Taaramäe lõpetas Norra velotuuri 16. kohaga
Jalgrattur Rein Taaramäe (Katjuša) lõpetas Norras peetud Arctic Race of Norway (UCI kategooria 2.HC) velotuuri neljanda ehk viimase etapi peagrupis ja sai kokkuvõttes 16. koha.
14.08.2016, Postimees SportPM
Prime minister raised excises by force
Entrepreneurs say rise of alcohol and fuel excise mainly harms retail in counties bordering with Latvia while transport related to exporters is hit all over the land.
20.06.2016, Andres Reimer, Riia
Krohn Traaseth: väikeriigid, milline on teie DNA? (1)
Väikeste riikide ainsaks võimaluseks maailmaturule jõudmisel on luua oma võimete kohta selged sõnumid, ütles innovatsioonimaailma üks säravamaid eestkõnelejaid Innovation Norway juht Anita Krohn Traaseth täna Tallinnas peetud Green IT seminaril.
03.06.2016, Aivar PauPM
NATO waving a red rag under nose of Russia
No threat to Russia militarily speaking, the US battalions in Baltics would irritate the Kremlin by their mere presence at Russian border. In response, just to flex muscles, the latter may move over its most modern armaments.
30.05.2016, Jaanus PiirsaluPM
Experts say lion's share of NATO leak is hot air
The picture painted before media eyes in Norway by leaked NATO report regarding Russian special units in Estonia is exaggerated and only partially reflects reality, think the experts.
04.05.2016, Oliver KundPM
Police Board: the men have not helped to be identified
In these recent weeks, four men of African origin have been released from detention centre and are now at homeless shelter in Tallinn. They were released as the maximal 18 months period allowed for organizing expulsion expired.
02.05.2016, Maige LeppPM
Toxic algal bloom makes salmon price jump
No happy prices this spring for salmon and trout in grocery stores of Estonia. Due to fish dying in farms in Chile as caused by toxic algal bloom, fresh salmon price on Oslo exchange is at its highest levels of past years so as to add about a third to what Estonian retail chains and fish processors pay to buy in fresh fish.
29.03.2016, Aivar ÕepaPM
Editorial: migrants on Estonia-Russia border?
May Russia direct to Estonian border the asylum seekers flow halted at Norwegian and Finnish borders by high level agreements? The honest answer is yes. True, the option is still hypothetical. The other issue being: how, in that case, would Estonian institutions and society react?
Russia might try smothering Estonia with migration
At end of last week, Police and Border Guard Board (PPA) got this troublesome piece of news from Russia about three refugees of Bangladeshi origin apprehended in Ivangorod wishing to enter Estonia. As dozens of Vietnamese with like plans were afterwards detected in Ivangorod, alarm went off in Estonia.
16.03.2016, Oliver KundPM
Leaked memo: migrants may move towards borders of Estonia
Closure of the currently popular Balkan migration routes may put pressure on borders of Norway, Finland and the Baltics says a leaked Norwegian foreign ministry memo.
03.03.2016, VG / The Local / PMPM
X Games – why? How come?
It's some twenty years plus that X Games stir extreme sports fans around the globe. The American invention has crept under Estonian skin thanks to our girl the freestyle skier Kelly Sildaru this time invited to Aspen, Colorado for these final days of January. But how did the thing come into being?
28.01.2016, Madis KalvetPM
Estonia-Norway combat vehicle deal triggers war of words
The recent decision to purchase 37 combat vehicle hulls from Norway has turned acrimonious as the enterprise beaten at procurement accuses defence ministry of large scale waste of taxpayer money. To refute the accusations, ministry agreed to disclose details.
25.01.2016, Oliver KundPM
Combat vehicles blessed with sisters
Updating its military equipment, Norway is selling Estonia 37 used hulls of armoured vehicles, each for the price of a small car. The exceptionally favourable deal is to bolster the Eastern border of NATO and fill a hole in Estonia's armoured maneuverability.
05.01.2016, Oliver KundT24
Nimekiri: need on Skandinaavia kõige paremad restoranid
Skandinaavia parimate restoranide edetabel White Guide Nordic lisas koostöös toiduprogrammiga Eesti Maitsed tänavu oma nimistusse ka 25 Eesti restorani, mida hindas rahvusvahelistest sõltumatutest ekspertidest koosnev töörühm White Guide'i kriteeriumitele vastavalt.
18.11.2015, Kristel TrellPM
Editorial: Paris changed everything? It did not. The values must remain
Reaction in Europe to the Friday night terror attacks in Paris were substantially different from before. The acts owned by Islamic State were coordinated and inhumanly cruel. Even so, some of the reactions have led to conclusions potentially hazardous to basic European values. Should these reactions be allowed to dominate, not only will the terrorist groupings will be sent a signal that have they managed to shake Europe, but our own principles may be endangered.
Norway doesn’t want to and cannot be the filling station of the Nordics anymore
Norway wants to shake the image of an oil, gas and fishing country, and has turned its gaze towards starting businesses and broad innovation. The recent trend has sent the country searching for bold and ambitious female executives.
23.10.2015, Aivar PauE24
Norra ei taha ja ei saa enam olla põhjamaade tankla
Norra soovib lahti saada nafta-, gaasi- ja kalandusriigi mainest ning pilgud on pööratud alustavate äride ja laia haardega innovatsiooni poole. Viimase trendina on hakatud otsima julgeid ja hakkajaid naisjuhte.
23.10.2015, Aivar PauPM
Medical scientist proves hypothesis set by Lennart Meri
Not limited to liking what Lennart Meri wrote and published four decades back, medical scientist Raul Talvik believed it.
16.10.2015, Priit Pullerits
Eestiski arendatav ettevõte pälvis Oslo innovatsiooniauhinna
Norra täna välja kuulutatud Oslo 2015. aasta innovatsiooniauhinna pälvis printimisteenuste pilveteenuse leiutanud ettevõtte Gelato Group, mille arendustöid veetakse muu hulgas Eesti kontoris.
12.10.2015, Aivar PauPM
Icelander's campaign makes pen-selling Syrian single dad a wealthy man
Abdul, a refugee from Syria, was in the right place at the right time. A photo taken of him became a global hit and by now the single father of two has been donated over €142,000. What will he do with the money? Underneath, an Icelander behind the campaign Gissur Simonarson talks to Postimees.
01.09.2015, Marian MänniPM
Survey: difficulty of identifying immigrants a major hazard
Survey ordered by interior ministry says strongest security threat related to intake of immigrants is entry of unidentified individuals.
23.07.2015, Helen MihelsonPM
Nordic cos reach agreement on tightening cooperation, including with Baltics
The Nordic countries have agreed to tighten cooperation, including with the Baltic countries, the Norwegian daily Aftenposten reports.
Estonia beats Norway 1-0 in friendly
The Estonian national football team defeated Norway 1-0 (1-0) in a friendly played in Oslo on Wednesday.
Financing Estonia: Norwegian and Swiss aid not forever?
Thus far, Switzerland and Norway have supported Estonia with dozens of millions of euros. In all likelihood, Swiss grants are hanging on a referendum.
10.11.2014, Tõnis OjaPM
Norway providing EUR 2.9 mln for Estonian scientists' research work
The Estonian Research Council has approved decisions assigning grants from the Norwegian-Estonian Research Cooperation Program by which a total of 2.9 million euros are provided to 13 projects.
Estonian citizen caught with 210 kg khat narcotics
The Norwegian police have arrested an Estonian citizen whose car's luggage compartment unveiled at least 210 kilograms of narcotic khat branches, the news agency NTB reports.