Light, hope, joy: thus, on the notes of Nicolò Jommelli, an 18th century Neapolitan composer, ends the extraordinary musical trip Joyce DiDonato invites us to embark on: from the horrors of war to the
Startup entrepreneurs gathered in Helsinki with one question – when is a mobile phone not a phone?
Germany’s Severin Freund returned to the winners circle for the first time in almost a year after success in the second event of the World Cup Ski jumping season in Ruka…
Domen Prevc produced a stunning performance to secure his first World Cup victory in Finland on Friday.
There was another stunning display of the Aurora Borealis or Northern Lights over Rovaniemi in Finland on Monday as atmospheric conditions on the sun fuelled another breathtaking night…
A photographer has captured a dazzling aurora borealis display over northern Finland.
Green waves could be seen across the night sky over the
There’s loud music, headbanging and crowds of screaming fans.
This year some 50 couples from 12 countries took part in the race in Sonkajärvi, Finalnd, a small town of 4600 inhabitants.
Vladimir Putin came to Finland with a handshake for his counterpart, President Salui Niinisto – and a warning that Moscow will respond if his host country joins…
We understand some parts of our own oceans less than we know outer space, but as they are so critical to our survival we need to know more, fast.
Reacting adequately to extreme weather can be crucial to saving lives and limiting damages to roads and infrastructure in general. In Porvoo, near
Austrian ski jumper Michael Hayboeck produced a stunning performance to secure his first World Cup victory for more than a year as he edged out his
Civilian street patrols are on the increase across Finland following the alleged “widespread sexual harrassment” of women by asylum seekers on New
Police in Finland have announced that New Year celebrations in Helsinki were marred by “widespread sexual harrassment” as women were targeted by
Winter is not the only obstacle to contend with for migrants trying to cross the northern route from Russia into Finland and the European Union and
He’s coming to the end of the busiest time of the year. The elves have done their job and now Santa Claus is preparing to leave Lapland and begin
An overhaul of a national education system is a major and potentially risky undertaking for any country. Introducing fundamental reforms is costly
More than 30,000 people rallied in Helsinki on Friday (September 18) to protest against government plans to cut workers’ benefits. Strikes also
Kereel “Your Daddy” Blumenkrants has been crowned the first-ever Russian Air Guitar World Champion in Oulu, Finland at the 20th anniversary of the
It’s as far as you can get from the pristine pitches at London’s Wembley, Barcelona’s Camp Nou or Brazil’s Maracanã.
Welcome to the Swamp Football
Bold design fails to quell misgivings over Helsinki's 130M Guggenheim punt
Finland posted its worst unemployment figures in 13 years in May, up 1.5% compared to March and April to reach 11.8%.
That’s a 1.1% increase
Finland’s new government has picked the leader of a Eurosceptic party as its new foreign and Europe minister. The selection of Timo Soini, who heads
One of Ireland’s most iconic companies, Waterford Wedgewood, has been sold to Finland’s Fiskars for 391 million euros.
Waterford glassworks was
Kari, Pertti, Sami and Toni will be representing Finland at the upcoming Eurovision Song Contest in Vienna. The quartet, whose members suffer from
Finland’s Nokia took a tumble on Thursday after poorer-than-expected quarterly profits sent shares down by as much as 12%. at one point.