Tagged: Lyndsey Smith

Songbird hunting list expanded

New proposal angers bird protection organizations Michael Sandelson, Sarah Bostock & Lyndsey Smith The Foreigner Blackbirds and song thrushes could legally be culled in Norway for agricultural reasons. The suggestion by the Norwegian Environmental...

Panama Papers

Panama Papers issue continues for the Norwegian bank DNB Michael Sandelson, Sarah Bostock & Lyndsey Smith The Foreigner DNB executive management was not aware of contact with Mossack Fonseca’s representatives in Luxembourg, reports say....

July 22nd terrorist back in court

Anders Behring Breivik’s lawsuit against the state began March 15 Lyndsey Smith & Sarah Bostock The Foreigner Anders Behring Breivik’s lawsuit regarding prison conditions started March 15, nearly five years after killing 77 people...

Norwegian Polar voyager celebrated

The man who participated in most of Norway’s Polar expeditions to be remembered in Hammerfest Michael Sandelson & Lyndsey Smith The Foreigner Adolf Henrik Lindstrøm from Northern Norway’s Finnmark County was a prominent member...

Norwegians support taxes

66 percent favor taxes for a better welfare system Michael Sandelson & Lyndsey Smith The Foreigner 35 percent of those asked said they would completely agree with an increase in taxes, while the remainder...

Oslo club makes hot list

The Villa chosen for The Guardian’s European top-25 list of nightclubs Lyndsey Smith The Foreigner The Villa in downtown Oslo’s Møllergata was praised for having a variety of DJs performing, booked by the club’s...

Reindeer at risk

Grazing land along the Norwegian-Finnish border could become overgrazed Lyndsey Smith The Foreigner Land used to graze reindeer could become overgrazed. This could cause suffering, or death in some cases. Grazing ground on the...

Electric car-sharing on the road in Norway

Five of Norway’s biggest cities work on car-sharing schemes Michael Sandelson & Lyndsey Smith The Foreigner Japan’s Toyota recently revealed a new electric car for city use, partnering with France’s Grenoble and energy supply...