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Six Finnish cities are building a sustainable urban model
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.
Finnish police thwart suspected attack on foreign affairs minister
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
Entrepreneurs pitch start-up project in Finland's glacial waters
Aspiring entrepreneurs pitch start-up project in Finland's glacial waters
Finland's government collapses
Finland's entire centre-right coalition government has resigned over its failure to push healthcare reforms through parliament.
'Wife Carrying Championship' winners to make relationship official
The unmarried winners of Britain's 'Wife Carrying Championships' are set to make their relationship official following a surprise proposal this weekend
Aurora borealis illuminates Lapland sky
A magnificent display of the northern lights illuminated the night skies of Lehtojarvi in Finland on Thursday.
Northern lights dance across night skies in Finnish Lapland
The magic spectacle of ‘Aurora Borealis’ was captured on camera over the Paatsjoki river in Finnish Lapland.
Tonight's full episode of Raw Politics
Watch the full episode of Raw Politics for Monday, February 11, 2019.
Finland 'free money' trial did not spur unemployed to find work
Finland basic income trial 'failed to spur unemployed to work more'
Europe's poverty gap
"The problem is not that we run out of money occasionally. The real problem is that we live our entire lives this way and our children grow up in this too.”
EU patients could soon use digital prescriptions across the bloc
Finnish patients are now able to go to certain pharmacies in Estonia and retrieve medicine prescribed electronically by their doctor back home.
How does Finland handle radioactive waste? By burying it
Finland's answer to nuclear waste is burying it.
Finns train as mermaids and mermen to live their childhood dream
Want to swim like a fantasy sea creature? At 'mermaiding' classes in Finland, adult women and men swim wearing a garment that combines a monofin flipper with fabric from the waist down to create a distinctive mermaid tail.
Flippin' brilliant: the Finns learning to be mermaids
Maija Mottonen, Finland's first professional mermaid instructor, is giving lessons at a pool near Helsinki
Watch Santa’s depart to his annual journey around the world
Santa Claus has left his hometown Rovaniemi, in Lapland, Finland, and started his journey to bring Christmas cheer to people all around the globe
Oodi, the future-facing Helsinki new public library
A true democratisation of resources.
US President Donald Trump has Finnish President Sauli Niinisto bemused over fire comments
As US President Donald Trump toured the burned out California town of Paradise, where many lost their lives and homes, he made a comment that has Finnish President Sauli Niinisto bemused.
Russia may have jammed Finland's GPS signal, Sipila says
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.
Something rotten in the state of Denmark? The Danes don't think so.
A recent report released by the White House's Council of Economic Advisors claims Nordic countries have a lower standard of living due to socialism
Watch: NATO kicks off largest exercise since Cold War in Norway
Norway hosted NATO’s 2018 Trident Juncture war games. It involved 50,000 troops from all 29 member states, plus non-members Sweden and Finland.