On Feb. 6, the Sámi National Day was marked by two large events celebrating Sámi culture, hosted by the mayors of Tromsø and Oslo.
The Norwegian government plans to buy ammunition for NOK 2.6 billion from Nammo, an ammunitions manufacturer, to provide support for Ukraine.
The world’s oldest rune stone was discovered by the Tyri fjord in Trøndelag, Norway, believed to be up to 2,000 years old.
The producers of the eighth Mission: Impossible film have requested to film on Svalbard, but Norway has declined.
The Local reports on some expected changes in Norway in 2023 that will affect work, education, travel and other elements of life.
Negotiators at COP15 in Montreal, Canada, agree on a groundbreaking nature agreement to protect the world’s land and seas until 2030.
Norway has said “Yes” to the United Nations’ Central Emergency Response Fund, pledging continued support.
The Folk Theater in Oslo, Norway, plans
to establish the Annie musical as new Christmas tradition on stage, starting in November 2023.
The Norwegian government releases its budget for 2023 that includes “tough measures,” according to Prime Minister Jonas Gahr Støre.
Princess Märtha Louise is ending her official duties for the royal palace but will retain the title of princess, the king and queen confirm.