From Wednesday, the majority of local Covid-19 restrictions in the Norwegian capital, including limits for guests at home, face masks and social distancing, will be eased to be more in line with national measures.
Following a career abroad can be exciting and challenging in equal measure. Many people struggle to adapt as they attempt to deal with culture shock, new ways of working, a different language, and being distant from friends and family. So, how can you better look after your mental health?
Norway's Covid health certificate is available and will allow certain travellers to skip entry quarantine entirely when presented at the border. So how will this process work, and what documentation do you need to show?
With the challenges of settling in, finding work, making friends and earning a living, life in a new country can be equally daunting and rewarding. But what do foreign residents think about life in Norway?
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Norway's expanded furlough scheme will be extended for a second time due to the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, the government said on Monday.
Before travelling in Norway it would be wise to figure out what's the best form of transport to get you to your destination. The Local has compiled a list of options and tips that can be extremely useful before you begin your adventure.
People living abroad often retain strong links to their home countries. They should also get a vote, argues James Savage.
UEFA on Tuesday opened a disciplinary inquiry into Austria's Marko Arnautovic for insulting North Macedonian players in Sunday's Euro 2020 game.