Do you have an old car? Now you can receive money to scrap it. Read from our blog what this means and what you need to do.
In our third blog post relating to the 2021 municipal elections we look at people’s voting activity in Finnish municipal elections.
The Finnish Swedish Heritage Day is celebrated on November 6. In this blog we explain what that day is and why it is celebrated.
Today, we continue our discussion about municipal elections. In this blog, we talk about the importance of committees in Finnish municipalities.
In the fall, Finnish apartment buildings organize apartment building work parties. In this blog we tell you what those are and, more importanty, what they mean.
Finland is going to hold municipal elections on April 18, 2021. In this blog post we tell you how you can become involved in the Finnish political system by becoming a candidate in those elections.
In our blog this week, we give your tips for eating your way through Finland. We list a number of resources you can use to source fresh food in Finland.
In Finland, a new traffic law will take effect on June 1, 2020. In this blog post we go through some of the changes that’ll affect road users the most.
This Thursday, 40 days from Easter, is Ascension Day in Finland. In this blog, we explain what Ascension Day is. But more importantly, we talk about religious holidays and their relationship to Finnish labor politics.
It’s vappu (May Day) in Finland. In this blog, we talk about May Day celebrations in Finland. We tell you what vappu is and how we celebrate it.