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Estonia raises minimum wage

The minimum monthly wage in Estonia has been approved at the level of 540 euros, which is an increase from 500 euros.

Court: Estonia's ruling party fails to avoid repayment of 220 000 euro donation

Centre Party, which is the ruling political force in the Estonian central government and in the capital Tallinn, has failed to overturn a decision that ordered it to repay an illegally received donation of 220 000 euros, according to a ruling of the Estonian Supreme Court.

Estonia sees rise in fire victims, as flats more prone to lethal fires

The death toll of fires in Estonia in 2018 has surpassed that of the two previous years in the past eleven months with all lethal fires occurring in flats this year. On the upside, from January to November 2018, a total of 74 people have been rescued from fires.

Estonian hospital to make patients pay for uncancelled doctor appointments

In Estonia, Ida-Viru Central Hospital plans to introduce asking patients to pay for a scheduled specialist appointment, if the patient does to visit the doctor and has not notified the hospital in advance.

Estonian private clinic is facing criminal investigation

Estonian prosecutors have opened a criminal investigation against Medita Klinik, a leading competitor in public procurement tenders in Estonian health care. Estonian Northern District Prosecutor's Office has initiated the investigation in accordance with the Penal Code section concerning the transmission of false information, according to ETV investigative show Pealtnägija.

Airbnb hosts in Estonia to declare their income automatically

Airbnb hosts in Estonia will have the chance to declare their income to tax inspectors automatically, if they choose to, according to a new agreement signed between the Estonian Tax and Customs Board and the American company.

Luminor bank stays on safe side with reviewing e-resident accounts

The Estonian branch of the Scandinavian-capital bank Luminor has informed its clients of its plans to the accounts of Estonian e-residents from January 1, 2019.

Estonian economy grew faster in quarter three

Estonian economy has grown faster in the third quarter of 2018, with its gross domestic product being by 4.2% higher in the third quarter of 2018 than in the respective period last year, the country's official statistics showed.

Russia's arms inspectors visit Estonian military bases

Estonian military units are this week inspected by a delegation from the Russian Center for Arms Control in line with the requirements of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe.

Estonian parliament supports UN Migration Compact in marathon sitting

The Estonian parliament has passed a declaration expressing its support to the UN Compact on Migration following a long debate and only 41 out of 101 MP backing the document.

Estonia's Kaljulaid not to take part in UN vote on migration compact

As the Estonian government has proved unable to decide on it support to the UN Global Compact for Migration, Kersti Kaljulaid, the President of Estonia, has unveiled she would not attend a vote on it at the UN General Assembly in January, in New York.

Estonian Interior Minister Anvelt steps down

Estonian Interior Minister Andres Anvelt has announced his resignation from office as the social democrat plans to leave politics altogether.

Finnish guests in Estonia at lowest numbers since 2008

The traditional cornerstone of Estonian tourism industry, guests from Finland, have in the third quarter of 2018 showed less interest in the Baltic country with their numbers dropping to a 10-year low.