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21st Dec, 2016PM makes changes to her government

Prime Minister Erna Solberg has made a number of changes to her government after two of her ministers asked to be removed from their portfolios. The formal notice of the […] more ->

16th Dec, 2015Erna Solberg shuffles her Cabinet

Prime Minister Erna Solberg has made a number of changes to her Cabinet today. The press release and full list of the new Cabinet as published on the Norwegian government’s […] more ->

15th Sep, 2015Governing parties lose ground in local elections

The ruling Conservative Party (Høyre) appears to have suffered some major losses in local elections which took place yesterday. The elections were for 428 local government bodies including municipalities for […] more ->

10th Sep, 2015IMF 2015 Article IV Consultation with Norway

IMF Executive Board Concludes 2015 Article IV Consultation with Norway Press Release No. 15/406 September 9, 2015 On September 4, 2015, the Executive Board of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) […] more ->

12th Mar, 2015Full text of Foreign Policy speech

Minister of Foreign Affairs Børge Brende has delivered a major foreign policy speech the full text of which is below: “Foreign policy address; 5 March 2015 The Storting, 5 March […] more ->

9th Nov, 2013Norwegian Tax Programme for 2014

Prime Minister Erna Solberg’s Conservative Party (Høyre) led coalition government has made changes to the 2014 budget. The original budget was presented by Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg’s Labour government just […] more ->

17th Oct, 2013Erna Solberg appoints 18 member Cabinet

The new Prime Minister of Norway, Erna Solberg, has announced her new Cabinet. There are eighteen ministers in the new Cabinet, nine of which are women and nine men. The […] more ->

15th Oct, 2013Budget 2014

The last duty of Jens Stoltenberg’s government, before handing over to Conservative Party (Høyre) leader Erna Solberg to form a new Norwegian Government, was to set the 2014 budget. Emphasis […] more ->

15th Oct, 2013PM Jens Stoltenberg hands in government resignation

Jens Stoltenberg and his government resigned yesterday afternoon as the preparations for a handover of government to the Conservative Party and Progress party began. Stoltenberg’s Labour Party lost the 9th […] more ->

8th Oct, 2013Conservative Party and Progress Party announce coalition programme for government

After two weeks of negotiations a two party coalition made up of Erna Solberg’s Conservative Party (Høyre) and Siv Jensen’s Progress Party (FrP) will form a minority government with 77 […] more ->