Denmark has been ranked as the happiest country in the world three times since 2012
Iain Stuart, 41, from Laurencekirk, Aberdeenshire was working for oilfield services company Halliburton when the Airbus Super Puma helicopter he was travelling onboard crashed
A British national, an Italian and 11 Norwegians were reportedly on board the helicopter when it crashed
'I have asked the Office of the Attorney General to appeal the verdict,' justice minister says
Edward Snowden has been invited to Norway to receive a freedom of speech award
Breivik, it emerged, is living in a state of solitary confinement – an existence that is not only inhumane but can be psychologically damaging in the long term
The killer has exchanged hundreds of letters with a woman known only as 'Victoria' who claims to be in love with him
'The prohibition of inhuman and degrading treatment applies no matter what,' a court in Oslo said in its ruling
'He had already served his sentence in prison. Should he now be punished again?'
All six recruits received first and second degree frostbite and had to be hospitalised
Asked 'Do you believe in God?', those responding 'no' outweighed those who said 'yes' for first time ever
Mass killer claims he is being tortured in prison by being kept in solitude
EM Forster's book has entertained Lucinda Hawksley at all stages of her life so far
'At first we started to celebrate like if we had won the lottery. Then I thought, this not my money'
The sovereign wealth fund contains reserves of money that can be used when regular income is disruped
Killer serving a 21-year prison sentence for murdering 77 people in 2011