List of Norwegian Newspapers – Norway Online Newspapers

Full list of Norwegian Newspapers and News Sites

Verdens Gang (VG)

Verdens Gang, generally known under the abbreviation VG, is a Norwegian tabloid newspaper. In 2016, circulation numbers stood at 93,883, having declined from a peak circulation of 390,510 in 2002. VG is nevertheless the most read online newspaper in Norway, with about 2 million daily readers.

Dagbladet

Dagbladet is one of Norway’s largest newspapers and has 1,400,000 daily readers on mobile, web and paper. The paper edition had a circulation of 46,250 copies in 2016, down from a peak of 228,834 in 1994. The editor-in-chief is Alexandra Beverfjord.

Aftenposten

Aftenposten is Norway’s largest printed newspaper by circulation. It is based in Oslo. It had a circulation of 211,769 in 2015 and an estimated 1.2 million readers. It converted from broadsheet to compact format in March 2005. Aftenposten’s online edition is at Aftenposten.no.

Dagens Næringsliv (DN)

Dagens Næringsliv, commonly known as DN, is a Norwegian newspaper specializing in business news. As of 2015, it is the third-largest newspaper in Norway. Amund Djuve has been the paper’s editor-in-chief since 2000.

Adresseavisen

Adresseavisen is a regional newspaper published daily, except Sundays, in Trondheim, Norway. Adresseavisen is owned by Polaris Media, in which Schibsted controls 29% of the shares.

Bergens Tidende

Bergens Tidende is Norway’s fifth-largest newspaper and the country’s largest newspaper outside Oslo. Bergens Tidende is owned by the public company Schibsted ASA. Norwegian owners held a mere 42% of the shares in Schibsted at the end of 2015. Bergens Tidende is thus foreign-owned.

Hegnar.no

Trygve Hegnar is a Norwegian businessperson, investor and chief editor of the business magazines Kapital and Finansavisen, founded by Hegnar himself in 1971 and 1992 respectively. He is a billionaire in NOK.

Stavanger Aftenblad

Stavanger Aftenblad or simply Aftenbladet is a daily newspaper based in Stavanger, Norway, and owned by Schibsted Media Group. Norwegian owners held 42 percent of the shares in Schibsted at the end of 2015. Stavanger Aftenblad is thus majority foreign-owned.

IT Avisen

ITavisen is an online platform for technology news and media.

Dagsavisen

Dagsavisen is a daily newspaper published in Oslo, Norway. The former party organ of the Norwegian Labour Party, the ties loosened over time from 1975 to 1999. After having been owned by an independent foundation for a few years, it is as of 2016 indirectly owned partly by Christian groups.

Rogalands Avis (Stavanger)

Rogaland’s Avis is a local newspaper published in Stavanger, Norway.

Fædrelandsvennen

Fædrelandsvennen is a regional newspaper based in Kristiansand, Norway. It covers the southernmost part of the country, focusing especially on the area between Mandal and Lillesand.

Bergensavisen

Bergensavisen, usually shortened to BA, is the second-largest newspaper in Bergen, Norway. It has its headquarters in Bergen and is published in tabloid format. The newspaper webpage ba.no is Bergen’s largest local newspaper webpage.

Avisa Nordland

Avisa Nordland is a local newspaper published in Bodø, Norway.

Drammens Tidende

Drammens Tidende is a Norwegian Bokmål language newspaper published in Drammen, Norway.

Nordlys (Tromsø)

Nordlys is a Norwegian newspaper published in Tromsø, covering the region of Troms, and the largest newspaper in Northern Norway.

Tønsbergs Blad

Tønsbergs Blad is a local newspaper published in Tønsberg, Norway. The newspaper was founded by printer Hans Jørgen Magnus Hansen on 3 August 1870, with an initial circulation of 210 copies. By the turn of the century, the circulation had grown to 2,600.

Haugesunds Avis (Haugesund)

Haugesunds Avis is a daily newspaper published in Haugesund, Norway, but with branches in Bømlo, Kopervik, Odda, Sauda and Stord. Founded in 1895, it is today owned by the investment group Mecom Group and is as such part of the media group Edda Media. In 2006, Haugesunds Avis had a circulation of 33,448.

