The Estonian capital wants to shine the spotlight on its local businesses and how they improve the city
St. Olaf’s church will receive 350,000 euros for renovations from the municipality
Multimillion-euro investments are planned by the municipality to renovate schools and introduce modern learning practices
Higher gains from income taxes allowed the city council to revise their budgeting decisions
The municipal pilot project starts on 1 December 2019
The task will take 7 years and 300 million euros to complete
The purchase will be complete in two stages – if the city is satisfied with the first 8 vehicles, it will buy an additional 15
The same tickets in Tallinn and Helsinki? Why not, asks Tallinn mayor Mikhail Kõlvart
This is the perfect way for the city to foster local swimming talent
Mikhail Kõlvart believes that by imposing restrictions on the sale of alcohol, the city will become safer
The city is revising its budget following victory in the European Capital of Culture competition
The National Broadcasting Complex as well as the National Library are up for renovation in the Estonian capital
The more you develop, the more you will be interested and able to find and contribute into international cooperation.
"Innovation has to happen both on small and large scale. Every department in Tallinn city structure does something that is new, innovative and interesting even if they seem small things. "