Finland Times

Monday, 24 November, 2014
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Ex-Nokia region looks to eco-industrial future
Alleged family killings raise concern over child protection
Sociability, functionality influence children’s internet use: Study
Savonlinna still suffers from water crisis
Ville Lang wins Scottish Open badminton
Christmas Street opens in Helsinki
Country’s population stands at 5,470,437
Accomodation in Rovaniemi centre

Alleged family killings raise concern over child protection
The killing of two under school age children allegedly by their mother in Kuopio, east central Finland, has again raised concern over the lack of resources of the ... details
Savonlinna still suffers from water crisis
  Although the damaged water pipeline in Savonlinna has been repaired, problem in water supply persists in most areas of the city, said engineers and the water supply authorities.      Sources said ... details
Ex-Nokia region looks to eco-industrial future
  Located just two hours northwest of the Finnish capital Helsinki, the Tampere region is perhaps best known for its associations with the once-storied mobile phone maker Nokia. The former phone ... details
Sociability, functionality influence children’s internet use: Study
  Sociability and functionality play important roles in children’s use of internet, says a doctoral dissertation submitted to the University of Jyväskylä.   In the past, children played with dolls, played tag, ... details
Ville Lang wins Scottish Open badminton
  Ville Lang has won the Scottish Open Badminton Championship held in Glasgow on Sunday.   He defeated Taiwanese Tzu Wei Wang by 17-21, 22-20, 21-16 sets in the final of the tournament.    The ... details
The endgame of the US ‘Islamic State’ strategy
By Nicola Nasser, November 12, 2014
Canada and the War on Terror: The Ottawa Shootings, What Really Happened?
Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya writes in Global Research, Oct 26
Has the crown been lost?
By Professor Abdul Mannan, Oct 18
No special treatment for wind turbine noise
Mark Waller and Paula Mannonen write in Focus Newsletter, Nov 18
No fears of Ebola epidemic in Finland
Paula Mannonen & Mark Waller write in Focus Newsletter, Nov 5, 2014
IPCC: Climate change heading towards irreversible consequences
Nov 5, 2014
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