Man (46) sentenced to 13.5 years in prison for abuse of over 40 children – NRK Vestland

A 46-year-old man from Bergen has been sentenced in Hordaland District Court to 13.5 years in prison for assaulting over 40 children. The verdict is in line with the prosecutor’s claim. The man is also sentenced to confiscation of a large number of technical equipment. In addition, he must pay NOK 5,925,000 in compensation to … Read more

The police ask people to leave their cars parked – NRK Vestland

The police report very demanding conditions and traffic chaos in several places. Many vehicles are said to have slid off the road, and several are said to have abandoned their vehicles. The message from the police is clear: Leave the car. The Police in Nordhordland posted this message on Facebook today. Photo: Facebook On national … Read more

Bergen gives students NOK 2,000 if they report moving to the city – NRK Vestland

It happens after culture councilor Eduardo Andersen (Ap) proudly announced last week that Bergen will now appreciate students in the city who are willing to become Bergens on paper. – We need more mountaineers and more diversity. We also need wise heads, which students often are, he says. Together with the rest of the city … Read more

The municipal director lacks the politicians’ trust, but the mayor gave him a pay rise – NRK Vestland

In Alver north of Bergen there have been storms around for a long time The highest administrative head in the municipality, in many municipalities called ‘councillor’. Appointed by the municipal council. ” data-term=”municipal director”>municipal director Ørjan Raknes Forthun. But now NRK can tell that a political majority in the municipal council no longer has confidence … Read more

The National Audit Office believes that the work with drinking water is worthy of criticism – NRK Vestland

In 2014, around 30 per cent of the purified drinking water leaked out before it reached the taps in Norwegian homes. It was to be reduced to less than 25 per cent in 2020. This target was not reached. – On the contrary, a third of our drinking water still disappears into the ground, says … Read more