Nyheter (news) from Norway covers NATO, Norwegian farmers who want help paying for high electricity prices, and women who fish full time.
Because of the sharp increase in energy prices, Norwegian farmers are demanding increased government subsidies.
King Harald V opened the 166th ses¬sion of the Norwegian parliament, stressing the impor¬tance of the climate crisis and work-force inclusion for all.
Erna Solberg (Conservative Party, H) presented her budget recommedations, as she stepped down from her position as prime minister.
Crown Prince Haakon and Crown Princess Mette-Marit sent out a message of hope upon the celebration of their 20th wedding anniversary.
On the evening of Sept. 25, the Norwegian people celebrated the reopening of their country by gathering together outdoors on the streets.
Since the onset of the pandemic, four out of 10 Norwegians have taken time to be outdoors to enjoy “friluftsliv,” life in the open air.
Each month, 3, 000 Norwegian families apply for financial support for eyeglasses for their children, but now the state wants to reduce these benefits.
For the first time in 23 years, new
education law has been put forth by the Norwegiangovernment to guarantee more student rights.
The three school ships Statsraad Lehmkuhl, Christian Radich, and Sørlandet have received an additional NOK 10 million in government aid.