Romerikes Blad (Skedsmo)

Romerikes Blad is a local newspaper published in Lillestrøm, Norway. It covers the Romerike district.

Bladet Tromsø

iTromsø is a daily newspaper published in Tromsø, Norway.

Sunnmørsposten (Ålesund)

Sunnmørsposten is a newspaper published by Polaris Media in Ålesund, Norway.

Fredriksstad Blad

Fredriksstad Blad is the biggest local daily newspaper in Fredrikstad, Norway.

Harstad Tidende

Harstad Tidende (meaning Harstad Times in English) is a daily, regional newspaper published in the city of Harstad, Norway. With a circulation of 13,503, the paper covers the municipalities of Harstad, Bjarkøy, Kvæfjord, Lødingen, Tjeldsund, Evenes, Skånland, Gratangen, Lavangen and Ibestad.

Budstikka

Budstikka, prior to 2004 known as Asker og Bærum Budstikke, is a daily local newspaper published out of Billingstad in Asker, Norway. It covers the municipalities of Asker and Bærum, and is the only newspaper issued in the area.

Gudbrandsdølen Dagningen

Gudbrandsdølen Dagningen is a Norwegian newspaper, published in Lillehammer in Oppland county.

Tidens Krav (Kristiansund)

Tidens Krav is a local newspaper published in Kristiansund, Norway. It was founded in 1906, is published Tuesday through Saturday, and reports news from Nordmøre. The newspaper owns the local television station TV Nordvest. Fun fact: The name “Tidens Krav” means “The Time’s Demand’s” in English.

Sarpsborg Arbeiderblad

Sarpsborg Arbeiderblad is a local newspaper in Sarpsborg, Norway. It is published six days a week. The chief editor is Bernt Frode Lyngstad. It was established in 1929, after the demise of Østfold Arbeiderblad, and was affiliated with the Labour Party. However, the newspaper ultimately became non-partisan.

Rana Blad (Mo i Rana)

Rana Blad is a daily, regional newspaper published in Mo i Rana, Norway.

Telemarksavisa (Skien)

Telemarksavisa is a Norwegian newspaper, published in Skien in Telemark county. Telemark Arbeiderblad was started on 1 October 1921 as a reaction to the perceived moderate stance of Skien’s labor newspaper Bratsberg Demokraten.

Moss Avis

Moss Avis is a local newspaper in Moss, Norway. Having a rivalry with Moss Dagblad, it is published six days a week. The chief editor is Pål Enghaug. It was established in 1876 and became affiliated with the Liberal Party. It later shifted to the right before becoming non-partisan.

Romsdals Budstikke (Molde)

Romsdals Budstikke is a daily newspaper published in Molde, Norway.

Morgenbladet

Morgenbladet is a Norwegian weekly, newspaper, covering politics, culture and science.

Agderposten

Agderposten is a daily newspaper published in Arendal, Norway.

Glåmdalen (Kongsvinger)

Glåmdalen is a local newspaper published in Kongsvinger, Norway. It is named after the district Glåmdalen, and covers southern Hedmark with offices in Solør, Skarnes and Nes, Akershus.

Fremover (Narvik)

Fremover is a regional newspaper published in Narvik, Norway. It has been published for more than 100 years, having been founded on May 27, 1903.

Sandefjords Blad (Stavanger)

Sandefjords Blad is a newspaper published daily in Sandefjord, Norway, except on Sundays. It is available in Norwegian language only. Sandefjords Blad is a private company, owned by Mecom with a circulation of 14,780 copies and 50 employees.

Oppland Arbeiderblad

Oppland Arbeiderblad is a newspaper based in Gjøvik, Norway. It was founded in 1924 after the Labour Party lost its newspaper in the city, Ny Dag, to the Communists. At that time there were several daily newspapers in Vestoppland, but Oppland Arbeiderblad is now alone after Samhold went bankrupt in 1998.

Trønder-Avisa (Steinkjer)

TrønderAvisa is a regional newspaper in Norway. It is printed in the town of Steinkjer in Nord-Trøndelag. The newspaper was founded as a union of Nord-Trøndelag (founded 1919) and Inntrøndelagen (founded 1897) after both newspapers’ headquarters were bombed during the Second World War.

