Finland's Social Democrats win razor-thin victory as far-right Finns Party sees big surge,
It is likely to be the first time in Europe that global warming has played so heavily on the minds of voters.
Helsinki, Espo, Vantaa, Turku, Tampere and Oulu in Finland are participating in the 6Aika programme to boost their sustainable urbanisation strategies, supported by the European Cohesion Policy.
A man wearing a t-shirt of an anti-immigration group was apprehended at a politician's rally in Finland on Sunday after displaying 'aggressive and threatening' behaviour toward the minister
Aspiring entrepreneurs pitch start-up project in Finland's glacial waters
Finland's entire centre-right coalition government has resigned over its failure to push healthcare reforms through parliament.
A magnificent display of the northern lights illuminated the night skies of Lehtojarvi in Finland on Thursday.
The magic spectacle of ‘Aurora Borealis’ was captured on camera over the Paatsjoki river in Finnish Lapland.
Finland basic income trial 'failed to spur unemployed to work more'
A new restriction proposal could reduce the amount of microplastics released to the environment in the EU by about 400,000 tonnes over 20 years.
Finnish patients are now able to go to certain pharmacies in Estonia and retrieve medicine prescribed electronically by their doctor back home.
Finland's answer to nuclear waste is burying it.
Maija Mottonen, Finland's first professional mermaid instructor, is giving lessons at a pool near Helsinki
Eco-friendly Arctic vehicles offer a new alternative for tourists exploring Lapland
Warmer winters mean more rain, which in turn traps reindeer food under a layer of ice.
Santa Claus has left his hometown Rovaniemi, in Lapland, Finland, and started his journey to bring Christmas cheer to people all around the globe
A Finnish MP is being investigated by the police for claiming a sauna as his second home.
Climate change and plastic-filled oceans have been turned into an ugly Christmas sweater design.
Finland marks independence anniversary with state-of-the-art library
A true democratisation of resources.
Helsinki have summoned Russia’s ambassador to Finland to sit down with the State Secretary on Monday after accusing Moscow of interfering with their global positioning system (GPS) signal during NATO exercises.
Finland’s GPS signal was intentionally disrupted during the recent NATO war games in Scandinavia, and Russia may have been responsible, Finnish Prime Minister Juha Sipila has said.
The Northern Lights were seen dancing in the sky over the Arctic Circle for several hours on Monday (September 10) evening.
The Finnish Immigration Service (Migri) has temporarily suspended asylum decisions from Afghanistan.
Which other European politicians have been accused of plagiarising work or faking degrees?
Air guitar enthusiasts gathered on Friday (August 24) in Oulu in north-western Finland to compete at mastering their imaginary electric guitars, pursuing the title of world champion in their bewildering passion.