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FrVehviläinen disappointed with decision to move CMC from Kuopio to Helsinki
FrFinnish economy grew by 2.8% in 2017, says Statistics Finland
FrYLE: Ex-Helsinki police officer arrested in connection with murder investigation
DoFinland opens registration for auction for 5G frequencies
DoHelsinki ranked fifth worldwide in terms of smart city governance
DoHS: Next week set to be the warmest of this summer
MiHundreds of Finns operate Online Casinos from Malta
MiRisikko: A complaint against committee chairperson is an exceptional measure
MiFinnair sets new monthly passenger record in June
DiHarkimo confirms intention to vote against care reform
DiPolar disables activity map feature over privacy concerns
DiHS: Finland to reinstate border controls for Trump-Putin summit
MoKiuru puzzled by accusations of fellow committee members
MoAlanko-Kahiluoto: Care reform unlikely to ever see light of day
MoVATT: Finnish job seekers are more willing to work part-time while unemployed
06.07.Government moves forward with plan to make laying off easier for small firms
06.07.Government abandons plan to make hiring under 30-year-olds on fixed terms easier
05.07.YLE: Finns Party gains popularity, Blue Reform slides further down in poll
05.07.Saarikko eager to make free birth control available to all young people in Finland
05.07.HS: Rinne is Finns' favourite to become prime minister
04.07.Uber returns to Finland
04.07.Häkkänen calls for abolition of special child marriage permits
04.07.1,000-2,000 police officers to be on security detail at Trump-Putin summit
04.07.SAK: Activation model has been particularly hard on ageing job seekers
03.07.Almost 80% of Finnish youth ready to move abroad for work, finds survey