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  • Moderate budget proposals on the cards today

    Delayed on arrivalNot much has been revealed about the proposal, but Wammen pointed to some of the agreements that have already been approved – such as the new Ukraine fund. Under normal circumstances, a budget is usually adopted at the end of the previous year. An agreement is typically concluded in November or December. But […]

  • Biden administration continues to cover up responsibility for destroying Nord Stream pipelines: Seymour Hersh

    Biden administration continues to cover up responsibility for destroying Nord Stream pipelines: Seymour Hersh

    After the recent visit of the German Chancellor Olaf Scholz In Washington, US and German intelligence services allegedly tried to spread false cover stories through the New York Times and Germany’s Die Zeit to counter the Hersh report. Since the Hersh bomb revelation, the Biden administration has gone to extremes, often re-revealing at great lengths […]

  • HS: Basic Finns and social democrats are behind the coalition

    HS: Basic Finns and social democrats are behind the coalition

    However, the right-wing opposition party has a 1.5-point lead over both the Basic Finns and the SDP. The support of basic Finns fell by 0.7 points to 19.3 percent between July 2022 and February 2023 after an improved opinion poll. Support for the Social Democrats, on the other hand, rose by 0.1 points to 19.3 […]

  • Fantastic cache of silver found in a snowy West Jutland field

    Fantastic cache of silver found in a snowy West Jutland field

    Time was running out for metal detectorist Kay Walton in a field in West Jutland. With Christmas just around the corner, it was surely only a matter of time before her location would be knee deep in snow. But then her apparatus beeped: she had just discovered a silver coin minted during the reign of […]

  • China’s espionage, data theft cause concern for Norway, Netherlands

    China’s espionage, data theft cause concern for Norway, Netherlands

    Oslo [Norway]March 21 (ANI): China’s “state-sponsored” hackers, who did contract work in the service of state espionage, and data theft have become the main problem for Norway and the Netherlands, according to an article on Portal Plus authored by Valerio Fabbri. The hackers use a sophisticated mix of social engineering techniques, including using dating sites, […]

  • Eva: The gender gap in party preferences has continued to grow in Finland

    Eva: The gender gap in party preferences has continued to grow in Finland

    Among the Basic Finns’ position, men make up about 70 percent and the coalition’s 60 percent, while women make up about two-thirds of the Greens and the left-wing coalition. The Center and the Social Democrats are the only two of the six largest parliamentary parties whose base is roughly evenly divided between men and women. […]

  • Trump claims he will be arrested

    Trump claims he will be arrested

    The former President of the United States writes on social media that he will be arrested on Tuesday. He urges his followers to protest against this. The background to this claim is likely information that a grand jury is expected to make a decision in the case involving ex-president and porn star Stormy Daniels. Is […]

  • 20 Lies About the Iraq War: Reflections on the 20th Anniversary

    20 Lies About the Iraq War: Reflections on the 20th Anniversary

    It is now widely accepted that there was no cooperation between Iraq and al-Qaeda in the 9/11 attacks. The commission’s September 11 report confirmed that there was no evidence of collusion between the two. Another lie was that Iraq was an immediate threat to the United States and that it had weapons of mass destruction. […]

  • How to deal with phone scams

    Today, most people use smartphones on a daily basis. Not only that, but their devices are connected to various other platforms like social media, email, various apps and so on and so forth. Since privacy isn’t really a thing these days, most of the information people have on their mobile devices is collected and distributed […]

  • Science Night LIVE!  Heureka celebrates the expertise of international researchers living and working in Finland

    Science Night LIVE! Heureka celebrates the expertise of international researchers living and working in Finland

    Funded by the Science Information and in cooperation with E2 Research, Haaga-Helia University of Applied Sciences and Heureka, the goal Science Night LIVE! is to support the media, decision-makers, companies and third sector organizations in finding the expertise of foreign researchers working in Finland. The event offers researchers opportunities for social engagement with the public […]

  • Ninth graders’ math skills have declined in part due to insufficient vocabulary

    Ninth graders’ math skills have declined in part due to insufficient vocabulary

    “When a math problem is presented verbally, you have to understand words like face, function, and probability just to understand the problem.” Jari Metsämuuronensenior assessment specialist from Karvi, comment For YLE on Thursday. In his opinion, educators should pay attention to the development of students’ vocabulary, also from the point of view of mathematics, from […]

  • YLE: Dispute over tuition fees for Kenyan students resolved

    YLE: Dispute over tuition fees for Kenyan students resolved

    – The students’ stay in Finland is secured, he assured. TAMK terminated its contract with Uasin Gishu County at the end of February, citing non-payment of tuition fees. Prokki revealed that the dispute concerns about a hundred nursing and physiotherapy students, whose future at the university of applied sciences was uncertain due to non-payment of […]

  • The study reveals a high level of support for supervised drug use rooms in Finland

    The study reveals a high level of support for supervised drug use rooms in Finland

