On Tuesday, Mayor of Tallinn, Mihhail Kõlvart (Center), introduced a reform plan to members of Tallinn city government which will change the city’s management structure, and replace the…
Tallinn is the capital, primate and the most populous city of Estonia. Located in the northern part of the country, on the shore of the Gulf of Finland of the Baltic Sea, it has a population of 437,619 in 2020. — Wikipedia
The Reform Party has submitted a proposal to the Tallinn city council to establish a study scholarship for 10 Belarusian students at Tallinn University and Tallinn University of Technology.
On June 3, Tallinn City Government announced its first stage of improving the city’s system. Tallinn Television (TTV) will stop being a separate foundation and will move under the city office’s remit.
Early on Saturday morning, almost 1,600 competitors in the Ironman Tallinn and Ironman Tallinn 70.3 started the 2020 event.
One case of coronavirus was found during the first day of voluntary testing at Tallinn Airport and the Port of Tallinn on Tuesday.
Self-driving bus services tested out in Tallinn
Traffic and pubic transport will be disrupted around Tallinn over the weekend due to two triathlon events - the Ironman Tallinn (September 5) and Škoda Laagri 4:18:4.
Traffic and public transport will be disrupted around Tallinn over the weekend due to two triathlon events - the Ironman Tallinn (September 5) and Škoda Laagri 4:18:4.
From this week, Tallinn Airport announced that passengers can fly to 19 destinations, including Kärdla, the capital of Hiiumaa and Kuressaare, the capital of Saaremaa.
Valuable archaeological finds have been unearthed in the course of reconstruction work on Roosikrantsi Street in the city center of Tallinn, causing the work to be suspended, with…
From Monday, visitors are barred at Tallinn Children’s Hospital (Tallinna lastehaigla), as the result of coronavirus risk, though in exceptional cases visits can be arranged in conjunction…
Rapid antibody detection tests are now being used at Tallinn Aiport and the Port of Tallinn to check whether passengers returning to Estonia have previously had the coronavirus (COVID-19).
Saturday marked the beginning of the 21st Medieval Days in Tallinn.