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1. Our Aquatic Giants: The Anatomy of a Whale
April 26, 2018

As our largest marine mammals, whales are one of the most fascinating animals on the planet. They are also among the most studied, and research on the world's whale species is now assisting scientists to learn more about things like global warming, marine wildlife migration patterns, oceanography and even atmospheric science. But it's not only scientists that are enamoured with these aquatic giants. Whale watching holidays to places as diverse as Sri Lanka, Norway and the Azores are popular with nature lovers looking for a close encounter, while wildlife documentaries like Sir David At... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

2. Take a Cruise into the Arctic Wilderness of Northern Norway
April 17, 2018

Cruises of Norway and its Arctic waters have never been more popular, and most likely you’ve seen plenty magazine and newspaper adverts for cruises vying to lure you on to their ‘NorwayTour’, aboard massive, impressive cruise ships. But the reality is that to truly see this beautiful region, up close and personal, you’ll need a smaller vessel. If what you’re looking for is a cruise experience, with thousands of guests enjoying a mammoth floating hotel, then these large cruise ships are probably what you want. If, on the other hand, your reason for travelling into the north is to see its s... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

3. The Sperm Whale: Super Communicator
March 01, 2018

The Sperm Whale, largest of all the toothed species, is found in every ocean of the world. With the opportunity to join whale watching cruises in the cetacean-rich waters of locations as diverse the Baja Peninsula, the Azores, Sri Lanka and Norway, nature lovers hoping for a close encounter with these massive marine mammals will not be disappointed. Nature's Giant in Focus The BBC's superb Blue Planet II nature documentary series features Sperm Whales in several episodes. One uses gripping footage of a whale carcass being torn apart by a feeding frenzy of sharks, and another contains... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

4. The Urgent Issue of Whales and Plastic Pollution
March 01, 2018

Whale watching holidays are among the most popular of all nature-based tourism activities. Specialised operators offer dedicated whale watching holidays to destinations as diverse as the Azores, Norway's Lofoten Islands and California, providing the opportunity to see cetaceans in their wild, natural habitat – a true privilege. Like so much of the world's wildlife, however, the very survival of these magnificent creatures is in jeopardy due to human actions. One of the most high profile conservation issues of contemporary times is that of plastic pollution in our oceans. The problem affe... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

5. BLUE LAW
January 31, 2018

The blue law can also be called Sunday law. The blue law is designed to ban some or even all Sunday activities for the religious reasons. The main aim of banning some or all Sunday activities is to promote the observance of the day of worship. The blue law may also ban buying of some items on specific days. The blue laws are commonly enforced in United States, Canada, and European particularly Germany, Switzerland, Australia, and Norway. In the United States, Supreme Court has held blue law as constitutional many times. The labor unions and trade associations have supported the legis... (read more)

Author: Alice Ken

6. Say "Wow" to Winter Surfing: Top Tips for Carving Icy Waves
December 07, 2017

Winter surfing is the ultimate activity for adrenaline junkies. For those who are willing to brave the icy waves, it offers thrills like nothing else. Whether you want to face the powerful North Atlantic swells of Driftwood, Ireland, the rugged coastlines of Lapoint Surf Camp in Norway, or the uncrowded waves of Punta de Lobos, Chile, the sport has something for beginners and experienced surfers alike. Whatever level you are and wherever you surf, you need to make sure that you are properly prepared. The icy temperatures of winter surfing can be a real risk to your health, so let’s take a... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

7. Wetsuits and Wildlife: Diving Around the World
October 27, 2017

Thanks to ever-improving technology we know more about the underwater world than ever before. Beautifully filmed fish flit across our screens in stunning Sunday evening documentaries. However, if watching from the sofa isn’t your jam, pack your wetsuit and take out dive insurance because it’s time to uncover what the seas and oceans have to offer - first hand. Chills and Thrills in Norway When people imagine a diving holiday they usually picture turquoise, sun-warmed seas, but true explorers know that cold seas have just as much to offer. Imagine: a sleek black shape passes... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

8. A Trucker's Guide to Navigating Norway
July 25, 2017

For truck drivers, long distance haulage can be a highly lucrative aspect of the business – especially if you can pick up some return loads on the homeward leg of the journey. The Road to Norway (and Back) is Paved with Profit While Norway is not part of the EU, it is part of the EEA (European Economic Area) and, as an extremely resource-rich country, the constant movement of goods in and out creates myriad opportunities for those in the transport industry. If you're not already a member of the Haulage Exchange (the UK's leading independent freight exchange), this should be your first port ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

