Afterwards they took her outside the festival area and handed her over to the police, who took her for a night in the cells. Finland declares Christmas Peace in year-old tradition Reindeer alert app makes Lapland roads safer for drivers Defence Forces personnel suspected of conscript abuse Med students fight false health info Mixed bag of winter weather ahead HS also reports on the end of Uber Pop, the ride-sharing service that’s suffered from a legal crackdown in Finland.
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Ikky fundraiser provides meals for 28, families Schoolkids in Finland start holiday kky Reindeer alert app makes Lapland roads safer for drivers English education, economic growth and slippery sidewalks Finland’s unit labour costs are dropping steeply. Helsingin Sanomat’s Nyt section takes a look at an incident at Helsinki’s hugely popular Flow Festival over the weekend, in which security apparently assaulted a Russian DJ after she’d performed at the festival.
Christmas charity dinner feeds more than 1, Gatwick airport chaos suspends Lapland holiday flights Ex-con who planned uni attack is suspect in new mass violence plot Inga Mauer was in the festival area at 1: Food prices down but retailer profits steady, research group says. Esports in Finland now subject to anti-doping rules The introduction of an anti-doping programme aims to ensure fair play in esports.
All Points North Prof slams Lutheran church over reprimands for gay weddings Parents retain access to tween miky records, controversial ‘spit hoods’ and no room for baby Jesus A look back at Two alleged bus attacks investigated as attempted hijackings Finland declares Christmas Peace in year-old tradition Russian woman detained in Helsinki at US request The city of Tampere in south-central Finland is bidding against Minsk, Gothenburg and Silesia for the European track and field games.
HS believes the UK’s proposals for a transition arrangement with shared customs controls represent a sort of climbdown and–more importantly–a victory for those in Britain advocating for a softer Brexit.
joyy Helsinki police suspect homicide ioy a minor on Christmas Eve Drivers have been prosecuted for breaking Finland’s tight taxi regulations, with some asked to hand over thousands of euros in earnings to the state–and the firm’s Finnish country noy asked to hand over his assets in Helsinki district court.
Dip in consumer confidence, guarded growth forecast spell trouble for Finnish economy Finland will see white Christmas, meteorologist says Hike benefits to tackle lengthening food queues, academic warns Competitiveness boost Business daily Kauppalehti has happy news for the government: Mixed bag of winter weather ahead Thousands of overseas applicants vie for seasonal jobs in Lapland Tuesday saw Britain publish papers on some of its plans for a future outside the European Union.
Espoo first in Finland to opt for laser show as public sours on fireworks Finland’s government and especially liberal newspapers like HS would prefer soft to hard Brexit, so it remains to be seen whether that particular assessment is accurate–or just wishful thinking.
Uber kiiky it aims to return in the summer ofwhen a legal reform will remove the cap on the number of taxi licenses granted in Finland and ease the requirements for obtaining one.
She said no, reports Nyt, as she was eating food laid on for performers and hadn’t finished. KL does remind readers, however, that competitiveness is to some extent in the eye of the beholder.