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Helsinki Times is the first weekly newspaper in Finland which provides a reliable and much-needed source of news and information about Finland in English. In addition to domestic and international news, it includes a review of Finnish newspapers and magazines, as well as articles concerning Finland published in the international press. Culture, sport and lifestyle sections are also essential parts of the content in Helsinki Times. The newspaper also offers a weekly events guide as well as a weekly selection of TV programmes in English.  
The tabloid format newspaper is published every Thursday with an average print run of 15,000 copies. It is on sale at bookstores and kiosks and is also distributed on all 350 Finnair flights into Helsinki each week. Helsinki Times is also available on the Allegro train travelling between St. Petersburg and Helsinki. Helsinki Times is available for print and online subscription.  
As of March 2008, the Helsinki City Transport bureau has a monthly page in the Helsinki Times.
Cooperation with Helsingin Sanomat
Helsinki Times has signed a cooperation agreement with Helsingin Sanomat on the publication of selected Helsingin Sanomat articles, translated from Finnish into English, on the Helsinki Times website and in the Helsinki Times print newspaper, published once a week. This cooperation, which includes the use of pictures and graphics, will start as of 2 December 2013. Through the agreement, the Helsinki Times website will become part of Helsingin Sanomat webpage, and titles of English articles will be placed on the Helsingin Sanomat web page.   
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