Norway

Queen Sonja opens new exhibition in Queen Sonja’s Art Stable

After being closed for a few weeks, Queen Sonja’s Art Stable in Oslo is now open again with a brand new exhibition. It was Her Majesty The Queen who opened the brand new show on Thursday evening. During the summer, visitors could see the Norwegian national costumes which are privately owned by the members of the Royal Family. Now a new and more modern exhibition has taken over the old stable…
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Crown Prince Haakon visited the Civil Defence

Yesterday, His Royal Highness Crown Prince Haakon of Norway visited the Civil Defence in Drammen. His visit was to thank them for the extraordinary efforts of the Civil Defence and emergency services during the summer’s drought and forest fires that ravaged in the…
Norway

Major security breach before King Harald's visit to Oslo university

Last week, the Oslo Police Department had a major security breach before King Harald’s visit to the University of Oslo. Only a few hours before King Harald visited the University of Oslo last week, the police’s confidential and detailed plan of action was openly available to everybody to see in the front window of a city police car. One who passed the civil police car in the afternoon…
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King Harald hands out the Kavli Award for 2018

On Tuesday, His Majesty King Harald of Norway handed out the Kavli Award for 2018. This happened first in an award ceremony which was held in the Oslo Concert Hall. Next followed a reception and dinner with His Majesty, the winner, and other guests in the Oslo City Hall. His…
Norway

Crown Prince Haakon to visit New York

His Royal Highness Crown Prince Haakon of Norway is travelling to the USA at the end of September. His Royal Highness will be visiting New York for a few days to attend the High Level Week of the United Nations in New York. He will stay in the United States from 24 to 27 September. Crown Prince Haakon will attend several events in connection with the UN General Assembly; this was announced…
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