Ringerikes Blad (Hønefoss)

Ringerikes Blad is a local newspaper published in Hønefoss, Norway. Johan Jørgen Krohn founded Ringerikes Blad in 1845. It covers Ringerike, Hole and Jevnaker. It has a circulation of 12684, of whom 12227 are subscribers.

Klassekampen (Kvinnherad)

Klassekampen is a Norwegian daily newspaper, which styles itself as “the daily newspaper of the left”. Its circulation is 118 000. Since the year 2000, Klassekampen has more than tripled its circulation, in a period where most Norwegian newspapers have been in sharp decline.

Lofotposten

Lofotposten is a newspaper published in Lofoten, with its headquarters located in Svolvær. It is the biggest publication in Northern Norway.

Østlendingen (Elverum)

Østlendingen is a daily, regional newspaper published in Elverum, Norway. With a circulation of 19,000, it covers the regions of Østerdalen, Solør, Glåmdalen, Trysil and Engerdal. The newspaper is controlled by Edda Media.

Halden Arbeiderblad (Halden)

Halden Arbeiderblad is a Norwegian language local newspaper published in Halden, Norway.

Upstream

Upstream is an independent oil and gas industry upstream sector weekly newspaper and a daily internet news site. The newspaper is owned by NHST Media Group. It is headquartered in Oslo, Norway.

Andøyposten

Andøyposten is a Norwegian language regional newspaper published in Andenes, Norway.

Dagen

Dagen is a Norwegian Christian newspaper established in 1919, and published in Bergen. The average circulation in 2004 was 5,307 copies. The ideological goal of the newspaper was “to influence society from a revival Christian point of view”.

HA – Halden Arbeiderblad

Halden Arbeiderblad is a Norwegian language local newspaper published in Halden, Norway.

TradeWinds (Oslo)

TradeWinds is the world’s biggest shipping news service, publishing both online news and a printed weekly newspaper, that covers shipping as a global industry. TradeWinds is owned by NHST Media Group and is headquartered in Oslo.

Østlands-Posten (Larvik)

Østlands-Posten is a local newspaper published in Larvik, Norway. It covers Larvik and Lardal. It was established in 1881. It has a circulation of 14,284, of whom 13,888 are subscribers. 1896-1995 Østlands-Posten was owned by the Næss family.

Jærbladet (Bryne, Jæren)

Jærbladet is a Norwegian local newspaper published in Bryne, at Jæren in county Rogaland. It covers the three municipalities: Time, Hå and Klepp. It is issued three days a week, Monday, Wednesday and Friday. It started in 1949.

Varden (Skien)

Varden is a local newspaper published in Skien, Norway.

Finnmarken

Finnmarken is a local newspaper published in Vadsø, Norway. It covers eastern Finnmark. It was established in 1899 by Adam Egede-Nissen and others. In 1942 Finnmarken was taken over by the national socialist occupant regime. They incorporated it into Finnmark Folkeblad in 1944.

Laagendalsposten (Kongsberg)

Laagendalsposten is a regional newspaper for Kongsberg and the Numedal, in Buskerud, Norway. Its main office is in Kongsberg. The newspaper is printed in 10.500 copies and has about 50,000 readers. Laagendalsposten was founded in 1903 by Karl A. Wad, and is now owned by the Mecom Group. The paper has 37 employees.

Altaposten

Altaposten is a Norwegian daily newspaper, published in Alta, Norway.

Østlandets Blad (Ski)

Østlandets Blad is a regional newspaper published in Ski, Norway. It was established in 1908 under the name Øieren, named after a local lake. It was based in Kråkstad at that time. The name Østlandets Blad was taken in 1919. The political stance was Conservative.

Agder Flekkefjords Tidende (Flekkefjord)

Agder Flekkefjords Tidende is the local newspaper for the southern Norwegian town of Flekkefjord, and the surrounding region of western Vest Agder and eastern Rogaland.

Vårt Land (Oslo)

Vårt Land is a daily newspaper published in Oslo. It has a nationwide target audience. Its average daily circulation in 2007 was 27,146, making it Norway’s 23rd largest newspaper.

Akershus Amtstidende

Akershus Amtstidende, “Amta”, is a local newspaper published in Drøbak, Norway. It covers the western Follo district, with its stronghold in Frogn and Nesodden.

