Corruption lingers in local governmentsLocal News
- Two Tartu deputy mayors suspected of corruptionLocal News
- Scientists working on AI in TartuLocal News
- Silence surrounding dismissal of Tartu airport headLocal News
- New Estonian National Museum is openCulture
- Small farmers scraping off ministerial rot aka Hay or UrmasLocal News
- Study: the elderly see no point in saving moneyEconomy
- Bus drivers already offered Finnish language coursesEconomy
- On road towards smoke free prisons, fuelled by fruit and sudokuHealth
- The Tartu slaveowner and his diversified crimesLocal News
- The great Tartu bribery scandalLocal NewsIn Tartu, the Raadi city district development was seen as a shiny success story in the making. Like the harbour area in Tallinn, so to speak. Turns out, for the Soc Dem deputy mayor in charge Kajar Lember it brought accusations of accepting bribes. Mr Lember was not about city interests at all, it is suggested.
- Road users to save €8.5m a year Tallinn-Tartu trip cut shorterLocal News
- Editorial: the simple complex stuffOpinion
- Old folks getting lost looking for a hospitalHealth
- Local leaders carry differing price tagsLocal News
- Editorial: how to restore sense of security in society?Opinion
- Tartu brutes share tough childhoodLocal News
- Editorial: PHOSPHORITE NO GOOD FOR BREADOpinionIt's 30 years soon from the phosphorite war battles. The people rose up against plans to mine for phosphate rock in Virumaa. Scientists said it may have had destructive effects on environment and, due to influx of Russian-speaking foreign labour force, to the population structure. Not comparable to the War of Independence, the action did boost the national feelings with winds of perestroika glasnost helping along, thus culminating in the Singing Revolution and regained independence.
- PM lays wreath at independence monument on 96th anniversary of Tartu Peace TreatyLocal News
- Hospital rebells at lay-off demand by the stateLocal News
- Editorial: let's get this border treaty thing over withOpinion
- SEB grants grace period to third of milk producersEconomy
- «I think they'll hate us!» — worldwide washing revolution stirring in TartuLocal News
- Road Administration tells Superbus «no»Economy
- Scientist says Estonia «lulled by pig fever staying in woods only»Local News
- Allowing cannabis demanded in TartuLocal NewsIn central Tartu, right behind Town Hall in Pirogov Park, a motley crew gathered last night to demand legalisation of cannabis. The demonstration «Stop Destructive Cannabis Ban Policy!» was organised by non-profit association Estonian Cannabis Union (MTÜ Eesti Kanepiliit). At the protest meeting, its board members Madis Masing (large picture) and Mart Kalvet – to the soundtrack of supporting shouts – lectured on the benefits of cannabis and listed reasons for allowing its use.
- Edgar Savisaar’s health failsLocal News
- Blood transfusion saves eagleLocal NewsThe sea eagle, now for a few weeks nurtured at Estonian University of Life Sciences clinic, was as good as a goner. Luckily, a fellow of said species just happened to be in for treatment at his side. Thus, the rare bird got a historic first Estonian transmission for eagles – and another chance at life.
- War criminal displeased with jailhouse in TartuLocal News
- Universities ever emptierLocal News