Toivo Aare (20 April 1944 Nõva, Harju County – 9 April 1999 Tallinn) was an Estonian journalist.
In 1970 he graduated from Tartu State University in journalism.
Konstantin Päts was an Estonian statesman and the country's President in 1938–1940. Päts was one of the most influential politicians of independent Estonia, and during the two decades prior to World War II he also served five times as the country's Prime Minister.
Meistriliiga is the highest division of the Estonian Football Association annual football championship. The league was founded in 1992, and was initially semi-professional with amateur clubs allowed to compete. With the help of solidarity mechanisms, the league is fully professional since the 2020 season.
Mart Laar is an Estonian politician and historian. He served as the Prime Minister of Estonia from 1992 to 1994 and from 1999 to 2002. Laar is credited with having helped bring about Estonia's rapid economic development during the 1990s. He is a member of the centre-right Isamaa party.
The Estonian Cup is the national knockout competition in Estonian football. In 2012, the competition was unofficially rebranded as Evald Tipner's Cup. The winner will compete in UEFA Europa Conference League first qualifying round.
Jüri Ratas is an Estonian politician who was the 18th prime minister of Estonia from 2016 to 2021. He has been Leader of the Centre Party since 2016, and was the mayor of Tallinn from 2005 to 2007.
Jaan Anvelt, was an Estonian Bolshevik revolutionary and writer. He served the Russian SFSR, was a leader of the Communist Party of Estonia, the first premier of the Soviet Executive Committee of Estonia, and the chairman of the Council of The Commune of the Working People of Estonia. Imprisoned during Joseph Stalin's Great Purge in 1937, he died from the injuries sustained during a beating by Aleksandr Langfang while in NKVD custody.
The rail transport system in Estonia consists of about 1,200 kilometres (750 mi) of railway lines, of which 900 kilometres (560 mi) are currently in public use. The infrastructure of the railway network is mostly owned by the state and is regulated and surveyed by the Estonian Technical Surveillance Authority.
Eesti Ekspress is an Estonian weekly newspaper.
Eesti Raadio was the public service radio broadcaster of Estonia that, at the time of closure, operated five national radio stations. It was closed in 2007 as a result of a merger with Eesti Televisioon to form the Estonian Public Broadcasting service, or Eesti Rahvusringhääling (ERR).
Estonian Maritime Academy of Tallinn University of Technology is a vocational university in Estonia. It is one of the schools of Tallinn University of Technology and it is the only educational institution in Estonia that offers professional higher education and Master’s level education in the maritime field. The university is located in the capital Tallinn but also has two centres in Saaremaa. In addition to higher education, the school contributes to research, provides training and offers services. The Academy also holds a one of a kind Simulator Centre and has a whole dedicated floor of hi-tech laboratories.
Ellen Alaküla was an Estonian stage, radio, television, and film actress and theatre teacher whose career spanned over forty years.
Merle Talvik is an Estonian stage, film and television actress whose career began in the mid-1970s.
Heikki Jaansalu is an Estonian sports shooter. He competed in the men's trap event at the 1996 Summer Olympics.
Leida Laius was an Estonian film director.
Kaie Mihkelson is an Estonian film and stage actress.
Hannes Walter was an Estonian war historian.
Asta Põldmäe is an Estonian writer and translator.
Jüri Krjukov was an Estonian actor.