Dalane Tidende (Egersund)

Dalane Tidende is a local newspaper published in Egersund, Norway. Dalane Tidende was started in 1885 as Dalernes Tidende. Its name was changed in 1934. It was stopped in 1941 but returned in 1945. It has a circulation of 8,418, of whom 8,005 are subscribers.

Saltenposten

Saltenposten is a local online and print newspaper published in Fauske, Norway. It covers the municipalities of Fauske, Saltdal, Beiarn and Sørfold in inner Salten. Published in tabloid format, the newspaper had a circulation of 4,717 in 2013. The newspaper is independently owned.

Porsgrunns Dagblad (Porsgrunn)

Porsgrunns Dagblad is a Norwegian newspaper, published in Porsgrunn in Telemark county, Norway.

Lister

Lister is a local newspaper published in Farsund, Norway. It covers the Lister Region i southwestern Norway, with the municipalities of Farsund, Lyngdal and Hægebostad as its main area. The newspaper was established in 1889 as Farsunds Avis, but changed its name to Lister in May 2014.

Firdaposten

Firdaposten is a local newspaper published in Kinn Municipality in Vestland county, Norway. It also covers the municipality of Bremanger.

Sogn Avis (Leikanger)

Sogn Avis is a Norwegian newspaper, published in Leikanger in Sogndal Municipality in Vestland county.

Gjengangeren

Gjengangeren is a local newspaper published in Horten, Norway. It was established in 1851. It has a circulation of 5867, of whom 5732 are subscribers.

Hallingdølen (Ål)

Hallingdølen is a Norwegian language local newspaper published in Ål, Norway and serves Hallingdal.

FiskeribladetFiskaren

Fiskeribladet Fiskaren newspaper from Bergen, Norway.

Eidsvoll Ullensaker Blad

Eidsvoll Ullensaker Blad is a local newspaper published in Eidsvoll, Norway. It was established in 1901 as Eidsvoll Blad, and eventually became affiliated with the Centre Party. It was originally published twice a week; this was increased to three issues in 1930 and four issues in 1969.

Indre Akershus Blad (Bjørkelangen)

Indre Akershus Blad is a local newspaper published in Bjørkelangen, Norway. It was established in 1908 as Indre Akershus and was politically independent. The current name was taken in 1928. Since 1945 it has been published three times a week.

Norway Today

Norway Today delivers independent and timely reporting on Norway, Scandinavia, and the world to international audiences.

Gjesdalbuen (Ålgård)

Gjesdalbuen is a Norwegian language local newspaper published in Norway. The paper has its headquarters in Ålgård.

Svalbardposten (Longyearbyen)

Svalbardposten, founded in 1948, is a Norwegian weekly paper and online newspaper. It operates from Longyearbyen in Svalbard, Norway, and is published every Friday. It is the northernmost regularly published newspaper in the world. In 2014, it had a circulation of 2,636 copies every week.

Troms Folkeblad

Troms Folkeblad is a newspaper published in Troms, Norway. Its main office is located in Finnsnes.

Varingen (Rotnes)

Varingen is a local newspaper published in Rotnes, Norway. It covers the municipality of Nittedal. It was established in 1946 and has been independent throughout its existence. It had a circulation of 3,843 in 1983, increasing to the current 6,020, of whom 5,852 are subscribers.

VestNytt

Vestnytt (“West News”) is a local newspaper published in Straume, Norway, and covers the municipalities of Fjell, Sund and Øygarden.

Bygdeposten

Bygdeposten is a Norwegian newspaper established in 1954, published in Vikersund, Norway, and owned by A-pressen. Its first editor was Jørgen Bergo. The newspaper covers the municipalities of Modum, Sigdal, Krødsherad and Øvre Eiker.

Fjordenes Tidende

Fjordenes Tidende is a Norwegian newspaper published three times a week in Måløy in Sogn og Fjordane county.

Møre-Nytt

Møre-Nytt is a Norwegian language local newspaper published in Ørsta, Norway.

Telen

Telen is a Norwegian daily local newspaper covering Hjartdal, Notodden, Sauherad, and published in Notodden. It has a circulation of 5,142 and owned by the Skien-newspaper Varden, a subsidiary of Edda Media.

Fjuken

Fjuken is a weekly local newspaper published in Skjåk, Norway. It serves for Skjåk, Lom and Vågå.