9. Exquisite Jewelry for All Occasions from Leading Jeweler in Oslo - Gullsmed1
April 05, 2017

Gullsmed1.com, the leading jeweler based at Oslo, Norway is pleased to present their exquisite jewelry and rings for all occasions and for women with an acquired taste in jewelry. The store specializes in solitaire rings for him and her, which includes wedding rings, diamond rings, engagement rings and special occasion rings. The rings are adorned with the finest diamonds with an extraordinary cut and precision. The superb collection offered by Gullsmed1 makes it an excellent choice for gifting and surprising the loved ones with the best gifts ever. Each and every ring is designed with extra c... (read more)

Author: John Doe

10. Uganda Starts up First Solar Power Plant in Bid to Tap Renewables
December 12, 2016

Uganda on Monday started up its first grid-connected, 10 megawatt solar power plant as the east African country moves to tap its renewable energy resources and expand its electricity generation capacity. Funded by Norway, Germany, UK and the European Union, the $19 million plant was developed by Access Power and Eren Re, two energy sector investors based in Dubai and France respectively. Uganda, a prospective crude oil producer of some 34 million people, generates about 850 megawatts...... (read more)

11. Santa in Trouble? Reindeer Shrink as Arctic Warms
December 11, 2016

Reindeer are shrinking on an Arctic island near the North Pole in a side-effect of climate change that has curbed winter food for animals often depicted as pulling Father Christmas' sleigh, scientists said on Monday. The average weight of adult reindeer on Svalbard, a chain of islands north of Norway, has fallen to 48 kg (106 lb) from 55 kg (121 lb) in the 1990s as part of sweeping changes to Arctic life as temperatures rise, they said. "Warmer summers are great for reindeer...... (read more)

12. Gala Nobel Prize Ceremonies in Sweden, Norway 
December 09, 2016

Saturday night in Scandinavia, a group of world-famous prizes will be awarded in physics, chemistry, medicine, literature, economics and world peace, all funded by the legacy of an industrialist best known for inventing dynamite. For each of these winners, the prestige of the title “Nobel Prize laureate” — named for Alfred Nobel, Swedish inventor and philanthropist — will accompany their names henceforth. This year the biggest item of contention is the awarding of the literature prize...... (read more)

13. Norwegian Police May Have Found Stolen Nazi Concentration Camp Gate
December 02, 2016

Police in Germany say a gate that once adorned the entrance of what was once the Nazis' Dachau concentration camp may have been found in western Norway. The gate, which features the slogan “Arbeit macht frei,” or “Work will set you free,” was found near the city of Bergen on Norway’s southwestern coast, Bavaria state police said, after acting on an anonymous tip. Police did not confirm it was the stolen gate, but in a statement, said, "From the picture transmitted, police...... (read more)

14. Norway's Supreme Court Refuses to Grant Snowden Safe Travel
November 25, 2016

Norway's Supreme Court has rejected Edward Snowden's request for a legal guarantee that would allow him to collect an award in the Scandinavian country without risk of being extradited to the United States. In its ruling Friday, the Supreme Court upheld decisions by lower courts that also refused the request.   An Oslo law firm filed the lawsuit in April on behalf of the former National Security Agency contractor and the Norwegian chapter of the free speech and literary...... (read more)

15. Worrying About Good Health May Lead to Bad Health
November 07, 2016

People who, in spite of being healthy, constantly worry about their health may be actually ruining it. According to a study conducted in Norway, persistent uneasiness about a possibility of getting a disease, called health anxiety, proved to be a serious risk factor for developing a heart disorder. After following the health of 7,052 people for 12 years, researchers at Sandviken University hospital in Bergen found that those with health anxiety were 73 percent more likely to develop a...... (read more)

16. Small Radioactive Leak Reported at Norwegian Reactor
October 25, 2016

Norwegian authorities say there has been a small leak of radioactive iodine at a nuclear reactor in Halden, in southern Norway.   Officials said Tuesday that the leak posed no risk to workers at the plant or the environment.   Plant officials said a technical failure during the handling of fuel led to the release of radioactive Iodine-131 and -132 to the reactor hall. They said staff were immediately evacuated and “no employees have received any radioactive doses of...... (read more)