    The report also emphasizes the need to get more information about the nature of addiction, as Finland is still one of the leading countries in Europe in terms of the number of young people who die from drug use. Acting Director of A-Clinic Foundation managing director, Hanna Paikkala, emphasizes that drug addiction is a disease […]

  • Finnish Fazer announces two rounds of negotiations in as many days

    The line would not only enable an increase in baking capacity, but also reduce the bakery’s total energy consumption and carbon dioxide emissions significantly. The negotiations concern a total of 218 people and some white-collar workers working in Lahti. Possible cuts are planned to be implemented in stages between 2023 and 2025. Fazer announced that […]

  • Gangs have become more common in Helsinki, the police say

    Gangs have become more common in Helsinki, the police say

    The forces have been linked to, among other things, drug, violence and traffic crimes. The activity of such gangs has increased, especially in the capital, and the police receive reports of key members almost daily. Such activity may have gone unnoticed by the general public Mark HeinikariDetective Chief of the Helsinki Police Department. He revealed […]

  • Finland’s dog population is 800,000

    Finland’s dog population is 800,000

    The study revealed that 81% of all Finnish dogs, i.e. 640,000, are purebred, of which 582,000 are registered in the Kennel Association or identification database. The number of purebred dogs registered with the Finnish Kennel Association is high by international standards, which shows that dog breeding and shows are popular in Finland. There are approximately […]

  • New report: Denmark’s air quality worst in the Nordics

    Not bad in comparison, thoughTo be fair, only six countries in the world – Australia, Estonia, Finland, Grenada, Iceland and New Zealand – have air quality that meets WHO standards. The silver lining is that Denmark is in 11th place in Europe and in the top 25 in the world, so it scores better than […]

  • A large drug organization uncovered in Åland, with a street value of 120,000 euros

    A large drug organization uncovered in Åland, with a street value of 120,000 euros

    The cooperation between Customs and the Åland Police Department began in 2022 to investigate the drug crime situation in Åland. During the cooperation, the customs authorities stopped a person arriving from Sweden to Åland in the port of Eckerö, where they confiscated approximately 2.9 kilograms of hashish found in the vehicle. An importer living in […]

  • A new study reveals the good and bad sides of Finland’s international talents: Challenges and opportunities for integration and retention

    A new study reveals the good and bad sides of Finland’s international talents: Challenges and opportunities for integration and retention

    The study also highlights the importance of social networks in helping international talents in their job search, as every fourth employed person or job seeker receives job information from friends. In addition, families of foreign talent have adaptation challenges, of which 67% find it difficult to adapt to Finnish life due to job search challenges. […]

  • Childless employees face discrimination when planning vacations, says a study

    Childless employees face discrimination when planning vacations, says a study

    In the study, approximately 570 voluntarily and involuntarily childless persons were interviewed in order to find out their experiences of workplace discrimination. It revealed that 60% of involuntarily childless respondents have experienced holiday and shift discrimination. A third of the respondents reported that they had experienced discrimination related to infertility or fertility treatments in the […]

  • How much tax do you get back?

    1 May deadline for changesOnce in, users can make changes to their Annual Statement until May 1 – something around 750,000 people have already done, although it’s only been available since Friday. The Tax Agency revealed yesterday that the changes the public have been particularly interested in are: – ‘Driving deduction‘: the deduction for journeys […]

  • There is strong support for the general income and social security reform of Finnish workers in the survey

    There is strong support for the general income and social security reform of Finnish workers in the survey

    This model would provide an income support system for those who are not members of the unemployment fund. The remaining 34% have a negative attitude towards this model. By Mikael Pentikäinen, CEO of Suomen Yrittäjie, the general income security system is justice. “It is wrong that income security is not available to all those who […]

  • Thomas G:son about Carola, the TV coup and the family tragedy

    Thomas G:son about Carola, the TV coup and the family tragedy

    Thomas G:son is the songwriter who had the most entries in Melodifestivalen, 69 songs. He has won the competition three times, among others with Carola and the song “Evighet” in 2006. For Carolina Norén, Thomas reveals that from the beginning both Sanna Nielsen and Sonja Aldén sang on the demo version, Carola only came into […]

  • Why the mafia believes in Denmark. And how Denmark has made them a fortune

    Reading the news in Denmark is a more cheerful affair than in many countries. Topping happiness metrics, winning the handball, overcoming inequality: it’s all rosy here – not rotten at all. It can also sometimes feel just a little boring. Morten Beiter, the author of ‘Mafiaen Kommer’, a book warning of the Italian mafia’s tentacular […]

  • Futures Barometer 2023: Finns’ unwavering confidence in the future in the midst of crises

    Futures Barometer 2023: Finns’ unwavering confidence in the future in the midst of crises

    The survey also revealed that young people in particular have strong faith in the future, and 91 percent of them are interested in it. However, the share of respondents who are excited about the future has decreased, and one in five respondents said they look forward to the future and see a lot of opportunities […]

