• Solve a Murder on the Orient Express on this escape-room train in Finland
  • Watching this year's remake of Murder on the Orient Express will likely inspire a new generation of Hercule Poirot-wannabes, but luckily there's new way to test those detective skills than on a 13-hour escape-room train journey through Finland. Take a ride on the escape train. Image by Finnish Railways ...

  • Alex Harvey content in 21st at World Cup cross-country ski opener in Finland
  • It may not have been the result Alex Harvey was looking for finishing in 21st place, but the top Canadian cross-country skier is exactly where he wants to be heading into the critical Olypmic season following a solid effort at the season-opening World Cup classic-ski sprint race in Ruka, Finland on Friday.

  • Insect bread on Finland's supermarket shelves
  • baked protein rich bug breads are taken out from an oven in the Prisma market in Helsinki, Finland, on Friday. A Finnish bakery group said it would be ...

  • FORTUM CORPORATION FINLAND (OTCMKTS:FOJCF) Has Decline in Shorts
  • The stock of FORTUM CORPORATION FINLAND (OTCMKTS:FOJCF) registered a decrease of 4.86% in short interest. FOJCF's total short interest was ...

  • India, Finland review bilateral ties
  • India's trade with Finland has crossed $1 billion and is in favour of the Nordic country. Finnish companies have invested $419 million in India between ...

  • Firesteel to buy, restart Laiva gold mine in Finland
  • Firesteel Resources (TSXV: FTR) intends to reactivate the past producing Laiva gold mine located in central Finland, near the Gulf of Bothnia, in early December and begin producing gold in August 2018. To fund the project, it has entered a definitive prepaid forward gold purchase agreement with ...

  • Finland shares higher at close of trade; OMX Helsinki 25 up 0.02%
  • Investing.com – Finland equities were higher at the close on Friday, as gains in the Technology, Consumer Goods and Financials sectors propelled shares higher. At the close in Helsinki, the OMX Helsinki 25 gained 0.02%. The biggest gainers of the session on the OMX Helsinki 25 were Cargotec Oyj ...

  • Finland stocks higher at close of trade; OMX Helsinki 25 up 0.02%
  • Investing.com – Finland stocks were higher after the close on Friday, as gains in the Technology, Consumer Goods and Financials sectors led shares higher. At the close in Helsinki, the OMX Helsinki 25 gained 0.02%. The best performers of the session on the OMX Helsinki 25 were Cargotec Oyj ...

  • Defence Minister blames media for military exercises furore
  • The minister also came in for some flak for apparently inviting the USA to join the planned exercises during a visit by US Defence Secretary James Mattis earlier this month. "I did not offer an invitation, I only informed Mattis of the possibility to organise international military exercises in Finland after 2020.

  • 'Insect bread' rolled out by Finnish food company
  • Ever heard of a meal jumping off the plate? One of the largest food manufacturers in Finland has turned the metaphor into a reality, selling bread made with ground crickets. Markus Hellstrom, head of the food manufacturer Fazer's bakery division, claimed this week that each loaf of Sirkkaleipa - literally ...

  • Klaebo and Nilsson power to World Cup success in Finland
  • Norway's Johannes Hoesflot Klaebo and Stina Nilsson of Sweden were the ones smiling after claiming respective golds in the first cross-country skiing ...

  • Klaebo and Nilsson power to World Cup success in Finland
  • Norway's Johannes Hoesflot Klaebo and Stina Nilsson of Sweden were the ones smiling after claiming respective golds in the first cross-country skiing World Cup of the season, in Finland.

  • Efecte Plc: The Finnish Financial Supervisory Authority has approved Efecte Plc's Finnish ...
  • The Finnish Financial Supervisory Authority has today approved Efecte Plc's ("Efecte" or the "Company") Finnish language prospectus. The prospectus relates to the Company's contemplated listing on the First North Finland marketplace operated by Nasdaq Helsinki Ltd and the related initial public ...

  • Kiwi Christmas star Kari Vaananen ditches white Christmas for the beach
  • It's snowing when Kari Vaananen picks up the phone at his home in Finland's Lapland region. The white powder is already 30cm deep on the ground, and he expects another 25cm overnight. When he looks out his window on Christmas day, he'll be presented with a picture-postcard winter wonderland.

  • Fazer unfazed at being first to sell insect bread
  • Fazer Sirkkaleipä (Fazer Cricket Bread), which lists flour made from ground house crickets (Acheta domesticus​) as an ingredient, is now available in Fazer's 11 in-store bakeries located in Finland. With one loaf containing around 70 ground house crickets, the product contains more protein than normal ...

  • Kielo snaps up nine offices in Finland for €105m in second deal
  • Kielo, the new property company set up by Brunswick Real Estate, has signed its second acquisition deal, buying a portfolio of nine office properties in the Finnish city of Jyväskylä. Helsinki-listed property company Technopolis sold the assets for €104.5m, which it said was approximately their fair value.

  • Finland: Financial Supervisory Authority Warns on ICOs and Crypto-Currencies
  • On November 22, 2017 the Finnish Financial Supervisory Authority (FSA) published a warning to the public on crypto-currencies and initial coin offerings (ICOs), underlining that Bitcoin and other crypto-currencies are being primarily used for speculative investment purposes. The FSA states that ...

  • Visit of Minister of Foreign Affairs of Finland to India (22-25 November 2017)
  • Minister of Foreign Affairs of Finland, H.E. Mr. Timo Soini is visiting India from 22-25 November 2017. He is accompanied by senior officials of his Ministry. Regular exchanges of high level visits have been a part of strong ties between India and Finland. The visit of FM Soini to India coincides with the ...

  • From Utah to Finland, “This is Home” hits the slopes for white-knuckle skiing
  • Despite annual releases from the likes of Warren Miller, making a ski film is no easy task. From fluctuating mountain conditions to the kind of patience needed to wait for that perfect shot, the variables factoring into this kind of filmmaking are many. For French director and skier Etienne Mérel, embracing ...

  • Polar night descends on northernmost Finland
  • Huts huddle in the gloaming in Nuorgam, Finland's northernmost town. Image: Esko Jämsä / AOP. The period of endless night known as polar night began in northernmost Finland in the town of Nuorgam on Friday. During this period, the sun will not rise above the horizon until January 17. The period of ...

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