In Riigikogu and owning a flat in Tallinn? Why not rent another for compensation
A member of Riigikogu makes €3,437.46 a month. If not a native Tallinner, he has the right to rent an apartment and get cost thereof covered up to 20 percent of salary i.e. €687.49. For precisely that sum of money, several have found a flat while already having a place to stay as if.
08.07.2016, Tuuli KochPM
Old Town suffers severe «tourist jam»
Yesterday morning, a whopping five cruise ships stood at Port of Tallinn, with a total of 8,500 plus tourists on board. Wondering whether the town would hold them all, Postimees took a look.
14.06.2016, Madis VaikmaaPM
Editorial: hopes high for Tallinn's new high street
The Tallinn Main Street design contest winner hath been declared. A remarkable event as, in three years hopefully, the fresh concept will altogether alter the face and ways of Estonia's capital.
Narva Highway becomes Avenue
Emerging as winner of Tallinn Main Street design contest, «Kevad linnas» (Spring in the City) is focussed at creating a humans based space.
16.05.2016, Uwe GnadenteichElu
Galerii ja video! Hollywoodi stsenarist Mick Rossi esitles koos Henrik Normanniga värsket käsikirja
Hollywoodi stsenarist Mick Rossi esitles täna Hotell Old Town Maestros mängufilmi «Tõde peitub vales» (The Truth Within The Lie) stsenaariumit.
«Pro» ranks thinned
In two initial months of the year the police caught eight professional thieves in Tallinn. A record.
«An excellent result,» observed Toomas Jervson of Northern prefecture. His «apartment group» hunting the burglars day in and day out, eight arrests is over 10 percent of the total of 70 or so in the business in Tallinn.
04.03.2016, Risto BerendsonPM
New cameras helping detect crimes
Northern prefecture criminal department had to admit defeat while trying to identify a professional thief after the event – the picture by public camera was only good enough to point out a dark coat and hat. Half of Tallinners would have been suspects...
02.03.2016, Risto BerendsonPM
Oldest Estonian «has no regrets»
This Sunday, Arved Tamm turned 106. The oldest living Estonian is positive to the core, say those that know him, and one to always have said «take nothing to heart, main thing's staying alive».
03.02.2016, Piret LaksonPM
Old Town bars to sue City of Tallinn over restrictions
Ten bars situated mainly in Suur-Karja Street in Tallinn's Old Town plan to sue the city government over economic activity restrictions which they claim violate their rights.
Estonian capital city imposing restrictions on 10 Old Town bars
Tallinn is to impose economic activity restrictions on 10 bars mainly situated in Suur-Karja Street in the Old Town, and the restrictions include a ban to sell alcohol from Monday to Friday from midnight to 5 a.m. and from Saturday to Sunday from 1 a.m. to 5 a.m.
Tallinn bans velotaxis from Old Town from Saturday
Following a more than decade-long debate, the Tallinn city government has decided to ban three-wheel bikes offering fee-charging passenger carriage service from the Old Town from Aug. 15.
Tallinn deletes painting by respected street artist
Sunday morning saw a working man apply pressure washer to remove naked emperor picture painted on Tallinn Old Town wall authored by street artist from Tartu, Edward von Lõngus.
02.04.2015, Triin ÄrmPM
Lutherans looking to build a skyscraper
Estonian Evangelical Lutheran Church (EELK), soon to complete a top exclusive real estate development in Kentmanni St, Tallinn, is reaching ever higher: next in line would be a skyscraper in heart of Tallinn.
03.10.2014, Oliver KundElu
Alisa Jakobi avas värvika näituse «Aeg tantsida»
Kolmapäeval, 21.mail kell 18.00 avas Alisa Jakobi Meriton Old Town Hotelli Kohvikus oma näituse «Aeg tantsida // It’s Time to Dance // Es ist Zeit zu tanzen».
The embarrassing embassy-top antennae
When granting state secret licence, Estonian authorities caution: better not send sensitive data via mobile phone.
27.02.2014, Sulev VedlerPM
Old Town human hunting: teens ambush lonely tourists, drunks
June will see release from prison of three youths who, last summer, organised a bona fide night time human hunt on drunken tourists and lonely strollers in Tallinn Old Town – the victims ambushed, attacked, beaten and robbed of valuables.
28.05.2013, Risto BerendsonPM
Gallery: Tallinn Old Town wall stones drop on car roof
In Müürivahe Street, Tallinn, stones came loose from the ancient town wall, landing on the roof of a car.