Regional adminstration in Finland, Norway, Russia, Sweden and Saami Council and parliaments.
- Administrative structure in Finland - duties of the State Provincial Offices, counties and regional councils
- Govermental offices and electronic services
- Province of Lapland
- Regional Council of Lapland / Lapin liitto
- Counties in Lapland: Enontekiö, Inari, Kemijärvi, Kemi, Keminmaa, Kittilä, Kolari, Muonio, Pelkosenniemi, Pello, Posio, Ranua, Rovaniemi, Salla, Savukoski, Simo, Sodankylä, Tervola, Tornio, Utsjoki, Ylitornio
- Province of Oulu
- Administrative structure in Norway
- County of Finnmark
- County Administration of Finnmark,
- County Governor of Finnmark,
- Map showing the county and all of its municipalities: Map Alta, Berlevåg, Båtsfjord, Deanu/Tana, Gamvik, Guovdageaidnu/Kautokeino, Hammerfest, Hasvik, Kárájoga/Karasjok, Kvalsund, Lebesby, Loppa, Måsøy, Nesseby/Unjargga, Nordkapp, Porsanger, Sør-Varanger, Vadsø, Vardø.
- County of Troms
- County Administration of Troms,
- County Governor of Troms,
- All municipalities websites in Troms:
Skånland, Skjervøy, Salangen, Nordreisa, Balsfjord, Bardu, Berg, Bjarkøy, Dyrøy,
Gáivuotna/Kåfjord, Gratangen, Harstad, Ibestad, Karlsøy, Kvæfjord, Kvænangen,
Lavangen, Lenvik, Lyngen, Målselv.
- County of Nordland
- County Administration of Nordland,
- County Governor of Nordland,
- All municipalities websites in Nordland:
Alstahaug, Andøy, Ballangen, Beiarn, Bindal, Bodø, Brønnøy, Bø, Dønna, Evenes,
Fauske, Gildeskål, Grane, Hemnes,Herøy, Leirfjord, Lurøy, Lødingen, Meløy, Moskenes,
Narvik, Rana, Rødøy, Røst, Saltdal, Sortland, Steigen, Sørfold, Tjeldsund, Tysfjord, Vefsn, Vega, Vestvågøy, Vevelstad, Værøy, Vågan, Øksnes.
- Administrative structure in Russia
- Russian Federation Government
- Government of Murmansk [only in Russian]
- Administration in the Murmansk region - contact information (addresses, phones, fax, email and www) and general information about towns and districts. In English.
- Arkhangelsk region
- Government of Arkhangelsk - includes information on the Governor’s Office, structure of the Region Administration and Regional Deputies Council. Describes the Region, its geography, climate, population, economics, general financial data, analytical and statistical information on some industries and nonproductive sphere, legal documents. [only in Russian]
- Department of Federal State Employment Service for the Arkhangelsk Region - latest news contain statistical data on employment and unemployment, information on meetings, seminars and other events in Employment Services of the Region. Pages for all the employees of the Service and their contacting data. Links to the sites of other Employment Centres in Russia.
- Administrative division of Arkhangelsk oblast and Republic of Komi [100 kb map]
- Official site of the city of Mirny Administration
- Republic of Karelia
- Republic of Komi - official website, in Russian.
- Nenets Autonomous Area - offical website, in Russian
- Russian regional governments in the Internet - links to websites of the regional governments, in Russian
- Local government
- Sweden - a pocket quide
- The Swedish Parliament and the Swedish Government
- Counties - AboutSweden.net
- Swedish Association of Local Authorities and Regions (SALAR)
- Local government financial equalisation in Sweden
- County of Norrbotten
- Länsstyrelsen i Norrbottens Län
- County Governor's Residence in Luleå
- Facts and statistics about Norrbotten
- Kommunförbundet i Norrbotten - interest group for Norrbottens 14 counties (in Swedish).
- All municipalities websites in Norrbotten:
Kiruna, Gällivare, Jokkmokk [only in Swedish], Arvidsjaur [only in Swedish], Boden [also in Russian], Piteå, Älvsbyn [only in Swedish], Överkalix, Övertorneå, Luleå, Arjeplog [only in Swedish], Haparanda, Pajala, Kalix
- Norrbottens twin-cities in Finland, Norway and Russia [pdf].
- County of Västerbotten
- The County Council of Västerbotten
- Västerbotten County Council
- Facts and statistics about Västerbotten
- Municipalities websites in Västerbotten:
Bjurholm, Dorotea [only in Swedish], Lycksele [only in Swedish], Malå, Nordmaling [only in Swedish], Norsjö, Robertsfors, Skellefteå, Sorsele [only in Swedish], Storuman [only in Swedish], Umeå, Vilhelmina, Vindeln, Vännäs, Åsele
- Västerbottens twin-cities in Finland, Norway and Russia [pdf].
Saami Council and Saami Parliaments
Saami Council was established in 1956 and in general its purpose is to promote the interests of the Saami as a nation. The Governments of the three Scandinavian countries have established Saami Parliaments (Sámediggi) as Saami official representative bodies.