  • Moscow reveals Nord Stream’s stonewalling – officially

    Moscow reveals Nord Stream’s stonewalling – officially

    Russia’s communications with EU nations on North Stream sabotage will be published, senior diplomat Dmitry Polyansky has promised Russia intends to share with the UN Security Council the exchanges it had with Germany, Denmark and Sweden regarding sabotage of the Nord Stream pipelines, a senior Russian diplomat has revealed. Moscow is trying to push its […]

  • Moscow will expose Nord Stream’s stonewalling official

    Moscow will expose Nord Stream’s stonewalling official

    Russia’s communications with EU nations on North Stream sabotage will be published, senior diplomat Dmitry Polyansky has promised Russia intends to share with the UN Security Council the exchanges it had with Germany, Denmark and Sweden regarding sabotage of the Nord Stream pipelines, a senior Russian diplomat has revealed. Moscow is trying to push its […]

  • Almost half of the board positions in Finnish listed companies are filled by women, but additional measures are needed

    Almost half of the board positions in Finnish listed companies are filled by women, but additional measures are needed

    For several years, the Central Chamber of Commerce has monitored the number of women on the boards of listed companies based on the composition of the boards appointed at the general meetings. When looking at the statistics of 2022 and all listed companies, almost half of the companies already meet the gender equality goal. Of […]

  • Most doctors are not aware of patient injury reporting processes in their workplace

    Most doctors are not aware of patient injury reporting processes in their workplace

    According to PVK’s remuneration manager Elina Muukkonen, healthcare professionals do not need to know when a patient injury may be eligible for compensation. If the patient suspects damage, he can seek help from the healthcare patient advocate, and the reporting process removes the issue from the daily life of the patient and the healthcare unit. […]

  • Screen time on the rise: Finnish youth spend late evenings in front of screens

    Screen time on the rise: Finnish youth spend late evenings in front of screens

    The study also showed that boys and men spent more time on computers and gaming than girls and women, while girls and women were more active on social media. In addition, social media has become increasingly popular among all age groups, as almost everyone under 45 uses social media and 85% of those over 65 […]

  • Satellite images reveal Russia’s activities on an island in the Gulf of Finland

    Satellite images reveal Russia’s activities on an island in the Gulf of Finland

    The activity is not an increased threat to Finland’s security, the foreign policy expert says.

  • Finns’ interest in climate action is waning, says a study

    Finns’ interest in climate action is waning, says a study

    Another sign of waning public interest in climate action is that the share of people who think action to curb climate change is urgently needed has fallen from 83 percent to 72 percent during the election season. Kantar Public collected a survey from 1,043 people from different parts of the country on behalf of the […]

  • Emily in Paris becomes Collins in Copenhagen

    Emily in Paris becomes Collins in Copenhagen

    Lily Collins, the star of the Netflix hit series ‘Emily in Paris’, has bought a property in Copenhagen. Located on Eckersbergsgade on Østerbro, which can be found in the wealthy Kartoffelräckerne quarter, it is barely 100 meters from the largest of Copenhagen’s lakes. It is believed that the daughter of Phil Collins and her husband, […]

  • Norse gods older than once thought

    Runes on an ancient golden decorative plate are now the first known mention of Odin, the king of the Nordic gods – i.e. 150 years earlier than previously thought. The golden ‘bracteate’ is part of a huge archaeological feature which was revealed two years ago by amateurs Jørgen Antonsen and Ole Schytz. The collection, known […]

  • Apartment prices have returned to the pre-pandemic level, says OP’s economist

    Apartment prices have returned to the pre-pandemic level, says OP’s economist

    Among Finland’s largest cities, prices fell the most in Oulu, Helsinki and Vantaa, and the least in Tampere and Turku. “As expected, the fall in apartment prices continued in January. The decline has now wiped out the gains made during the coronavirus pandemic, and the decline is likely to continue in the coming months. tweeted […]

  • Long covid linked to air pollution exposure in young adults – new study

    Long covid linked to air pollution exposure in young adults – new study

    Although covid-19 infections are usually less severe in young adults, this does not mean that they are not still at risk of complications from covid-19. For example around one in 25 adults over 16 have reported suffering from prolonged covid-19 symptoms after their first infection. For some, these symptoms lasted almost two years. While we […]

  • The state will apologize for violence, sexual assault and forced castration in nursing homes

    Earlier today, Minister of Social Affairs and Housing Pernille Rosenkrantz-Theil announced that an apology will be given by the state for assaults committed in care homes, reports DR. The offenses took place between 1933 and 1980 in the sector once known as ‘care for the special and mentally retarded’. The proposed apology follows a government […]

  • Agnes Wold: Basically all people have herpes

    Agnes Wold: Basically all people have herpes

    Agnes Wold, professor of clinical bacteriology, tackles contemporary health issues together with program leader Christer Lundberg. Agnes Wold about the mouth and dental health: The bacteria that give you bad breath and if your tongue scratches can help. And therefore you cannot detect a disease by looking at someone’s tongue. And then Agnes surprises host […]