Lyngdals Avis

Valdres

Valdres is a Norwegian newspaper, published in Fagernes, and covering the district of Valdres. The newspaper was founded in 1903, and its first editor was Olav Moe. The newspaper is issued four times a week. It had a circulation of 9,342 in 2008. Its editor is Torbjørn Moen.

Trønderbladet

Trønderbladet is a local online and print newspaper published in Melhus, Norway. It covers the municipalities of Melhus, Skaun, Midtre Gauldal, Klæbu and the Gaulosen area of Trondheim. Published in tabloid format, the newspaper had a circulation of 5,116 in 2013. The newspaper is owned by Polaris Media.

Norge Idag

Norge Idag is a Norwegian Christian conservative weekly newspaper published in Bergen. In cooperation with the television channel Visjon Norge, Norge Idag bought former cinema Forum Kino on Danmarksplass in Bergen which are also used as the newspaper’s offices. The editor-in-chief is Finn Jarle Sæle.

Fjordingen

Fjordingen is a Norwegian newspaper, published in Stryn in Vestland county. It was named Innfjordingen from 1928 to 1929.

Avisa Hemnes

Akers Avis Groruddalen

Demokraten

Demokraten is a local newspaper in Fredrikstad, Norway. Second, in its city behind Fredriksstad Blad, it is published three days a week. The chief editor is Tomm Pentz Pedersen. It was established in 1906 as Smaalenenes Social-Demokrat, being affiliated with the Labour Party.

Opdalingen

Opdalingen is a local online and print newspaper published in Oppdal and Rennebu, Norway. Published in tabloid format, the newspaper had a circulation of 2,214 in 2013. The newspaper is owned by Amedia. It has three weekly issues, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.

Kvinnheringen

Kvinnheringen is a Norwegian regional newspaper for the Kvinnherad municipality in Vestland county. In print since 1973, it is currently released bi-weekly with more than 7000 readers and a circulation of 4 400 as of January 2021. Since 2003, the paper has been published both on paper and digitally.

Jarlsberg Avis (Holmestrand)

Jarlsberg Avis is a local newspaper published in Holmestrand, Norway.

Strandbuen (Strand)

Strandbuen is a local newspaper published in Strand, Norway. It was established in 1964. It has a circulation of 4,354, of whom 3,895 are subscribers. Strandbuen is published by Strandbuen AS, which is owned 100% by Jærbladet AS, which is owned 33.3% by Dalane Tidende & Egersund Avis AS and two other agents.

Vennesla Tidende

Vennesla Tidende is a local Norwegian newspaper published in Vennesla in Vest-Agder county. The newspaper was launched in 1989 and is published twice a week. It is edited by Christopher Johansen.

Firda Tidend

Firda Tidend is a Norwegian newspaper, published in Sandane in Gloppen, Norway. The newspaper was founded in 1924, and its first editor was Johan Lid. Anders Øvreseth was editor-in-chief for more than thirty years, until his death in 1966. Bjørn Grov was editor from 1979.

Nye Troms (Målselv)

Nye Troms is a local newspaper published in Målselv, Norway.

Fjordabladet

Fjordabladet is a Norwegian newspaper, published three times a week in Nordfjordeid in Vestland county

nernett.no

‎Nrk sapmi

NRK Sápmi is a unit of the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation that produces Sami-language news and other programs for broadcast to the Sami people of Norway via radio, television, and the internet.

Nrk Vestland

NRK is the Norwegian government-owned radio and television public broadcasting company, and the largest media organization in Norway. All other TV channels, broadcast from Norway, were banned from 1960 until 1981.

Bodo nu

‎Bygdanytt

Bygdanytt is a Norwegian newspaper, published in Indre Arna in Bergen, and covering Arna and Osterøy. The newspaper was founded in 1951,

The local‎

The Local is a multi-regional, European, English-language digital news publisher with local editions in Austria, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, Norway, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland. Each site, while alike in appearance, has separate editorial teams, each focused on its respective market.

‎Bronoysunds avis

Brønnøysunds Avis is a local print and online newspaper published in Brønnøysund, Norway.

‎Vesteralen

‎Namdal avisa

Namdalsavisa is a daily, local newspaper serving the district of Namdal, specifically Namsos, Norway.

