Billionaire Trond Mohn wants to build and run atomic-energy plants in Norway but Minister of Oil and Energy Terje Aasland says no.
Prime Minister Jonas Gahr Støre says that Norway will be prepared to accept and treat more wounded Ukrainian soldiers and civilians.
Princess Märtha Louise’s fiancé, American Durek Verrett, a self-professed shaman, clashes with Norway’s culture but talks with royal family.
Norway and Sweden meet to strengthen energy and security in Scandinavia and the Baltics under a war economy because of Russia’s invasion.
Jonas Gahr Støre met with young Ukrainian children at the Norway Cup in Oslo, promising that Norway’s support of Ukraine will continue.
Norway increased support to families with young children, with free after-school programs, eyeglass subsidies, and new rules for school absences.
Norwegians who were not allowed to visit their cabins in Sweden during the pandemic are taking their case to the Court of Human Rights.
Four Norwegian restaurants have been awarded Michelin stars for the first time. Three of the restaurants are in Oslo, and one is in Bergen.
The gender-neutral Norwegian pronoun for s/he, “hen,” is now part of the two official dictionaries for the bokmål and nynorsk languages.
Princess Ingrid Alexandra is celebrated in a belated gala for her 18th birthday, where she expresses gratitude to her family for their support.