A daily reminder of mortality towering over Oslo may not to be everyone’s taste, but a young architect has earned a commendation for his plans to build Norway’s first vertical cemetery.
People have not forgotten his words after the far-right extremist killed 77 people in Oslo and on Utoya Island
The Scotland international is getting closer to making a return to first team action
Almaty, Krakow, Lviv and Oslo are the others hoping to stage the games
Progress Party in government for first time since 1973 in Conservative coalition
Munich, which hosted the 1972 summer Olympics, will bid to stage the winter Games half a century later in 2022, German Olympic authorities said yesterday.
Norway for the Northern Lights
The far-right extremist will study modules on political science from his high security prison cell
It is often said that you can learn the most about a place by chatting to its taxi drivers.
Far-right killer was jailed for a maximum 21 years in 2012 after being found guilty of murdering 77 people
Staff at the university said there may be some discomfort at having the convicted mass murderer as a student, but they would have to follow the normal applications procedures
Two years ago the country’s worst ever mass-murderer turned a bucolic island into a bloody graveyard. Now, those he injured have returned
The Norwegian authorities have refused an application by the mass killer, Anders Breivik, to form a fascist organisation from his prison cell, saying he provided them with insufficient paperwork.
Norwegian/Bulgarian Mikhael Paskalev makes sharp, summery pop music with an edge, and gives concise answers to questions during interviews. He's playing the i arena at this year's Latitude
The far-right fanatic is said to be 'grieving' his loss
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