The Gjellestad viking ship near Halden is the first to be excavated in Norway in 100 years, though the delicate process could take months.
Roseslottet, or Rose Castle, has opened at Olso’s Frognerseteren, commemorating the five years of resistance against Nazi occupation during WWII.
The Norwegian Environment Agency is considering a 5-year “fiskeforbud,” or ban on fishing sea salmon due to environmental threats to stocks.
After a three-month delay due to the coronavirus, Oslo’s main branch of the Deichman Public Library opened, with some celebrity fanfare.
These days, Norwegians are sitting far too much, and the minister of health intends to do something about it with a new plan to get them moving (på norsk).
Thousands of protesters gathered in Oslo and other cities in solidarity with Black Lives Matter after the murder of George Floyd by police in Minneapolis.
Equionor has reported losses of $20 billion (NOK 200 billion) in investments in the United States since 2014, when oil prices were far higher (på norsk).
One of Norway’s wealthiest men, Tom Hagen, had been charged for involvement of the murder of his wife, Anne-Elisabeth Hagen (på norsk).
The coronavirus has hit everyone hard, but for language experts in Norway, it’s brought a proliferation of new, interesting words to ponder (på norsk).
A team of Norwegian nurses and doctors was sent to Italy to assists efforts to control the coronavirus in the hard-hit region of Lombardy (på norsk).