  • Roundup: European experts question unusual silence over Nord Stream blasts

    BERLIN, March 6 (Xinhua) — Despite their own heavy losses, European countries — especially Germany — have unanimously remained silent on the explosions that destroyed the Nord Stream 1 and 2 pipelines last September and subsequent investigations. Since veteran investigative journalist Seymour Hersh revealed the US Navy’s involvement in the explosions at the US portal […]

  • European experts question unusual silence over Nord Stream explosions

    European experts question unusual silence over Nord Stream explosions

    © Provided by Xinhua Germany, has been particularly affected by the energy crisis due to the cessation of gas supplies from Russia. However, the country’s government, like its allies, has refrained from talking about the explosions publicly. BERLIN, March 6 (Xinhua) — Despite their own heavy losses, European countries — especially Germany — have unanimously […]

  • The language election machine opens to voters: Concern about the status of national languages

    The language election machine opens to voters: Concern about the status of national languages

    The platform also shows the differences between candidate and user responses. Users can also browse the candidates’ answers and their language policy promises without even answering the questions. The platform can be used in Finnish and Swedish at kielivaalikone.fi and valkompassomsprak.fi, respectively. The Kielivaalikone project is run by the non-partisan language advocacy group Oma kieli […]

  • Family reunited after two centuries apart – proof of the transformative qualities of time in the world of art

    Only recently, Prince Philip was reburied to lie next to his wife, Queen Elizabeth II of Great Britain, at Windsor Castle. In a temporary tomb, he was the queen’s last in waiting. It’s common enough for spouses to be reunited in the grave, and sometimes it can take ages – in the case of author […]

  • A new fitness supplement: SARMs

    Products such as protein powders and creatine supplements are popular among fitness and bodybuilding enthusiasts. They improve the development of muscles and help them recover faster after a workout. In recent years, supplements known as Selective Androgen Receptor Modulators, or SARMs for short, have become increasingly popular among people involved in various types of training […]

  • 15-year-olds report that they have experienced stress due to poverty, reveals a study

    15-year-olds report that they have experienced stress due to poverty, reveals a study

    The young people’s responses surprised the researchers, who said they were shocked by how many young people, regardless of gender, wrote about their inability to spend like their peers. Most of the essays also mentioned energy costs and inflation. More than half of the young people wrote about poverty-related stress, which was alarming. Even more […]

  • A sharp rise in psychiatric diagnoses among young people after the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic

    A sharp rise in psychiatric diagnoses among young people after the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic

    The nationwide registry study examined the use of specialized medical care by all 0-17-year-olds living in Finland from January 2017 to September 2021. The researchers analyzed diagnoses of psychiatric and neurocognitive disorders in specialized medical care according to gender, age, and place of residence. . In the study, the number of diagnoses received by children […]

  • Saunas reopen at public pools tomorrow

    Not back in full forceThe municipality also revealed that despite the reopening, the ongoing war in Ukraine and the supply chain situation means that circumstances are tenuous. This means that there may still be shorter periods when the saunas are closed due to energy savings. The municipality estimates that around 340,000 kWh of electricity has […]

  • Hungary wants answers: Demands a UN investigation into the Nord Stream pipeline attack

    Hungary wants answers: Demands a UN investigation into the Nord Stream pipeline attack

    According to Hersh’s sources, the explosives were planted by US Navy divers in June 2022 under the guise of NATO’s BALTOPS 22 exercise and detonated three months later by a remote signal from a sonar buoy. One source told Hersh that the plotters knew the covert operation was “an act of war,” and some in […]

  • KFTS – Holistic approach to teaching acting that provides a strong psychological foundation

    KFTS – Holistic approach to teaching acting that provides a strong psychological foundation

    The secret to being successful in Denmark is to never tell anyone that you are busy, confides Stuart Lynch, the tireless head of school for KFTS (Københavns Film & Teaterskole/Københavns Film & Teaterskole/Københavns Film & Teaterskole). A resident of Copenhagen since the early 1990s, the appointment of the half-Australian, half-British theater artist as the prestigious […]

  • Research reveals a psychedelic drug that reduces long-term anxiety and depression

    Research reveals a psychedelic drug that reduces long-term anxiety and depression

    The researchers used machine learning to analyze data from nearly 1,000 survey respondents about their past non-clinical experiences with psychedelic drug use. According to the results, people who scored highest on questionnaires assessing the mystical and insightful nature of their experiences reported sustained improvements in their anxiety and depression symptoms. The analysis also suggests that […]

  • HS: The housing market has slowed down strongly in Tampere, Turku

    HS: The housing market has slowed down strongly in Tampere, Turku

    The Tampere newspaper pointed out in its report that the number of new apartment sales was also affected by the fact that some of the houses completed last year had already been sold in 2021. A total of 4,377 new apartments were completed in Tampere in 2022, of which 3,487 are vacant apartments. Markku RiihimäkiThe […]

