care home manager emptied clients' accountsLocal News
- Deputy mayor detained on suspicions of involvement in waste businessLocal News
- Syrian denies intent to set spouse on fireLocal News
- Special rules for allied offendersLocal NewsThe British marine who struck an assistant police officer in Tallinn last year is the first allied soldier in whose case Estonia decided not to implement its laws. The decision is tied to guarantees in allied soldiers' contracts, and the public prosecutor's office has completed a set of guidelines for dealing with relevant cases in the future.
- Court orders medical examination for Edgar SavisaarLocal News
- Hospital heads plead not guiltyLocal News
- CEO of road construction company charged with fostering fraudLocal News
- Man behind bomb threats sent to prisonLocal News
- Metropol shooter a criminal rogueLocal NewsPaata Sakhokia is a criminal figure with a Georgian background who has recently made it to the top of Estonia's most wanted list. He is wanted by both the criminal police and the local criminal underground that branded Sakhokia a rogue through an act of payback carried out in Männiku five years ago.
- Prosecution to look into harassment at UTLocal NewsRecent weeks have brought to the attention of the public an alleged harassment case at the University of Tartu in connection with which two criminal cases have now been opened. Rector Volli Kalm says that the university's peace has been disturbed, and that public treatment of the unseemly end of a relationship between a male professor and a former female employee and doctoral student has damaged the persons themselves, university staff, and the school as a whole.
- Man shot in Rotermann quarterLocal News
- Separatists in Luhansk want to exchange an EstonianEstonian news
- Members of the passport mafia stand trialLocal News
- Prosecutor to appeal decision to drop 1 charge in Liviko case due to expiryEconomy
- Corruption suspects still employedLocal News
- Blackmail using nudesLocal NewsIt all started with words. “See, now you have a man who appreciates you and treats you like a princess,” 37-year-old hobby actor and cashier Margus Sepp wrote to one of his victims in October of 2014. A little later he added: “Darling, you are in my heart, and soul, and head every minute.” (spelling unchanged here and elsewhere – ed.)
- How to spin political moneyLocal News
- Legal committee discussed leak of Savisaar's case fileLocal News
- Savisaar case did not leak from prosecutor's office, ISS - parlt panel chairLocal NewsThe Legal Affairs Committee of the Estonian parliament obtained certainty on Monday that the materials of the case brought against former Center Party chairman and Tallinn mayor Edgar Savisaar were not leaked to the media by the Office of the Prosecutor General or the Internal Security Service (ISS), committee chairman Jaanus Karilaid said.
- Police arrest chief of Tallinn TV on embezzlement suspicionsLocal News
- Charges reveal Savisaar's secret lifeLocal News
- Two youths named as suspects in killing Narva schoolgirl in DecemberLocal News
- Kruuda feels state flex musclesLocal News
- Kremlin propaganda portal head Kornilov detained by Estonian policeLocal News
- Estonian court sends to prison two Lithuanian car thievesLocal News
- Minister: Tallinn airport bomb threat maker knew how to make himself hard to findLocal News
- Savisaar not granted permission to return to officeLocal News
- Latvian stabs fellow bus passenger in EstoniaLocal News
- Prison sentence requested for man who threatened prime ministerLocal News
- Tartu deputy mayor suspected of EUR 850,000 benefit fraudLocal News
- Police detain head of maintenance of Port of TallinnLocal News
- Leedo: price of political support stood at €4m Shipping businessman shown drawing of four lemonsLocal NewsAt Tartu County Court this Monday, shipping businessman Vjatšeslav Leedo testified that former Port of Tallinn board member Allan Kiil (then Reform) asked him for €4m in 2014 in return for political support which would have ensured Mr Leedo the support needed to have ferryboat traffic contract extended. According to him, Mr Kiil said he would have had, regarding paying the money and getting the support, to communicate with then Port of Tallinn chairman Remo Holsmer (Reform), who «does that thing at the port».
- He worked for years at other end of Estonia. Never knew itLocal News