Erkki Liikanen, Governor of the Bank of Finland
No electricity, no mold, no chemicals - no shelter
Tiina was exposed to molds in college. The toxins produced by microbials destroyed the defense system in her body, after which she was also sensitized to chemicals and electricity. For Tiina, it is a struggle to find a home where she could get healthy.
Merja worked as an employee of the city, where she was exposed to moisture damage. Now she is on a disability pension and is not able to go shopping without the oxygen mask.
During the so-called Jesus lesson everyone is considering Jesus from his or her own point of view. In the comprehensive school of Kulosaari, all students are studying Christianity, Islam, Buddhism and ethics.
In the library of the future, you might be able to go to a sauna or even hold band rehearsals. The friends of the "silence" could be scared of the changes. Traditional free library services are going to be accompanied by commercialism. In the smaller libraries, the librarians could also be replaced by self service stations.
"My father murdered the mother of my little sisters". Even so, Miriam wanted to stay in contact with her father and as a consequence she was abandoned by her family.
Aleksi Kirjonen believes that limits are only in your own head.
When a small village takes the law into their own hands
Timo Nordman and Pauli Valley. "I use social media, therefore I exist."
In the deteriorating children’s hospital the treatment is however in good hands and miracles are made every day.
Representatives of Nokia's subcontracters demonstrated in front of the Helsinki Fair Center.
Press conference in Olympic Stadium.
Cheek is preparing for the publication of a new album.
Looking for a new home.