Silver Tambur

Silver Tambur is the cofounder and Editor-in-Chief of Estonian World. He has previously studied journalism at the University of Tartu, and politics and society at the Birkbeck College, University of London. Silver has been the editor at the Estonian Public Broadcasting’s news service in English, as well as contributing for the Business Sense magazine in the UK, Deutsche Welle and Radio New Zealand. You can also follow him on Twitter and like his page on Facebook. You can write to Silver at silver@estonianworld.com.

An Estonian company first in Europe licensed to operate an unmanned vehicle everywhere

Cleveron, a Viljandi-based Estonian tech company, unveils a new driverless delivery vehicle; the company has become first in Europe to be granted a licence to operate unmanned semi-autonomous vehicles on public streets without restrictions. The company on 14 April unveiled its new unmanned semi-autonomous last mile delivery vehicle, the Cleveron …

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Estonian software company Cybernetica modernises Palestine’s digital society

Estonian software company Cybernetica is cooperating with the Palestinian ministry of telecommunications and information technology to modernise the foundations of digital society in the territory. The Tallinn-based software company partners with the ministry to upgrade the Palestinian territories’ current data exchange layer for digital services to Cybernetica’s unified exchange platform, …

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Tallinn University celebrates a “green month”

The student union of Tallinn University, Estonia’s third-largest higher education institution, is organising a variety of online events regarding sustainable development throughout April. The mission of the Tallinn University Student Union is to represent the rights and interests of the students and to advance their development opportunities and a “green …

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Estonia’s Allfilm wants to attract more foreign movie productions to the country

Allfilm, Estonia’s preeminent film production company that co-produced the Academy Award and Golden Globe-nominated “Tangerines” and “The Fencer”, wants to attract more foreign productions to the country; the company has now launched a new website that gives a clear overview of what Estonia has to offer. “Choosing the Baltic countries …

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The Estonian Music Days festival to take place online

The contemporary music festival, the Estonian Music Days, organised in collaboration between the composers’ unions of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, will be held online from 22 April to 2 May. The festival will feature concerts, discussion forums and other events, held via an online linkup. This year, the festival will …

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Less blah blah blah and more action – the local World Cleanup Day leaders share their experiences

Despite the challenging times, the last World Cleanup Day – a movement that has its roots in Estonia – was a success around the globe; we asked six local leaders of the Let’s Do It World! – Holger Holland from Germany, Agustina Iskandar from Indonesia, Virginie Guerin from France, Nima …

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Tesla and Zetta to build a car factory in Narva, Estonia

Tesla, an American electric vehicle company, and Zetta, a Russian e-vehicle maker, have announced a construction of a joint microfactory in Narva – an Estonian town by the country’s border with Russia – to build a compact Model N; the companies reasoned the decision by the town’s easy access for the European …

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Estonia allocates €1.3 million for humanitarian aid in Syria

The Estonian government decided to allocate €1.3 million to mitigate the humanitarian consequences of the Syrian civil war. The decision was announced by the country’s foreign minister, Eva-Maria Liimets, on 30 March. “The situation in Syria remains extremely bad – people suffer from widespread violence; thousands of people are detained …

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