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Exclusive! 11-year-old Scandinavian violinist Estella Elisheva acknowledges Estonian theatres

OHMYGOSSIP – Estella Elisheva is an 11-year-old girl from Tallinn who already knows today that in the future she will become a violinist. “I am very fond of music, especially classical music,” tells the young music friend from Tallinn Jewish

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Chancellor of Justice (Sweden, Finland, Estonia) – History and Duties

NordenBladet – The Chancellor of Justice is a government official found in some northern European countries, broadly responsible for supervising the lawfulness of government actions. History In 1713, the Swedish King Charles XII, preoccupied with fighting the Great Northern War,

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Estonian defense chief Riho Terras: Women can serve in all defense force roles

NordenBladet – Women can serve in all roles in the Estonian Defence Forces (EDF), Commander of the Estonian Defence Forces Gen. Riho Terras said on Thursday (01.March). “Estonia is too small to leave half of our population out of national

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Time left until March 31 to update Estonian ID cards’ digital certificates

NordenBladet – If you haven’t updated your ID card’s digital certificates yet, you have until Mar. 31 to do so. After that, the certificates will be deleted, and the your card can’t be used for digital identification anymore. So far

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Estonia expecting €15 million in extra tax income from immigration growth

NordenBladet – According to the calculations of the Ministry of the Interior, approximately €15 million per year in tax income could be expected due to alleviation measures on immigration restrictions approved by the government at the beginning of February. The

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Rain Rosimannus doesn’t have to pay Autorollo damages, court rules

NordenBladet – Tallinn Circuit Court on Friday made a decision in a civil dispute related to the Autorollo bankruptcy case for a second time, finding that there are no grounds to claim damages related to the road haulage firm’s bankruptcy

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Kadri Simson: Free public transport on county lines is expected to enter into force on July 1, 2018

NordenBladet – According to Minister of Economic Affairs and Infrastructure Kadri Simson (Center), free public transport on county bus lines in Estonia will enter into effect as of July 1, daily Eesti PĂ€evaleht reports. The minister told the newspaper that

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BIG GALLERY! Republic of Estonia 100. Flag hoisting ceremony on February 24, 2018

NordenBladet – The first festive event of the 100th anniversary of the Republic of Estonia was hoisting the flag on the Pikk Hermann tower on Tallinn’s Toompea Hill at sunrise. Every day, the Estonian flag is hoisted at sunrise, and

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First book of Estonia 100 series introduced – Laar and Hiio introduced the first book on Monday at the Apollo cinema in Tallinn’s Solaris center

NordenBladet – The series of 44 books on a wide range of different topics will eventually provide a broad overview of the first century of Estonian statehood. The first two books revisit the history of the Estonian state and were

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Estonian cinematographer Mart Taniel wins American Society of Cinematographers’ Spotlight award

NordenBladet – Estonian cinematographer Mart Taniel won the American Society of Cinematographers’ Spotlight award for his work on Rainer Sarnet’s 2017 film November. Spotlight is the ASC’s award for professionals from outside the United States. Other nominees included MĂĄtĂ© Herbai

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Compilation of biographies featuring judges and prosecutors is ready for readers

NordenBladet — The compilation titled “Kohtunikud, kohtu-uurijad ja prokurörid 1918–1940” (Judges, Court Investigators and Prosecutors 1918–1940) will be given as a present by the Supreme Court and the Office of the Prosecutor General to a hundred libraries and information centres,

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Supreme Court declares excessive bailiffs’ fees invalid

NordenBladet — By the decision of 25 January, the Supreme Court declared the fee rates stipulated in the Bailiffs Act (§ 35 (2) and (3)) unconstitutional; the decision will take effect after a period of six months. The Civil Chamber

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Baltic states join forces for 12 film festivals in centennial year

NordenBladet – The Baltic film institutions renewed their mutual cooperation agreement at Trieste Film Festival. An addendum sets out the plan to run 12 joint film promotion projects in 2018 on the occasion of Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania’s centennial year.

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Helena-Reet: Who is supported by EAS, Estonian state and tax system (besides the president?) or Contemplation of the article “From the flamboyant number of designers of Estonia only a few have managed to break into the World arena”

NordenBladet – I read the article in the ERR portal, “From the flamboyant number of designers of Estonia only a few have managed to break into the World arena” in which it was written that the number of Estonian designers

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EU Supreme Courts have turned to the European Commission

NordenBladet — On Monday, 18 December, the Network of the Presidents of the Supreme Judicial Courts of the European Union issued a letter to Frans Timmermans, the Vice-President of the European Commission.  The letter t, which was signed by Priit

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Viru Hotel has „copied” the thematic rooms from Solo Sokos Hotel Estoria + Interview with Sokos Hotels Director of Sales and Marketing

NordenBladet – Solo Sokos Hotel Estoria has attracted attention with the thematic rooms (see HERE) for years, being the only hotel of design and storytelling in Estonia. Solo Sokos Hotel Estoria, having been singled out to the top five of

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