Apparently the security situation in the three countries has improved significantly
Denmark has been ranked as the happiest country in the world three times since 2012
Initiative to be based on Finland’s 80-year-old scheme praised with reducing infant mortality rates
The report found the UK lags behind other rich countries in reducing inequality in child well-being
Some countries allow drivers to exchange their licences with no extra tests, but others require drivers to take another test to get their new licence
Hard to believe and yet true, it’s a hell of a lot lighter on the public purse than a means test
Armed with sunglasses and thermals, Simon Parker ventures into Lapland’s extreme and untamed wilderness
Remote locations, Dark Sky reserves, and ideal conditions for observing the cosmos
The programme has helped Finland secure one of the lowest infant mortalilty rates in the world
Man who started the campaign says move 'would barely be noticeable
As a flat universal benefit payable to all, there is little administrative cost; and there can be no “poverty traps” or “income traps”, because the benefit would not be scaled back as wages increase
A recent poll showed 69% of people agreed with the proposal
The images are part of a documentary released in 2008.
Climbing frozen waterfalls, diving under frozen lakes, and rallying to hunt for the aurora borealis are just some of the things in the job description
With Finland radically reforming the way its children are taught, Richard Garner visits Helsinki to find out if the teachers approve
Tiger Woods endured one of the worst days of his distinguished career as he shot a 79 at the Farmers Insurance Open on Saturday to miss the third-round cut.