People walk past a "Vote Leave" sign as they arrive to vote in Belfast, Northern Ireland, on Thursday. Photo: Paul Faith/Scanpix
Erna Solberg said on Friday morning that she is worried about the knock-off political consequences of Britain’s decision to leave the EU.
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Commuters cross the London Bridge on Friday. Photo: DANIEL SORABJI/Scanpix
Welsh-Norwegian reporter Sunniva Davies-Rommetveit writes that Brexit leaves her fearing a new isolationist UK.
It’s been a long night, and for those of us Brits who have made our lives elsewhere in Europe, it will be a long road ahead writes The Local's managing editor James Savage.
Despite a fall from second, Norway still enjoys one of the world's best reputations. Photo: Vegard Wivestad Grøtt / NTB scanpix
Norway tumbled three spots in a new report ranking the most reputable countries in the world.
According to the forecast, this year's Sankthans celebrations won't be quite as nice as last year. Photo: Heiko Junge / NTB scanpix
Norwegians may have a hard time lighting their Sankthans bonfires, as the weekend calls for damp conditions throughout the country, particularly in the south.
Filling your cart in a Norwegian supermarket costs 159 percent of the EU average. Photo: Lise Åserud / NTB scanpix
... but it is for booze and tobacco.
By her own calculations, PM Erna Solberg has delivered on 95 percent of her promises. Photo: Cornelius Poppe / NTB scanpix
PM Erna Solberg touted her government’s success in delivering on its 2013 election promises but said she regrets that she couldn’t push through even more asylum restrictions.
he incident occurred at Eidsvoll Square, just west of the parliament building. Photo: Chris Brown/Flickr
A man threatened to light himself on fire outside of the Norwegian parliament building in Oslo on Wednesday.
Both PM Erna Solberg and FM Børge Brende said they fear the ramifications of Brexit. Photo: Cornelius Poppe / NTB scanpix
Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg said on Wednesday that she fears Europe will become a much more nationalistic place if Britain votes to leave the EU on Thursday.
Sunny Jacobs (R) and Peter Pringle (L), who were on death row for several years and are now activists against death penalty, pictured at the Opera house in Oslo on Monday. Photo: Lars Os/AFP/Scanpix
Meet the unlikely couple sharing their story at the 6th World Congress Against the Death Penalty, being held in Oslo.
From left: Mathias Aleksander Hansen, Fredrik Ringen, Johannes Veine Wiig, Tobias Skammelsrud Madsen. Photo: Filippa Torjusen / NRK
Their adventure includes pitstops in the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, Germany and France.
Norwegian PM Erna Solberg and British PM David Cameron in 2014. Norway has urged Britain to stay in the EU. Photo: Nina Eirin Rangøy/NTB Scanpix
Hailing the Norwegian model as an example to follow is the result of "a great misunderstanding", some say.
When I look like a woman, it's the opposite, there are lots of colours in my head and around me:" John Jeanette. Photo: NTB Scanpix
As the commander of a Cold War submarine tracking the Soviets, John Jeanette's dresses were stashed away in a locker reserved for top-secret documents.
Foreign parents who say Barnevernet 'kidnapped' their children protested in Oslo last month. Photo:Ole Berg-Rusten / NTB Scanpix
Recent global protests have put Norway's child welfare services back squarely in the centre of controversy.
The Donald might not find the joke so funny. Photo: KENA BETANCUR/Scanpix
Just in time for the vital New York primary on Tuesday, a Norwegian spoof video about US presidential candidate Donald Trump has spread across the internet like wildfire.
The report alleges that Norway has escaped international scrutiny over its whaling industry. Photo: Martin Cathrae/Flickr
A report alleges that Norway has been mostly shielded from scrutiny by the international community.
Amb. Geir O Pedersen (right), seen here in 2014 with PM Erna Solberg and FM Børge Brende, delivered the final approval on Monday. Photo: Pontus Höök / NTB scanpix
Norway on Monday became the first industrialized nation in the world, and the 18th overall, to formally ratify the Paris Agreement.
George Cunningham warns that many Brits abroad will have missed the chance to vote.
Thousands of British voters abroad might find their vote in this week's crucial referendum is wasted, after many councils left sending out ballots until the last minute.
The court said that a sexual incident did occur but that the man was likely asleep. Photo: Berit Roald / SCANPIX
Court rules that a sexual incident definitely occurred but that the man was likely asleep and thus can't be held accountable.
File photo: NTB Scanpix
A Norwegian police department posted a picture on its Facebook page showing arrested people smugglers lying on the ground in a forest near the town of Elverum.
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