  • Refugees from Ukraine are at risk of falling into poverty in neighboring countries, a study reveals

    Refugees from Ukraine are at risk of falling into poverty in neighboring countries, a study reveals

    The report found that refugees do not receive enough income and support to meet their basic needs, with 68 percent of respondents saying they cannot afford essentials such as food, water, clothing, shelter and healthcare. Mothers of children, pensioners, the disabled and those without regular income face the most financial pressure. The most common negative […]

  • Former defense minister charged (again) with revealing state secrets

    Claus Hjort Frederiksen, Minister of Defense from 2016 to 2019, was yesterday charged with sharing state secrets. The 75-year-old retired member of the Liberal Party has pleaded not guilty. “It is, of course, serious when highly classified information – which is protected by a confidentiality policy and which is crucial for the intelligence service’s work […]

  • When Pedro Pascal wins his EMMY, he better remember to thank Denmark!

    Everyone is talking about Pedro Pascal. Men want him, women want him in bed, kids want him to be their father – it’s amazing what the right role can do for an actor. Almost a decade ago, he landed a key role in Game of Thrones, which was then the world’s biggest TV series, followed […]

  • Finland will reveal a possible tank delivery to Ukraine on Thursday

    Finland will reveal a possible tank delivery to Ukraine on Thursday

    Finland’s contribution is not expected to be large, as the Leopard tanks are important for its own defense.

  • Consumer discount on the cards? State audit uncovers major discrepancies with the way Danish energy is delivered

    A new report by the State Auditors reveals that between 2018 and 2021, Danish energy companies overcharged consumers by DKK 61.8 million – and that this may be the tip of the iceberg. Commissioned by the National Audit Office, the State Auditors’ report has only assessed the activities of 76 of the company’s 600 energy […]

  • Haavisto welcomes the review of the decision to grant Timchenkos citizenship

    Haavisto welcomes the review of the decision to grant Timchenkos citizenship

    Helsingin Sanomat on Tuesday was revealed that the Ministry of the Interior intends to review the application process for Timchenko’s entire family. According to Finnish reports, it was possible to make exceptions for both Timchenko and his daughter. Ksenia Frank. Helsingin Sanomat on Friday wrote Frank was granted citizenship in a seemingly extraordinary process only […]

  • Ex-minister charged with revealing state secrets

    Ex-minister charged with revealing state secrets

    The case involves joint spying operations by US and Danish intelligence services, which reportedly eavesdropped on Western leaders Denmark’s former defense minister Claus Hjort Frederiksen has been charged with leaking state secrets, after claiming that Danish military intelligence worked with the US National Security Agency (NSA) to spy on a number of foreign officials, including […]

  • Culture Round-Up: Bollywood and bhajis on the beach under a bombardment of colors

    As a way to encourage the gray days to give way to sunnier skies, and our dark attire to make way for lighter shades, a savior returns to Copenhagen in April. The Hindu Swayamsevak Sangh (HSS-DK), the organizer of last August’s well-attended Indian Vegetarian Food Festival, is hitting up Østerbro once again, this time to […]

  • YLE: The majority of Finnish parties are ready to join NATO before Sweden, if necessary

    YLE: The majority of Finnish parties are ready to join NATO before Sweden, if necessary

    The Center, the Christian Democrats, the Fundamental Finns, Movement Now and Kokoomus considered that Finland should join the alliance before its western neighbor if necessary. Conversely, the Left Alliance was the only party that expressed its categorical opposition to joining ahead of Sweden. The Greens, the Social Democrats and the Swedish People’s Party refused to […]

  • YLE publishes a search engine for schools that arouses criticism

    YLE publishes a search engine for schools that arouses criticism

    Honkonen, on the other hand, questioned the ethics of publishing the search engine. Helsingin Sanomat on Sunday reported that researchers have both welcomed the debate the publication sparked and condemned its racist nature. Emilia PalonenA senior researcher in political science at the University of Helsinki said that the way the ministers have criticized the public […]

  • Finland is launching the cyber citizen project, the aim of which is to teach EU citizens important cyber security skills

    Finland is launching the cyber citizen project, the aim of which is to teach EU citizens important cyber security skills

    The goal of the Cyber ​​Citizen Project is to create a learning portal that contains content aimed at citizens, taking into account different target groups. The portal offers educational and communication elements that improve citizens’ ability to operate safely in the digital world. As part of the project, a game is also being developed that […]

  • A new medication offers a promising treatment option for advanced melanoma patients

    A new medication offers a promising treatment option for advanced melanoma patients

    However, a Finnish study revealed that patients who do not benefit from T-cell activation treatments do not have the right type of T-cells to attack cancer cells. The new therapy must utilize other parts of the immune system, such as natural killer cells or NK cells, which help recognize cancer cells that have evaded T […]

