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Estonian ID-cards have a security flaw. What should we know and do about it in order to keep using the ID-cards? We talked to Aivar Tsarski, the Counsellor and Deputy...

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Viva: Making a memoir a reality

Everyone has a story. But, have you ever thought about writing it down? For many, it is a cathartic experience. We talk to bestselling author of "Mao's Last...

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Sydney Estonian choir Lõke is turning 20 next week. How will the celebrate? How easy is it to sing Estonian songs and what have been some of the most memorable moments...
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Mark Herman Ilumets is a Year 11 student from Hiiumaa. He studied Australian Estonians for his school work and found out some interesting facts about them. What...
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Estonia celebrated Mother Tongue Day on March 14. How did this tradition start and how does Estonia check its people's Estonian language skills?