This week APN looks at a contentious debate over hiring daycare teachers, the issue of loneliness in Finland, how to find a public sauna and more. Our special guest is media personality Ruben Stiller. 9 March 2018 / All Points North / Yle News
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What's it like being an Erasmus exchange student in Finland?
Erasmus-plus is an EU programme supporting education, training, youth and sport across Europe. Its €14.7 billion budget helps around four million students gain invaluable experiences around the world. A handful of those students, like Yle News' visiting trainees, JJ Clarke and Tirna Slevin, come to Finland. This week All Points North looks at what life is like being an Erasmus exchange student in Finland. 2020 / All Points North / Yle News
What's in a name? Women's football looks to become just 'football'
Finland's women footballers want the same recognition and opportunities as their counterparts elsewhere in Europe, and this week All Points North asked HJK forward Linda Ruutu and FA development chief Heidi Pihlaja how they are going to make that happen.
2020 / All Points North / Yle News
When you're on the wrong side of the child welfare system
Child protection reports are an important part of social work in Finland, but what happens when people make groundless reports? APN looks at what happens when people weaponise the child welfare system.
06 February 2020 / All Points North / Yle News
Brexit finally means Brexit, but what does it mean for you?
On the eve of Brexit day, All Points North asks what it all means for Brits in Finland and Finns in Britain. 30 January 2020 / All Points North / Yle News
Dry January: Can it curb Finland's alcohol habit?
Finland has observed Dry January or "tipaton tammikuu" for more than 70 years, all while maintaing a state monopoly on alcohol sales. This week All Points North peels back the label on the month of alcohol abstinence to look at the history, the context and whether or not it makes a difference.
Does Finland still have the "best schools" in the world?
Finland's Pisa results have been declining for the past decade. What happened to Finland's much-celebrated education miracle? APN tries to find answers.
What do locked doors have to do with your pay? A lot!
Most people in Finland get a pay rise each year. But how is the bargain struck? All Points North explains (almost) all.
9 January 2020 / All Points North / Yle News
2019: Elections, eagle owls, and is Finland really still the world's happiest country?
What went right, what went wrong, and what made us laugh in 2019. 26 December 2019 / All Points North / Yle News
Christmas Special: How Santa became Finnish
All Points North goes to Lapland to find out how one radio broadcast in 1927 sparked Finland's booming Christmas tourism industry. 19 December 2019 / All Points North / Yle News
Is investing really only for the rich?
How can you invest if you don't have spare cash each month? We figure out how to carve out a nest egg with private investor Merja Mähkä, who says that investing is an important part of financial planning for most people. 12 December 2019 / All Points North / Yle News
APN New Prime Minister special
What's ahead for Finland under new premier Sanna Marin? All Points North looks at the state of play.
What happened next after Finland gained independence?
Kjell Westö on the background to the Finnish independence. How deep are the scars of the Civil War? 5 December 2019 / All Points North / Yle News