  • We know that about the ex-servicemen arrested by Säpo

    We know that about the ex-servicemen arrested by Säpo

    On a Monday in February, an attack is made in a villa idyll. Personnel from Säpo and Must have collaborated in an investigation into an odd crime. – There were efforts that were carried out in the Stockholm area, where two people were picked up for questioning and a number of house searches were carried […]

  • World Insights: The US is the world’s biggest spy power

    World Insights: The US is the world’s biggest spy power

    © Provided by Xinhua Living up to the epithet “surveillance empire,” the United States has for decades conducted indiscriminate mass surveillance of foreign governments, corporations, and individuals as well as its own citizens. BEIJING, Feb. 17 (Xinhua) — A completely harmless, unmanned civilian airship has been caught in the crosshairs in the latest anti-China stunt […]

  • Russia approves sale of IKEA factories – officially

    Russia approves sale of IKEA factories – officially

    The facilities will be acquired by two local buyers, the deputy trade minister has said A Russian government commission has approved the sale of Swedish furniture maker IKEA’s factories in Russia to two local buyers, Deputy Industry and Trade Minister Viktor Jevtuhov told Izvestia newspaper on Thursday. The three factories will be acquired by Russian […]

  • Purra of the Basic Finns is the only party leader who is ready to postpone the goal of carbon neutrality

    Purra of the Basic Finns is the only party leader who is ready to postpone the goal of carbon neutrality

    “Threshold Questions [for coalition co-operation] will naturally be resolved in the negotiation phase, he answered the question whether the opposition party could join the government coalition committed to the current goal. He also expressed opposition to the idea of ​​taking action to meet the EU Biodiversity Strategy and the Kunming-Montreal Global Biodiversity Framework’s goal of […]

  • COVID-19 infection increases risk of diabetes: Study

    COVID-19 infection increases risk of diabetes: Study

    The trend, Kwan says, is worrisome because most people in the United States will eventually experience infection with COVID-19. “This study will help us better understand—and better prepare for—the post-COVID-19 era of cardiovascular risk,” Kwan said. The findings, published today in JAMA Network Open, also suggest that the risk of type 2 diabetes appears to […]

  • Most do not trust Efling relationships

    Most do not trust Efling relationships

    Half of citizens believe Efling union representatives have done a bad job in the ongoing pay dispute. The greatest animosity towards Efling was observed among voters of the Independence Party and the Progress Party and among those with the highest salaries in the country. This has been revealed in a new survey by the Maskína […]

  • The word cool is no longer cool

    The word cool is no longer cool

    – The worst thing I know is when adults use the word cringe, says Belmin Nuhic23, presenter at Juniornyheterna. He explains that no young person uses the words, cringe, cool or swag anymore and explains what the more viable words gähda, ströga and ajde mean. Many of the words young people use today come from […]

  • More young people on antidepressants

    Education and background Psychoanaleptics are used to treat depression and ADHD, but also dementia. This is probably why the age group 80+ had the highest proportion (over 20 percent) of people on psychoanaleptics. The figures also showed that ethnic Danes were more likely to be on psychoanaleptics than groups with an ethnic background other than […]

  • Confectionery sales increase, fruit and vegetable sales decrease as the economy slows down

    Confectionery sales increase, fruit and vegetable sales decrease as the economy slows down

    SOK’s parent organization S group has revealed that its operating result improved by 16 percent from the previous year to 325 million euros in 2022. The improvement was driven especially by the recovery of the hotel and restaurant business, but the trend in the Grocery business was the opposite, and the result fell by 40 […]

  • Early indicators suggest that the Danish economy flourished in 2022

    Full figures on February 28The figures revealed that several sectors saw a decline, particularly in trade, finance and insurance. Statistics Denmark will reveal a more comprehensive national account on 28 February, and it will be revised in the following weeks. The news comes just days after the shipping giant Maersk broke the national profit record.

  • Reserve Bank renovation well overdue

    Reserve Bank renovation well overdue

    There is no doubt that the Coalition-stacked Reserve Bank needs a deep clean-up, hopefully including an updated, more democratic selection process, writes Lachlan Newland. TREASURER JIM CHALMERS have promised reform from the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA). This is hardly surprising as every current board member is a coalition appointee. Politicians often talk about interest […]

  • YLE: Migri’s arguments about deporting parents have no legal basis, experts say

    YLE: Migri’s arguments about deporting parents have no legal basis, experts say

    The report is based on an analysis of the decision related to the residence permit application of approximately 500 parents of Finnish children born abroad. Almost a third of the applications were rejected. Finland’s public broadcasting company wrote that the decisions seem to place less emphasis on the interests of the child than on previous […]

  • US blew up Nord Stream pipeline in covert operation, says top investigative journalist

    US blew up Nord Stream pipeline in covert operation, says top investigative journalist

