Three big festivals have been called off as uncertainty reigns in the Finnish events industry.
Dry air is expected to increase levels of street dust, with poor air quality expected.
Police have not opened a probe into the matter which a criminal law professor said sounded like a case of forgery.
The first lines of Tampere's tram system will start serving passengers this summer.
Deliveries will only be redirected once risk groups have been vaccinated nationwide.
Awak Kuier's first steps in basketball were taken in Kotka.
The sanctions may have some effect on the export of investment goods by the technology sector.
The single most-used energy source in 2020 was wood-based fuels, accounting for 28 percent of total energy consumption.
A fresh poll by Helsingin Sanomat shows support for the prime minister's party dropping as local elections approach.
The Ministry of Justice says that voting from a car will be tested for the first time at the elections on 13 June.
This week's podcast asks why Migri is making people line up outside their offices for hours in frigid weather
Funding could be used to hire extra teachers and assistants or divide groups and classes into smaller sizes.
Migri has apologised for the situation and says that it has added extra appointment times.
In a Thursday phone call, President Sauli Niinistö confirmed support for Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity.
The 10,000 kilometre route runs from Helsinki to the Russian city of Vostochny and from there by sea to Yokohama.
Health authorities recorded 1,600 fewer infections over the last 14 days compared to the previous two-week period.
The supermarket chain will be the first nationwide retailer in Finland to remove the Veikkaus machines.
Most morning newspapers in Finland report that new Covid vaccination schedules will delay jabs for younger age groups.
Finland and Rangers midfielder Glen Kamara also received a three-match suspension in relation to the same incident.
The United States is expected to withdraw their troops by 11 September, 20 years after the 9/11 terror attack.
The National Vaccination Expert Group (KRAR) said it saw no reason to change the existing age limit.
In areas most affected by the epidemic, sources say all establishments will have to stop alcohol sales at 5pm.
According to the Ministry of Social Affairs and Health, a buyer's age is not being definitively verified by suppliers.
Finland's five coalition partners will be seeking common ground in talks next week outlining next year's budget.
One of the suspects uploaded a video to social media app Snapchat boasting about the attack, police believe.
Finland has ordered 2.4 million Johnson & Johnson vaccine doses, but there could be delays due to blood clot concerns.
Morning papers report that the government is now unlikely to seek new powers to manage the coronavirus epidemic.
The proposal comes after two people were killed in Finland last year in separate hunting accidents within national parks.
Ano Turtiainen added that he thinks the world is at war and the situation will not be resolved "without worse brawls".
However children under 12 will likely have to wait until next year to be vaccinated.