Norwegian economy | This is what the newspapers write about economics on Friday 20 May

New analysis: Electricity prices are due to power cables abroad (Class struggles) Norway imports high electricity prices through power cables abroad, according to the research foundation De Facto. – There will be no more exports, but the Norwegian customers will be forced to pay the same as a potential British customer would pay, says Isak … Read more

Took nuclear submarine to maximum depth – Russia tested super submarine on the Norwegian Sea

Russia on Thursday tested its state-of-the-art nuclear-powered submarine “Kazan” in the Barents Sea on the border with the Norwegian Sea. It reports the state-controlled Russian news agency Tass. The submarine is the first in the country to belong to the so-called Yasen-M class, and has taken over a decade to develop. according to Business Insider … Read more

Norwegian Politics, Politics | This is what the newspapers write about politics on Thursday 19 May

Norway can end up as shit in the middle (editor, Dagbladet)Sweden and Finland make the only sense when applying for NATO membership. In the Storting, they will be warmly welcomed into the defense alliance, but it can also make Norway less powerful in Europe. We can end up being shit in the middle. The seas … Read more

Announces major investment: Criticizes Norwegian contribution

The Prime Minister of Denmark Mette Frederiksen, the Prime Minister of Germany Olaf Scholz, the Prime Minister of the Netherlands Mark Rutte and the Prime Minister of Belgium Alexander De Croo met on Wednesday in Esbjerg in Denmark and signed an agreement on offshore wind. EU Commission President Ursula von der Leyen was also present. … Read more

Announces major investment: Criticizes Norwegian contribution

The Prime Minister of Denmark Mette Frederiksen, the Prime Minister of Germany Olaf Scholz, the Prime Minister of the Netherlands Mark Rutte and the Prime Minister of Belgium Alexander De Croo met on Wednesday in Esbjerg in Denmark and signed an agreement on offshore wind. EU Commission President Ursula von der Leyen was also present. … Read more

Norwegian Politics, Politics | This is what the newspapers write about politics on Wednesday 18 May

Set up a memorial to the Tiananmen massacre in Oslo (NRK)When a version of the statue was erected in Copenhagen, the Chinese authorities reacted strongly. Next week a memorial will come to Oslo. The seas FRP politicians boasted of lifelong access to the Storting (Today’s business)Former parliamentary representative for Frp, Ib Thomsen, highlighted the lifelong … Read more

Must use Norwegian flags – VG

DEBATE: There is disagreement about which flags should be allowed in the children’s train this year. Photo: Gorm Kallestad / NTB Oslo will not refuse anyone to carry Ukrainian flags, but in Hønefoss the message is clear: There will only be Norwegian flags in the children’s train. – May 17 is our national day, we … Read more

Latvia’s next opponents, the Finns, are convincingly defeating Norwegian hockey players. Highlights / Article

May 13, 8:11 PM Updated May 13, 10:46 pm The Norwegians had a good chance of scoring first in the first third, but they remained unused. The Finnish national team scores the first goal World Hockey Championship game Finland – Norway 1: 00min The Finnish national team revealed the result at the end of the … Read more

Mass shooting – Tributes to Norwegian right-wing extremist terrorists

NEW YORK (Dagbladet): The mass shooting at a supermarket in the city of Buffalo in New York on Saturday, has shaken the USA. Sunday night local time, US President Joe Biden announces that he will visit the city on Tuesday to honor the victims. US authorities are investigating the whole thing as a hate crime. … Read more

Norwegian Politics, Politics | This is what the newspapers write about politics on Monday 16 May

The union will take the oil fight at the LO congress (Class struggles)The union’s leader Mette Nord believes that limits must be set for the oil industry. It could mean a fight at the LO congress. – We have members who work in emergency services, who feel on their bodies that the climate is changing, … Read more