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Articles from The Baltic Times (Riga, Latvia) (June 18, 2009)

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A member of Lithuanian Parliament, conservative Arvydas Vidziunas, has evaded punishment for drunk driving. 152
At the cutting edge of innovation. Hanley, Monika Interview 570
Baltic Sea pipeline impact to be assessed. 632
Barclays to invest in Lithuania. 667
Budget cuts spark protest. McIntosh, Kate 698
Choir singing is the most popular activity in Estonia, according to Statistics Estonia. 120
Eleven Roma have demanded Vilnius municipality pay them 5.5 million litas (1,592,910 euros) compensation for demolition of illegally built Roma homes in Kirtimai. 113
Estonia's largest oil shale processing company Viru Keemia Grupp (VKG) says it will be forced to halt its factory operations should the Coalition and Green Party of Estonia go ahead with plans to double environmental taxes. 88
Estonia's newest MEP. Karapetyan, Ella Interview 717
Estonian businesses seek new strategies. Brettell, Ashley 1050
Estonian euro adoption on track. Brettell, Ashley 701
Gay education ban voted in. Mullett, Adam 962
Hellfire and brimstone mounts, and gets thrown off, its hobby horse. Ross, Darius James 823
Innovation in Lithuania: calling for the storm. Vaige, Laima Interview 870
Kalvitis steps down as Lattelecom chairman. 463
Latvia has dropped to the 54th position in the Global Peace Index, down from its former ranking of 39th. 103
Midsummer night to remember. McIntosh, Kate 674
Nation may reinstate mandatory military service. Hanley, Monika 351
National choirs to eclipse Madonna. Brettell, Ashley 507
Poisonous sausages remain on shelves. Mullett, Adam 613
President Hendrik Ilves, who is currently visiting the U.S. promoting Estonian IT enterprises, had the privilege of meeting U.S. President Barack Obama and senior aides in Washington. 222
Riga Port will be moved from downtown Riga to Krievu Island, with Riga City Council signing off on the necessary infrastructure development measures on June 16. 133
Same old story. 663
Semeta may replace Grybauskaite in EC. 564
Soldier killed in Afghanistan ambush. Brettell, Ashley 470
Taking counsel: state's liability for damage caused by wild animals. Platelis, Jonas 604
The company Capital Department Store (CDS) plans to open an outlet of the second largest chain of British department stores Debenhams in Riga by 2010, Biznes & Baltija reports. 87
The party of the millennium. Vaige, Laima 698
The power of Shirodhara. 406
The recently released beer index put together by Cesu Alus, a Latvian beer company, shows that although Latvians enjoy their beer, Estonians and Lithuanians out drink them. 239
The State Revenue Service Financial Police have unveiled the largest money laundering scheme in the history of Latvia involving tens of millions of lats. 97
The week's top news in world financial markets from maximus capital. 793
The World Forum for Direct Investment 2009, hosted by Red Hot Locations in association with LDA, took place on June 10-11 in Vilnius. 83
Usakovs to be Riga Mayor. McIntosh, Kate 421
Vilnius regional court awarded compensation to an adolescent whose mother died from failure to diagnose stomach cancer. 99

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