Vikebladet vestposten

Vikebladet Vestposten is the major local newspaper of Ulstein and Hareid in the Sunnmøre region of Norway.

Hordaland

Hordaland is a local newspaper published in Voss, Norway. It is published three days a week and covers Ulvik, Granvin, Vaksdal and Modalen in addition to Voss.

Stjordals nytt

Ringsaker blad‎

Vestlandsnytt

Vestlandsnytt is a local Norwegian newspaper published in Fosnavåg in Møre og Romsdal county. The paper is published in Nynorsk and is edited by Endre Vorren. It is issued twice a week, on Tuesdays and Fridays. Its primary coverage area is the municipalities of Herøy and Sande.

Helgeland arbeiderblad

Helgelendingen, known until 2014 as Helgeland Arbeiderblad, is a daily, regional newspaper published in Mosjøen, with additional offices in Sandnessjøen and Brønnøysund.

av-avis.no

‎Strilen

Strilen is a regional newspaper in western Norway. It has between 15.000 and 20.000 readers in the Nordhordland region. The first edition of Strilen was published on Friday the second of June in 1961. The editor of the 12 first editions of the paper was Mons J. Risa.

Norway news

Norway News is an online news site, written in English. It is dedicated to Norwegian affairs, abroad and domestic since 2003. The news site is run by an Independent Journalist. It has readers worldwide.

nordhordland‎

Nordhordland is a newspaper published in Knarvik, Norway, and covers the district of Nordhordland. Its main competitor is Strilen, which is also published in Knarvik and covers Nordhordland.

Norddalen

Hadeland

Lillesands posten

Lillesands-Posten is a local Norwegian newspaper that is published in Lillesand and Birkenes municipalities in Aust-Agder. It has been published since 1870. The newspaper is owned by Agderposten Medier and is the sister paper of Agderposten. It comes out twice a week, Tuesday and Friday.

Sunmoringen

Sunnmoringen newspaper from Stranda, Norway

Framtid I nord‎

Framtid i Nord (“Future in the North”) is a local newspaper in northern Troms, a county in Northern Norway.

Os og fusaposten

Os og Fusaposten is a local newspaper published in Os, Hordaland, Norway. It was established in 1987. In 2007 it had a circulation of 5793, of whom 4981 are subscribers. Os og Fusaposten was given the Local Newspaper of the Year award in Norway in 2005.

Sor varanger avvis

Sør-Varanger Avis is a Norwegian newspaper, published in Kirkenes, Norway, and covering the municipality of Sør-Varanger. The newspaper was founded in 1949, and its first editor was Jan W. Krohn Holm. The newspaper is issued three days per week. It had a circulation of 4,036 in 2008.

Handelsbladet‎

The Handelsblatt is a German-language business newspaper published in Düsseldorf by Verlagsgruppe Handelsblatt.

Fanaposten

Fanaposten is a Norwegian newspaper, published in Nesttun in Bergen, and covering the districts of Fana and Ytrebygda. The newspaper was founded in 1978, and its first editor was Hans D. Fasmer. The newspaper is issued twice a week. In 2004 Bergens Tidende took over as owner of Fanaposten. Its editor is Ståle Melhus.

Finansavisen

Finansavisen is a Norwegian business newspaper published by Hegnar Media in Oslo, Norway.

‎Birkenesavisa

Birkenesavisa is a local Norwegian newspaper in the municipality of Birkenes in Aust-Agder county. The newspaper was established in 2002 and it is issued 48 times a year. It is published in Birkeland, the administrative center of the municipality.

Bomlo-nytt

Bømlo-nytt is a local Norwegian newspaper published in Svortland in Hordaland county. Bømlo-nytt covers events in the municipality of Bømlo and is issued every Wednesday and Saturday. The newspaper first appeared on August 30, 1973 and it is published in Nynorsk.

Hamar dagblad

Hamar Dagblad is a weekly, free, local newspaper published in Hamar, Norway. It is part of Edda Media. The newspaper was first published on 1 December 1971, with three weekly issues. In 2005 it was reorganized from a subscription to free newspaper, and is distributed to 17,000 households in Hamar, Furnes and Ottestad.

Strilen

Strilen is a regional newspaper in western Norway. It has between 15.000 and 20.000 readers in the Nordhordland region. The first edition of Strilen was published on Friday the second of June in 1961. The editor of the 12 first editions of the paper was Mons J. Risa.

