Hit plan let down by SMS
Estonian Imre Arakas, who is under constant police attention in Europe courtesy of his infamous reputation, was caught planning a professional hit in Ireland. He is believed to be connected to several contract killings abroad.
06.04.2017, Joosep VärkPM
Live broadcast: international cyber conflict conference CyCon 2016
8th International Conference on Cyber Conflict is held on 1-3 June 2016 in Tallinn, Estonia.
How to seize a tonne of drugs
A few days ago our public was witness to scenes as from an action movie – in private clothing, policemen stop a car in Järvevana Road, Tallinn and pull out the driver. In the other video, Spanish authorities raid a house in Alicante and, finding a man half naked, have him bite the dust.
29.03.2016, Helen MihelsonElu
Hispaania uus tõsielusari piilub kloostriellu
Hispaanias hakati tegema uut tõsielusarja, mis erineb seniolenutest märgatavalt, sest tegevus toimub katoliku kloostris.
25.01.2016, Inna-Katrin HeinPM
Estonian e-tiger lost its roar
At the beginning of the century, Estonia as e-state developed rapidly and received abundant praise in other places of the world. By now, the development tempo is substantially down and, rather, we come across as the laggard.
13.11.2015, Siiri LiivaPM
Hunting adviser: hunt no good to stop spread of fever
Environment ministry hunting adviser Tõnu Traks says it was no way African swine fever could have been slowed down by hunting wild swine once the hazard surfaced. To the contrary: Estonia opted, by banning driven hunt, to keep the beast in place where they were and thus granted farmers time to take needed measures in farms. Now, it is only the diligence of farmers that can keep fever off domestic swine.
27.08.2015, Kadri HansaluPM
Turkey draws shivering Estonians desperate for a tan
Alas, the weather hath turned terrible in Estonia this summer. The result is folks fleeing the country, seeking for sunshine elsewhere in Europe with Turkey topping the charts.
29.07.2015, Anette ParkseppPM
New head of Estonia's Viljandi Culture Academy comes from Spain
Inaki Sandoval Campillo from Spain was on Friday elected new head of the Viljandi Culture Academy of the University of Tartu subject to endorsement by the rector of the university.
Spanish Air Force takes over air policing duties at Amari
In a ceremony held at Amari Air Base in Estonia at noon on Friday, Spanish pilots and personnel took over the duties of guarding the airspace of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania from the air force of another NATO member Germany.
02.01.2015, News.postimees.ee / BNSPM
First two Spanish fighters land at Amari
Two fighter jets of the Spanish Air Force landed at the Amari air base in northwestern Estonia on Monday and another two are scheduled to reach Estonia on Tuesday to take part in the Baltic air policing mission as of January.
Meet Moonika – premiere next year, in Tallinn
The fist of 20 Tallinn trams Made in Spain was christened Moonika. Come 2015, she will be seen doing her test drives around town. Hopefully, February will see passengers hop aboard.
19.12.2014, Uwe GnadenteichPM
Helga Kalm: in the end, it was a close win for Abdul Turay
In the end, it was a close win for Abdul Turay, finds Helga Kalm, today's online-debate's umpire.
17.09.2014, Helga KalmPM
Ambassador attempting to land young Spaniards jobs in Estonia
For two long years, Spanish ambassador to Estonia Álvaro de la Riva Guzmán de Frutos has been in negotiations with entrepreneurs, social ministry and the job mobility network EURES, to enhance employment in Estonia for Spanish jobless youth.
26.05.2014, Kadri InselbergPM
Estonian president expresses condolences over Spanish train crash
Estonian President Toomas Hendrik Ilves sent a message of condolences to King Juan Carlos I of Spain over the tragic train crash.
Estonian formin offers condolences to Spanish colleague over rail disaster
Estonian Foreign Minister Urmas Paet sent a message of condolences to Spanish counterpart Jose Manuel Garcia-Margallo in connection with the devastating train crash Wednesday night.