The head of a committee appointed by the Norwegian government agency to investigate historical child abuse cases says that victims of serious abuse were let down by welfare services.
While other parts of Europe are enjoying record-breaking heat, Bergen is having one of the wettest months in living memory.
Norway on Wednesday proposed to open up a record number of blocks in the Barents Sea to oil exploration despite protests from environmentalists and others fearing possible damage to the Arctic region.
Norway's government said Wednesday that a controversial memorial for the victims of Anders Behring Breivik's 2011 terrorist attack would be rethought, in order to avoid an embarrassing lawsuit by local residents.
Police in Oslo are investigating whether two fires involving eight cars in the early hours of Wednesday were started deliberately.
A new, gay-friendly mosque planned in Oslo will allow female imams and men and women praying together.
Religious leaders around the world met Monday in Oslo to urge further efforts to fight deforestation that is wiping out thousands of square kilometres of rainforests each year.
The Norwegian government's secrecy over a terror contingency report is a break with the country's culture of openness, says Jonas Gahr Støre, leader of the opposition Labour Party.
A 16-year-old has pleaded guilty of the murders of Tone Ilebekk and Jakob Hassan in December 2016.
The peace movement in Norway has its hands full. We are at a risky and uncertain point in the history of the High North – a dangerous one, even. But there are opportunities and brighter prospects, argues our guest columnist Hedda Langemyr.
A unique history, vast forests and a wide array of activities make little-known Finnskogen a destination of choice for nature lovers, says our travel editor Marie Peyre.
Several youths were arrested and questioned after a gymnastics hall and administration building at the Toppåsen School in the Oslo district of Holmlia burned to the ground.
Those pricey EU mobile phone roaming charges that frequently led to a ruined holiday are finally being scrapped from Thursday. That also means the end of roaming charges for EEA member Norway. Here's what you need to know about the change.
A commission will be appointed to map out the history of Norway's Sami and Kven people, after a proposal received parliamentary support Tuesday.
Bernt Apeland, general secretary of the Norwegian Red Cross, said things can not continue as they are today after visiting the vertigo-inducing tourist attraction.
Norwegian police are looking for three people who are suspected of carrying out an armed raid on a jeweller's shop in Oslo on Monday.
A world record for the biggest chess board was set in the town of Brekstad in Norway's Sør-Trøndelag region on Sunday.
The Norwegian government on Monday proposed a bill to ban the full-face Muslim veil in all schools, from nurseries to universities, saying it hinders communication between students and teachers.
A city representative in a troubled neighbourhood in Oslo has said that youths in the area are staying out too late after a string of vandalism and arson incidents.
Norwegian mass murderer Anders Behring Breivik has changed his name to Fjotolf Hansen, his lawyer said on Friday, the day after the country's Supreme Court rejected the neo-Nazi killer's case over "inhumane" prison conditions.
Ride-sharing app Uber says it wants to continue operating in Norway, but will leave the country if authorities do not approve a number of proposals for changes to its trading conditions.
Norwegian politicians and commentators foresee an increasingly difficult Brexit after Britain's governing Conservative Party lost its parliamentary majority in last night's general election.
Neo-Nazi mass murderer Anders Behring Breivik will take his case over his "inhumane" prison conditions to the European Court of Human Rights, his lawyer said Thursday.
The many routes taken by cyclists through town are set to be mapped in nine different parts of Norway in the hope of improving cycling infrastructure.
A quirky music video made by Norwegian police to protest against unpopular government reforms has been released, featuring edgy shower scenes and language-bending satire.
Norway's coalition government has reached agreement with its parliamentary allies for a revised national budget which reallocates 400 million kroner of state funds.
A 36-year-old man was shot by police in the city of Bergen Tuesday morning after he threatened officers with a weapon.
Interested in Norwegian art and history? Blaafarveværket and the Cobalt Mines at Modum make for a great day trip from Oslo, says our travel editor Marie Peyre.
If you've been enjoying the 'inneklemte' bank holidays this spring, you're in for a treat in 2018.
North Sea oil was once again traded for more than $50 per barrel on Monday, after several Arabic states cut their ties with Qatar.