Minister of Labor and Social Inclusion Marte Mjøs Persen expects more than 35,000 refugees from Ukraine to arrive in Norway in 2023.
Category: Norsk Språk
Norwegian politicians consider two-price model for domestic and exported electricity, which puts them at odds with a European Union agreement.
The Language Council of Norway chooses “krympflasjon”– equivalent to shrinkflation in English – as the 2022 word of the year.
Minister of Justice Emilie Enger Mehl (Center Party) apologizes to Viggo Kristiansen, who has been exonerated in the Baneheia murder case.
Christie Ericson’s Norsk 101 column focuses on julebord, the often lively Norwegian Christmas parties that gather colleagues together every year.
Laila Simon writes about Norgesskolen’s new winter program, a week-long language immersion program in Oslo focused on winter activities.
The year’s julehefter, Norwegian Christmas magazines, including Alf Prøysen’s “Teddy Bear’s Christmas,” are now available in Norway’s newsstands.
Group, based in Oslo, Norway, offers a “super-bundle” subscription plan allowing access to several popular Norwegian newspapers.
Norsk 101’s Christie Ericson shares some of Norwegian Queen Sonja’s history related to her latest visit to the United
States in Minnesota.
Billionaire Trond Mohn wants to build and run atomic-energy plants in Norway but Minister of Oil and Energy Terje Aasland says no.