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Corona postpones ‘russ’ party season

Norway's infamous "russ" season, normally a time when many high school students celebrate graduation with wild mass partying and bizarre rituals, has been postponed by the Corona crisis. While more than a few Norwegians can look forward to sleep...

Army joins schools’ friendship dance

VIDEO: It started with school children and spread all over Norway this year: Norwegian Broadcasting (NRK)'s annual friendship dance. Even the Army has since joined in, claiming that the dance's promotion of integration and inclusion meets its own motto...

The autumn leaves, of red and gold

SEE THE VIDEO: They've been drifting past windows, or even framing them. It's that time of year in Norway, when the nights are cold, the days somewhat warmer but brisk, and the fall colours breathtaking. Here's a video of...

Trøndelag merger strikes a chord

SEE THE VIDEO: At a time when tempers are flaring and conflicts abound over state-ordered county and municipal mergers, at least one has proceeded with a fair degree of harmony. So much harmony, in fact, that county officials in...

Crash site memorial offers a shady oasis

PHOTO FEATURE: Jets still fly every day over the site of a wartime plane crash in 1945 that tragically killed British liberators just before they were due to land themselves at what's now Oslo's main airport at Gardermoen. They...

Sights and sounds at a patriotic party

SEE THE VIDEO: Song, music and brass bands led to lots of festive sights and sounds on the 17th of May in one of Norway's leading coastal communities, despite its relatively small population of less than 40,000 residents. See...

Sounds from the 17th on Svalbard

VIDEO FEATURE: This was one of many busy brass bands in Norway on the 17th of May. Svalbard's Longyearbyen Storband, all dressed in hardhats and working clothes from the state-owned coal company Store Norske, were out early for a wreath-laying...

Party at the palace, and for the people

SEE THE VIDEO: An estimated 3,000 Norwegians streamed to the Royal Palace in Oslo on Tuesday evening, to pay tribute to King Harald and Queen Sonja as they began official celebrations of their 80th birthdays. Those defying chilly temperatures...

Pipeline protests reach Parliament

SEE THE VIDEO: Protests in Norway against construction of the controversial Dakota Access Pipeline in the US have not subsided. Scores of protesters gathered in front of the Norwegian Parliament Thursday evening, shortly after Greenpeace Norway presented a demand backed by 420...

Sights and sounds of the 17th of May

SEE THE VIDEO: The 17th of May in Norway's northern city of Kirkenes offered some refreshing differences from the country's larger celebrations in cities like Oslo or Bergen. Its children's parade marched through residential areas instead of the city...

Horses led parade: See what happened

SEE THE VIDEO: Mounted police in dress uniform led Norway's Constitution Day parade on the 17th of May in Oslo on Sunday. Behind them were tens of thousands of children and their teachers from 106 schools in the Norwegian capital,...

Ceremonial start to the 17th of May

SEE THE VIDEO: "They fought, they fell, they gave us everything." It doesn't rhyme in English, but an early morning ceremony on Norway's national day on Sunday, the 17th of May, hailed the fallen heroes who helped win back the...

See the West Coast from a new angle

PHOTO FEATURE: Norway's West Coast has been under pressure lately because of the slowdown in its offshore industry, but its seascapes, dramatic weather and everyday life remain as pulsating as ever. Now that's all been captured by civil engineer and hobby...

An unconventional look at Bardu

VIDEO FEATURE: Bardu is the title of  the latest unconventional view of Norway by artist Kristian Larsen, whose innovative Oslo in motion video got a lot of reader-viewer attention earlier this year. This time, Larsen is using his trademark time-lapse technique...

12,000 photos set Oslo in motion

VIDEO FEATURE: Oslo in Motion is the title of  a new video by artist Kristian Larsen, who has combined thousands of still photos to portray Norway's capital in a novel way. The photos were shot mostly with a hand-held...

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