    Washington [US]February 11 (ANI): American investigative journalist and political writer Seymour Hersh claimed that the bombing of the Nord Stream undersea gas pipelines in September 2022 was carried out by the US in a covert operation, according to the results of his investigation published in Substack. Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Hersh noted that the decision to […]

  • I-League: Real Kashmir is home to host NEROCA FC

    I-League: Real Kashmir is home to host NEROCA FC

    Srinagar (Jammu and Kashmir) [India]February 11 (ANI): Real Kashmir FC are at home after a series of away matches and they are also back in winning ways in I-League 2022-23. The away games did not go well, which eventually led to the resignation of their coach Mehrajuddin Wadoo. New coach Gifton Noel-Williams started with an […]

  • Studies suggest that antibody therapy can be used to treat liver disease

    Studies suggest that antibody therapy can be used to treat liver disease

    Solna [Sweden]Feb 11 (ANI): There is currently no medicine available to treat non-alcoholic liver disease, which affects many type 2 diabetes patients and can progress to more serious liver disease. A therapeutic alternative for the treatment of fatty liver has been identified in a study led by Karolinska Institutet researchers. The study, published in the […]

  • The cigar club

    The cigar club

    Together with P4 Blekinge, Kaliber can reveal what experts consider to be friendship corruption and bribery. Karlskrona municipality’s procurement manager, together with a middle manager with major responsibility for bridge repairs and a manager at a company that carries out bridge repairs for the municipality, have been in the same cigar club and partying together, […]

  • New study reveals the cause of frequent brain disease

    Solution on the wayTina Nørgaard Munch treats patients with hydrocephalus on a daily basis and realized that not everyone received the same treatment for the condition. The neurosurgeon works to better understand the mechanics of the disorder with a view to improving and developing a universal treatment in the future. Munch believes that adapting the […]

  • They want to ban fish farming

    They want to ban fish farming

    The assessment of fish farming in aquaculture carried out by the National Audit Office revealed significant legal violations in this sector. Therefore, the Landvernd wants to prohibit further development of farming on the country’s coasts, at least until the regulations are changed. According to the recommendations, a thorough assessment of the impact of aquaculture on […]

  • Book circle: Kerstin Ekman’s “Händelser vid vatten” highly topical again through the TV series

    Book circle: Kerstin Ekman’s “Händelser vid vatten” highly topical again through the TV series

    In Lundström’s Book Radio you can hear the actor Marie Goranzon and the comedian and actor Olof Wretling in the book circle we did a couple of years ago about the novel: How do they read “Händelser vid vatten”? There were three programs then in 2020, but now we get to hear a new, shorter […]

  • Top Five English-Language Theater Track Fans

    Top Five English-Language Theater Track Fans

    It has been an exceptional year for the English-language theater in Copenhagen, not least thanks to two very significant landmarks: the ruby ​​jubilee of Crazy Christmas Cabaret and the silver jubilee of the creation of That Theater Company. It is therefore fitting that their founders, Vivienne McKee and Ian Burns respectively, have been nominated for […]

  • Research: Finnish is taught to many children unnecessarily as a second language

    Research: Finnish is taught to many children unnecessarily as a second language

    In his research, Ståhlberg compared the reading skills and comprehension of children studying Finnish as a second language (S2) and those studying it as their mother tongue (S1). The study revealed that about a fifth of the children studying it as a second language were better able to read and understand a Finnish text than […]

  • Haavisto: Finland and Sweden continue their journey to NATO

    Haavisto: Finland and Sweden continue their journey to NATO

    Last week, Turkey broke off tripartite talks on Finland’s and Sweden’s membership applications in response to the burning of a Koran outside its embassy in Stockholm. Rasmus Paluda, a Danish-Swedish far-right decision-maker. Helsingin sanomat newspaper was revealed Last week, the decision-maker received support for his protest Chang Fricka Swedish journalist who has collaborated with an […]

  • The Helsinki court convicted two journalists of revealing national secrets

    The Helsinki court convicted two journalists of revealing national secrets

    Tuomo Pietiläinenthe reporter who was primarily responsible for the story was fined 50 days. Laura Halminenanother reporter mentioned in the byline, was not convicted because of his lesser role. “The other journalist had a clearly smaller role than his colleague and had sought to ensure that the publication was legal. The district court refrained from […]

  • 457: This is how Kristersson is affected by PM’s eel mess

    457: This is how Kristersson is affected by PM’s eel mess

    Prime Minister Ulf Kristersson’s state secretary PM Nilsson has been in trouble since it was revealed that he poached eels and also lied to the police about this. On his Facebook page, Nilsson announced on Thursday that he is leaving his post in the government office. “I understand how inappropriate it was to fish for […]

  • Cancer cells can change their size to survive drugs, research reveals

    Cancer cells can change their size to survive drugs, research reveals

    Researchers believe that smaller cells may be more vulnerable to DNA-damaging agents such as chemotherapy combined with targeted drugs, while larger cancer cells may respond better to immunotherapy. The study was published in the journal Science Advances. It combined innovative high-performance image analysis with the study of DNA and proteins to study the size control […]

  • Traffic pollution affects brain function: Research

    Traffic pollution affects brain function: Research

    “For many decades, researchers believed that the brain could be protected from the harmful effects of air pollution,” said senior researcher Dr. Chris Carlsten, professor and director of respiratory medicine and Canada Research Director for Occupational and Environmental Lung Diseases at UBC. “This study, which is the first of its kind in the world, provides […]

  • The court convicted two journalists of HS for revealing state secrets

    The court convicted two journalists of HS for revealing state secrets

    One of the defendants was fined for publishing an article about the intelligence agency in 2017, while charges against a third journalist were dropped.

