‘Do not put my daughter’s name on Utøya memorial’

‘Do not put my daughter’s name on Utøya memorial’

The mother of a 14-year-old girl who was shot dead by far-right extremist Anders Breivik wants to stop her daughter's name being used on the 'Memory Wound' memorial designed by Swedish artist Jonas Wahlberg.

Anti-corruption unit grills Telenor on Uzbek deal

Anti-corruption unit grills Telenor on Uzbek deal

Telenor, Norway’s majority state-owned phone company, has been pulled into the corruption case surrounding Russian phone company Vimpelcom in Uzbekistan, with Norwegian investigators visiting its offices this week.

Book lists 16,000 Nazi collaborator suspects

Book lists 16,000 Nazi collaborator suspects

A maverick Norwegian publisher has launched a new book containing the full list of the 16,000 Norwegians suspected of collaborating with the country's Nazi occupiers during the Second World War.

Gang used fake profile to lure gay man to beating

Gang used fake profile to lure gay man to beating

A gang of men in Norway set up a fake profile on a gay dating site to lure an unsuspecting man to a deserted car park for al-fresco sex, where they threatened him with a baseball bat and shot him with a BB gun.

Norway strikes mackerel quota deal with EU

Norway strikes mackerel quota deal with EU

The European Union has reached an agreement over controversial mackerel quotas with Norway and the Faroe Islands, prompting an angry reaction from Iceland on Thursday.

Norway road among world’s most lethal

Norway road among world’s most lethal

A popular Norwegian tourist route has been ranked one of Europe's five most dangerous roads in a new interactive map of deadly highways across the world.

‘Bjørn, godammit, you’ve taken all the aircraft!’

‘Bjørn, godammit, you’ve taken all the aircraft!’

Norwegian Air Shuttle's chief executive Bjørn Kjos has boasted that his risky bet on Boeing’s new 787 Dreamliner has given him a five-year head start on long haul routes over his Irish rival Ryanair.