Scientists overturn Meri’s 5,000 years hypothesisLocal News
- Estonians the third tallest on planetEstonian news
- Father says son injured in Nice is doing betterEstonian news
- Number of Estonians hurt in Nice attack rises to threeLocal News
- Estonian in Nice: before fireworks, a cashier said they fear a terror attackEstonian news
- Tallinn to increasingly speak Russian 1Local NewsIn 2000–2011, largest numbers of Estonians in Tallinn moved to Pelgulinn, Kalamaja and Pääsküla. Regarding Russians, they were most inclined to go live in Laagna, Mustakivi and Väike-Õismäe city districts. Among the suburbs, Estonians overwhelmingly looked towards Viimsi while Russians resettled in Maardu. Among those who left Tallinn, Estonians spread all over Estonia and Russians firstly chose East-Viru County, industrial towns and Tartu.
- «I stay away from the Al-Qaeda and Taliban bunch and mind my own business» Ship guard answers our questions from prison in IndiaEstonian news
- Russian history professor: we've lost the taste for truthEstonian news
- Who will care for Crimean Estonians?Estonian news
- Brotherhood (mis)understood Former first lady talking to PostimeesOpinionAt present, words of the cultured carry no such weight as at end of 1980ies, observes folklorist and former first lady Ingrid Rüütel (EKRE) while admitting Estonia could never solve the problems of the nations of the world. Even so, Estonia might play a part in international cooperation provided we feature wise, experienced and balanced politicians.
- In Meremäe, Setos set up Morning of Miracles Administrative reform turns turbulentLocal NewsThe cock was still crowing when Meremäe, a whopping-for-Estonia 300 kilometers from Tallinn, burst into a folksy spectacle. That being a colorful mix of native singing, police summonsed by council chairman, no confidence declared towards parish elder to be promptly repealed as the guy was voted back into office.
- Refugees better favoured by Estonians than by others in the landLocal News
- Finnish court metes out long prison sentences to gang of Estonian drug criminalsLocal News
- Editorial: Estonians choose freedomOpinionYesterday, Republic of Estonia celebrated its 98th anniversary. Quite an age, while we will have to admit that though old in a sense we're still rather young as of the 98 years we have managed to be free for less than a half. As penned by a Russian philosopher Nikolai Berdyaev: slavery is easy and freedom is hard, and for that very reason nations often opt for the former. Even so, in the 20th century Estonians did twice clearly declare that they desire to be free and it is vital in the future to stay true to that choice.
- Eager to travel, Estonians in increasing need of consular helpEstonian news
- Having abandoned ship guards, employer still in business Advantfort probed by Postimees in journalistic experimentEstonian news
- Editorial: Estonians the conflict solversOpinion
- Oh to be embraced by Estonia ...Local News
- Editorial: a world with two million EstoniansOpinion
- Emotions the string pulling Estonians back home againCulture
- Indian police detains three as related to stoning of EstoniansEstonian news
- Valga buys booze from ValkaLocal News
- God'swill Ayobamidele Nkwusi: my life in EstoniaOpinion«Go back home nigga!» «We don’t want you here. I hate you, you nigga! Don’t steal our jobs!» These are chants that already suggest one word - racism. This word provokes feelings of anger, hatred and even attacks on self-esteem. My first three years out of the four, that I've spent here in Tallinn, were not totally joyous; however, I had an experience void of an attack on my personality in relation to colour or race, writes God'swill Ayobamidele Nkwusi, who studies in Estonia.
- Study shows three-child families wealthier than those with twoLocal News
- Editorial: drunkenness decisively demolished?OpinionLong is the history of fighting alcohol. Even on pages of Postimees. Writes founder Johann Voldemar Jannsen, in Perno Postimees editorial over 150 years ago: «Estonians should have fewer drunkards among us. I know nothing that has thus damaged the nation, and harmed the well-being of their minds and pocket books as vodka. What a shame if Russians would beat us in their contempt for it!»
- Decade sees 68,500 return to Estonia from jobs abroadEconomy
- Estonian guys tower among the tall in EuropeLocal News
- Editorial: leave city, be happyOpinion
- Working in Finland: homecoming considered with wage rise or when retiredEconomy
- Earthquake claims life of one EstonianEstonian newsBy last night the death of one Estonian was confirmed in the Nepali earthquake. Whereabouts of four Estonian citizens in Nepal were not known. At the moment, foreign ministry is aware of 30 Estonian citizens currently in Nepal. Regarding 25 of them the ministry has been confirmed that their lives have been spared.
- Editorial: counting the blessings of dwelling in EstoniaOpinion
- Editorial: injuries claiming Estonian livesOpinion
- Estonians abroad stuck there due to trivialitiesLocal NewsBorn in Stockholm and in Estonia since age of three, Illimar Lepik von Wirén (25), an EU Master’s student at University of Tartu European College, is back from a 15-days trip to major European and North-American cities to meet Estonians abroad and find out what keeps them there. And when they intend to return.
- The Estonian: his insidesLocal NewsEstonian Genome Centre, busy and bustling for a while now, has indeed discovered a thing or two about the Estonian. On the one hand, we are typical Europeans. On the other, even in the North and South of the tiny land we appear different. No German or Finnish genetic variant in the Estonian however, sayeth EGC chief Andres Metspalu.