  • Savola: Finland participates in the international supply of tanks to Ukraine

    Savola: Finland participates in the international supply of tanks to Ukraine

    “Finland’s contribution cannot be too great in light of our defense capabilities. We are not yet a member of NATO, and we cannot compromise on our own defense, Savola said. He estimates that Finland could offer training and maintenance services to Ukraine in addition to tanks. Although decisions on the details of the support package […]

  • Swedbank’s former CEO is acquitted of the charges of gross fraud

    Swedbank’s former CEO is acquitted of the charges of gross fraud

    Birgitte Bonnesen, former CEO of Swedbank, is acquitted of the charges of gross fraud, alternatively gross market manipulation, and unauthorized disclosure of insider information. Almost four years ago, the SVT program Uppdrag gränskning revealed that Swedbank had let through suspected money laundering transactions worth SEK 40 billion. Hear the verdict and analysis by economic commentator […]

  • Parents are advised to limit their children’s intake of organic eggs following the discovery of PFAS

    Parents are advised to limit their children’s intake of organic eggs following the discovery of PFAS

    You couldn’t really make it up: for a long time now, the perceived wisdom has been that eating caged eggs is a bad choice for society, to the extent that today they are frowned upon, some supermarkets have stopped selling them altogether , and the Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Fisheries wants to phase them […]

  • Why can’t the West agree on how much military aid to send to Ukraine?

    Why can’t the West agree on how much military aid to send to Ukraine?

    German Chancellor Olaf Scholz has been under enormous pressure to deliver Leopard tanks to Ukraine. The government in Kyiv has long argued it desperately needs them to retake territory seized by Russia in its 2022 invasion, and to protect the rest of Ukraine from the Kremlin’s looming spring offensive. So far, Berlin has refused, and […]

  • Spotify announces plans to lay off 6% of workforce

    Spotify announces plans to lay off 6% of workforce

    Spotify CEO Daniel Ek announced Monday that the company plans to lay off about 6% of its workforce, or roughly 600 employees. The cuts are a result of financial challenges, according to Ek. The Swedish media streaming giant is one of the largest providers of its kind. Founded in 2006 by Ek and Martin Lorentzon, […]

  • Condemned Estonia ferry was unseaworthy, no signs of explosion, new sonar reveals

    Condemned Estonia ferry was unseaworthy, no signs of explosion, new sonar reveals

    Monday is the first time investigators have suggested the ship was unseaworthy when it left Tallinn on that stormy night in late September 1994.

  • Trkiye cancels the visit of the NATO hope’s defense minister

    Trkiye cancels the visit of the NATO hope’s defense minister

    The move comes after a picture of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan was hung in the Swedish capital Ankara has canceled the planned visit of Swedish Defense Minister Pal Jonson, his Turkish counterpart, Hulusi Akar, revealed on Saturday. The move comes after members of the Kurdish community held an anti-Turkish protest in Stockholm. “At this point, […]

  • Trkiye cancels the visit of the NATO hope’s defense minister

    Trkiye cancels the visit of the NATO hope’s defense minister

    The move comes after a picture of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan was hung in the Swedish capital Ankara has canceled the planned visit of Swedish Defense Minister Pal Jonson, his Turkish counterpart, Hulusi Akar, revealed on Saturday. The move comes after members of the Kurdish community held an anti-Turkish protest in Stockholm. “At this point, […]

  • Trkiye cancels visit of defense minister from NATO hopeful

    Trkiye cancels visit of defense minister from NATO hopeful

    The move comes after a picture of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan was hung in the Swedish capital Ankara has canceled the planned visit of Swedish Defense Minister Pal Jonson, his Turkish counterpart, Hulusi Akar, revealed on Saturday. The move comes after members of the Kurdish community held an anti-Turkish protest in Stockholm. “At this point, […]

  • Fluorescence, your name is woman!  Men are more likely to cycle without lights

    Fluorescence, your name is woman! Men are more likely to cycle without lights

    Women are better than men – half the population already knew that. Or rather, they are less reckless, less selfish, less likely to cause a head-on bicycle collision on a moonless night in Christiania and less likely to consider 49 kroner for a set of bicycle lights daylight robbery at midnight in the center of […]