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The newspaper arose in 1995 from a merger between the newspapers Hommikuleht, Päevaleht (formerly Noorte Hääl) and Rahva Hääl. The newspaper Eesti Sõnumid also joined the merger in the same year. The economic crisis and the structural crisis affecting the print media has led to a considerable drop in readers since 2008, but the paper continues to be Estonia's third most popular daily.

Medium: daily
Political orientation: Eesti Päevaleht is mainly considered a liberal and intellectual daily. Many experts from all the different sectors contribute to the debates and commentary pages.
Circulation: 33,000 (2010)
Frequency of publication: Monday to Saturday

Location: Tallinn, Estonia
Publisher: Ekspress Grupp
Area of distribution: Nationwide
Established: 1995

Narva mnt 13
EE-10151 Tallinn
Phone: 00372-6804400
E-Mail: mail@epl.ee
Internet: http://www.epl.ee

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1.  Eesti Päevaleht - Estonia | 15/04/2014

Protection for gays spreading towards Russia

The Estonian parliament will deliberate this week for the first time on a new partnership law that would significantly bolster the rights of same-sex couples. ... » more

2.  Eesti Päevaleht - Estonia | 10/04/2014

Men also hurt by gender pay gap

Equal Pay Day will be celebrated in Estonia today. At 30 percent, the gender pay gap in the country is the highest in the EU. ... » more

3.  Eesti Päevaleht - Estonia | 03/04/2014

Consideration for Russia futile

Stronger Nato presence in the Baltic will be a provocation to Russia, but it makes sense, the liberal daily Eesti Päevaleht believes: "Opponents of a ... » more

4.  Eesti Päevaleht - Estonia | 18/03/2014

Crimea scenario improbable in Estonian Narva

The developments in Crimea have roused fears in Estonia that a similar scenario could occur in Narva. Almost all the inhabitants of this city on ... » more

5.  Eesti Päevaleht - Estonia | 25/02/2014

Estonian job swap could backfire

The Estonian Prime Minister Andrus Ansip announced on Sunday that he would resign on March 4, feeding speculation that he may swap places with EU ... » more

6.  Eesti Päevaleht - Estonia | 08/01/2014

East and West benefit from free movement

David Cameron's statements on migrant workers from Eastern Europe are nothing but populism, the liberal daily Eesti Päevaleht comments: "Certainly, one will find both cases ... » more

7.  Eesti Päevaleht - Estonia | 02/01/2014

Euro frustration could hurt Latvian government

Latvia joined the Eurozone at the beginning of the new year. The Latvians have been less than enthusiastic about the switch to the new currency, ... » more

8.  Eesti Päevaleht - Estonia | 18/12/2013

Estonia also not immune to doping

Sports physician Vitali Bernatski admitted to Eesti Päevaleht newspaper on Tuesday that he supplied top Estonian athletes with performance-enhancing drugs on a regular basis between ... » more

9.  Eesti Päevaleht - Estonia | 12/12/2013

New news agency evokes Soviet era

Russia's President Vladimir Putin set up a new news agency this week. Named Rossiya Segodnya (Russia Today), it is above all meant to boost Russia's ... » more

10.  Eesti Päevaleht - Estonia | 26/11/2013

Ukrainians want to shape their own future

The Ukrainians feel they have been deceived by their government, the Ukrainian student Maksim German explains in the liberal daily Eesti Päevaleht: "It's striking that ... » more

 

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