The Norwegian government has eased travel restrictions to Schengen area and European Economic Area, with criteria to be met before travel can be approved.
Crown Prince Haakon visited the Norwegian Institute of Marine Research’s Arendal station to commemorate World Environment Day on June 5.
As of June 17, Norwegian will require passengers to wear and provide their own face masks before traveling, in line with European recommendations.
Norway was elected to the United Nations Security Council for the period 2021-2022, stressing a commitment to international peace.
KODE Art Museums and composer homes received NOK 12 million in the government’s recent crisis package to compensate for lost ticket revenue.
Due to the ongoing low rate of coronavirus infection spread in Norway, authorities have pulled back on plans to implement widespread testing systems.
A major landslide in Alta in Northern Norway resulted in no injuries or deaths, but took eight buildings into the sea and caused significant damage.
Norway’s government has agreed to fund the first excavation of a Viking ship burial in over 100 years, launching a race to pull the vessel out of the ground before it is destroyed by fungus.
New language reforms have been put forth in the Norwegian parliament to protect the country’s minority languages, including Sámi, Kven, and Romani.
There will be no summer holidays abroad this year for people living in Norway, Prime Minister Erna Solberg announced on May 15.