For the second year in a row, coronavirus restrictions will be in place for Norway’s national day, keeping the 17th of May a quiet celebration once again.
Ahead of a NATO conference in June, Prime Minister Erna Solberg and other government officials have recieved their first doses of the coronavirus vaccine.
As the development of wind farms along Norway’s coastline grows, the Norwegian Fishermen’s Association fears it may disrupt the fishing industry.
Prime Minister Erna Solberg has been fined for breaking COVID-19 regulations in her planning of a dinner party for her 60th birthday.
After an extensive budget review, Pacific Lutheran University (PLU) in Tacoma, Wash. has decided to eliminate its Nordic Studies and Norwegian programs.
The Norwegian government has ordered the sale of Bergen Engines to a Russian company to be stopped, citing national security concerns.
The Sámi language can now be used for routine reporting on NRK’s broadcasts as long as there are accompanying Norwegian subtitles.
A recent survey from the Norwegian Directorate of Health shows the pandemic has had a considerable negative impact on the mental health of adolescents.
The summer villa of Norwegian composer Ole Bull on Lysøen, an island off the coast of Bergen, will be closed for restorations for the next two years.
Amid concerns of a link with blood clots, Norwegian health authorities have suspended the use of the AstraZeneca vaccine as a precaution.