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International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Saturday, 21.09.2019, 08:12

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Sigulda Region Council terminates contract with caterer for Sigulda schools

Sigulda Region Council terminates contract with caterer for Sigulda schools

20.09.2019

Sigulda Region Council decided this afternoon to terminate contract with Baltic Restaurants Latvia, a company that provides catering services at all pre-schools and four schools in Sigulda, as Sigulda Region Council Chairman Ugis Mitrevics (Latvian Association of Regions) informed LETA.

Keyword tags: Education and Science, Foodstuff, Health, Latvia, Legislation, Markets and Companies



Tallinn city council issues building rights for Olympic standard swimming pool

Tallinn city council issues building rights for Olympic standard swimming pool

20.09.2019

The Tallinn city council at its sitting on Thursday decided that building rights are to be issued for the registered immovables at 14a and 14b Varraku Street in the city's Lasnamae district with the aim of building an Olympic standard swimming pool next to the Tondiraba Ice Hall in cooperation with the private sector.

Estonia: Living longer, but health is worse

Estonia: Living longer, but health is worse

04.09.2019

According to Statistics Estonia, in 2018, life expectancy at birth was 73.9 years for males and 82.4 years for females. Life expectancy has increased for both sexes, slightly more for males. Men are expected to live disability-free for 52.8 and women for 55.6 years. Just a year ago, disability-free life expectancy for males was two years longer and for females over three years longer.


Baltics states among EU members with strictest tobacco, alcohol and food regulations

Baltics states among EU members with strictest tobacco, alcohol and food regulations

03.05.2019

The Baltic states are among European Union (EU) members with the toughest regulations restricting consumption of tobacco, alcohol, unhealthy food and sweetened beverages, shows the Nanny State Index, released by the Institute of Economic Affairs, UK-based free market think tank.

Tampere healthcare managers looking at services offered to elderly in Tartu

Tampere healthcare managers looking at services offered to elderly in Tartu

28.03.2019

An 18-strong delegation from the Finnish city of Tampere is visiting Tartu to look at the organization of social and healthcare services in Estonia's second biggest city, reported LETA/BNS.


25.03.2019

Lithuania's ForMin recommends getting measles vaccine before going to Ukraine

Lithuania's Ministry of Foreign Affairs recommends getting immunized against measles for those planning to travel to Ukraine where an outbreak of the disease has been recorded, informed LETA/BNS.

20.03.2019

UK wellness startup Urban set to open office in Vilnius

US wellness startup Urban is set to open a development office in Vilnius in the near future, Invest Lithuania said.

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