Sea eagle boom puts puffins at risk

Sea eagle boom puts puffins at risk

Just a few years after they ceased to be an endangered species, Norway's sea eagles -- Europe's largest bird of prey -- are more numerous than at any time in recent history, NRK has reported.

Jensen downplays own party’s migrant report

Jensen downplays own party’s migrant report

Siv Jensen, the leader of Norway's populist Progress Party, has distanced herself from the hardline immigration report put out by her party colleagues in an interview with The Local.

Protester arrested after toll booth sabotage

Protester arrested after toll booth sabotage

At least one person has been arrested by Norwegian police after a group of activists attempted to remove a toll gate built on the old E18 road in Sande, south of Oslo.

Norwegian air launches low-tax Ireland branch

Norwegian air launches low-tax Ireland branch

Budget airline Norwegian has announced that it is setting up a new management company in low-tax Ireland, which will buy and own the 300 new aircraft it has on order, and then lease them back to the company in Norway.

Irishman in Oslo to track down holiday fling

Irishman in Oslo to track down holiday fling

Irishman Keith McCormick is in Oslo this week looking for help to find Margarethe, a Norwegian girl he hit it off with on a holiday, in a hunt that will be filmed for a British reality television show. Will he succeed?

Norway cop fired for insulting PM online

Norway cop fired for insulting PM online

A Norwegian policeman has been sacked after he called Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg "krapylet", which roughly translates as "the creep" or "the filth", on Facebook.