Surge in number of immigrants deported

Surge in number of immigrants deported

The number of illegal immigrants deported from Norway leapt 37 percent in the first three months of the year, as the country's new right-wing government brings in a more hardline policy.

Norway sends lost 1927 film back to China

Norway sends lost 1927 film back to China

Norway will hand to China a copy of "The Cave of the Silken Web", a classic Chinese film that had long thought to be lost, the National Library of Norway said on Monday. The delivery of the silent film from 1927 is expected to arrive in Beijing on Tuesday.

Marine Harvest profits double

Marine Harvest profits double

Marine Harvest, the Norwegian salmon-farming company, has more than doubled its profits over the past three months, as tight demand led to soaring prices for its products.

Yara chairman steps down after bribery fine

Yara chairman steps down after bribery fine

The chairman of Norwegian fertiliser giant Yara is stepping down just months after police in Norway charged four former executives for corruption and the company agreed to pay Norway's biggest ever corporate fine.

Amazing eight-year-old channels Nancy Sinatra

Amazing eight-year-old channels Nancy Sinatra

Angelina Jordan, the Norwegian eight-year-old who wowed the world with her eerily perfect Billie Holiday cover last month, has done it again with a rendition of Nancy Sinatra's Bang Bang (my baby shot me down). It's so good, you suspect some trickery at play.

Utøya survivor fights for payout

Utøya survivor fights for payout

A young man who was badly injured during the 2011 Utøya terror attack has been awarded less than a fifth of the compensation he asked from the government, a decision his lawyer claims has deprived him of his right to live a full life.