17. Study Finds Air Pollution Increases Hypertension
October 24, 2016

People who live in areas with polluted air increase their risk for developing hypertension, a leading risk factor for the development of heart disease.  Known as high blood pressure, the hypertension study is the largest of its kind to establish the deadly link. A recent study looked at hypertension in 41,000 people in five different countries – Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Germany and Spain – for five to eight years. It is part of the long-term “Europe Study of Cohorts for Air...... (read more)

18. Russia’s Navy Deployed to Syria in Show of Force
October 21, 2016

Russia’s largest naval deployment in years raised eyebrows as the flotilla sailed past Norway through the English Channel on the way to the eastern Mediterranean Sea to support Moscow’s air campaign in Syria. The British Royal Navy shadowed the Russian fleet Friday as it passed through the channel, in what was thought to be partly a response test of members of NATO, the Western military alliance. "It's the general feeling here that Russia is once again obtaining the status of...... (read more)

19. Russian Warships to Bolster Aleppo Assault, NATO Diplomat Says
October 19, 2016

Russian warships off the coast of Norway are carrying fighter bombers that are likely to reinforce a final assault on the besieged Syrian city of Aleppo in two weeks, a senior NATO diplomat said Wednesday, citing Western intelligence. The fleet passed by Bergen, Norway, on Wednesday, the diplomat said, while Russian media have said it will move through the English Channel, past Gibraltar and into the Mediterranean Sea to the Syrian coast. "They are deploying all of the Northern...... (read more)

20. US Wants to Ban Fishing in Arctic Ocean
October 06, 2016

The United States is trying to broker an agreement between a host of nations to prohibit unregulated fishing in the international waters of the Arctic Ocean. Such an agreement would be binding and include more countries than a non-binding agreement that the U.S. entered into with Norway, Denmark, Russia and Canada last year to avoid fishing in the area. Adm. Robert Papp, the U.S. special representative for the Arctic, said a binding, multinational agreement would prevent fishing in the...... (read more)

21. Greek Islanders, White Helmets Top Nobel Peace Prize Betting
October 06, 2016

Punters are putting their money on this year's Nobel Peace Prize going to Greek islanders who have opened their hearts and homes to hundreds of thousands of migrants crossing the Mediterranean. The award will be announced Friday in Oslo, Norway, and as usual the Norwegian Nobel Committee isn't dropping any hints about its choice.   Betting site Unibet gave the lowest odds Thursday to the Greek islanders, while another betting site, Paddy Power, had the White Helmets rescue...... (read more)

22. Norway Leader Joins 'Napalm Girl' Protest Against Facebook
September 09, 2016

Norway's prime minister on Friday challenged Facebook's restrictions on nude photos by posting an iconic 1972 image of a naked, screaming girl running from a napalm attack in Vietnam. Facebook quickly deleted it.   The Pulitzer Prize-winning image by Associated Press photographer Nick Ut is at the center of a heated debate about freedom of speech in Norway after Facebook removed it from a Norwegian author's page last month.   Many Norwegians have since posted the...... (read more)

23. Norway State Church Sees Exodus after Allowing Online Exit
September 05, 2016

Norway's state church has seen a record fall in membership after making it possible to join and leave the church electronically.   The Church of Norway says almost 25,000 members left in August by using a new function on the church's website. Meanwhile, about 1,200 new members joined online.   Even though the church has seen a steady decline in membership in recent decades, that's by far the biggest monthly loss in recorded history. By comparison, the church lost...... (read more)

24. Lightning Strike Kills More than 300 Reindeer in Norway
August 29, 2016

More than 300 wild reindeer have been killed by lighting in central Norway in what wildlife officials are calling an unusually large natural disaster.   The Norwegian Environment Agency has released eerie images showing a jumble of reindeer carcasses scattered across a small area on the Hardangervidda mountain plateau. The agency says 323 animals were killed, including 70 calves, in the lightning storm Friday.   Agency spokesman Kjartan Knutsen told the AP it's not uncommon...... (read more)

25. Philippines, Rebels Sign Cease-fire Deal
August 26, 2016

The Philippine government and the country’s Communist guerrillas have signed an indefinite cease-fire agreement. The truce, signed in Norway Friday, seeks to end one of Asia's longest-running insurgencies. It has claimed the lives of thousands of people.   "This is a historic and unprecedented event," said Jesus Dureza, the peace adviser to Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte. Dureza also said, "There is still a lot of work to be done ahead." The two...... (read more)

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