Tvedestrandsposten‎

Tvedestrandsposten is a local newspaper published in Tvedestrand, Norway. It was established in 1872 by Arne Garborg. It has a circulation of 3522, of whom 3383 are subscribers.

‎Synste more

Synste Møre is a newspaper published in Møre og Romsdal, Norway. It has a circulation of 2103 (As of 2002).

Arendals tidende

Arendals Tidende is a local newspaper published in Arendal two days a week, on Mondays and Fridays. On Mondays Arendals Tidende is issued as an ordinary newspaper, and on Fridays it is issued in glossy magazine format.

Trollheimsporten‎

‎Vestby avis

Vestby Avis is a local Norwegian newspaper published in the municipality of Vestby in Akershus county. The paper is published weekly by Amedia. It was launched on May 26, 2006, and at the same time the company also started publishing Ås Avis in the neighboring municipality of Ås.

Grannar‎

Grannar is a politically independent local Norwegian newspaper, covering events in Etne in Hordaland county and Vindafjord in Rogaland county. Grannar is published two times a week, on Mondays and Thursdays. The newspaper employs 11 people and it is published in Nynorsk. The paper’s office is in the village of Etne.

Enebakk avis

Enebakk Avis is a local Norwegian newspaper published in Enebakk in Akershus county. The company Enebakk Avis AS was launched as its own business by Smaalenene Medier AS. The first issue of the paper was published on December 22, 1999. Enebakk Avis is owned by Amedia. The paper is edited by Gunnleik Seierstad.

Nytt I uka‎

Nytt i Uka is a mass-delivery free newspaper in Ålesund, Norway and the neighboring municipalities of Hareid, Sula, Sykkylven, Giske, Skodje, Haram, Ørskog, Stordal, and most of Vestnes. In addition, the paper is distributed to the Tomrefjord and Vestnes post offices and can also be subscribed to in Norway and abroad.

‎Eikernytt

Eikernytt newspaper from Hokksund, Norway

‎Gjoviks blad

Gjøviks Blad was a Norwegian newspaper, published in Gjøvik in Oppland county. It started on 9 October 1860 under the name Kristian Amtstidende. It was sold in 1877 and renamed to Gjøviks Blad from 1 January 1884.

Kyst og fjord

Kyst og Fjord is a Norwegian fishermen’s newspaper based in Kjøllefjord. The newspaper is published weekly and was launched in fall 2011. After its first full year of operation, Kyst og Fjord attained a circulation of 1,312.

‎Avvir

Ávvir is a newspaper written in the Northern Sámi language with editorial offices or reporters in Kárášjohka, Guovdageaidnu, Áltá, Girkonjárga, and Romsa, Norway. It is currently published five times a week, from Monday to Friday, and has readership across Sápmi.

Ny Tid (Oslo)

Ny Tid is a Swedish language Green leftist monthly magazine published in Helsinki, Finland.

Raumnes

Raumnes is a local newspaper published in Årnes, Norway. It covers the municipality of Nes i Akershus.

Bondebladet (Oslo)

Bondebladet is a Norwegian language weekly newspaper published in Oslo, Norway.

Frostingen

Frostingen is a local online and print newspaper in published in Frosta, Norway.

Grenda

Grenda is a local Norwegian newspaper, covering events in the municipality of Kvinnherad in Hordaland county. Grenda is published in Nynorsk. The editorial board is based in Rosendal, and in 2005 it consisted of seven people. Its offices are located at Skålagato 36 in Rosendal.

Dag og Tid

Dag og Tid is a national weekly newspaper in Norway that uses the Nynorsk standard of the Norwegian language. Dag og Tid was founded in 1962. Contrary to most other Norwegian newspapers, its circulation has recently increased significantly, nearly doubling over the last two decades.

Hordaland Folkeblad

Hordaland Folkeblad (The Hordaland People’s Gazette) is a local Norwegian newspaper published in Norheimsund in Hordaland county. The newspaper was established in 1873 and is one of the oldest local newspapers in Norway. It covers news in the municipalities of Kvam and Jondal.

Friheten

Norwegian Communist Party’s newspaper.

Vestavind Bygdeblad

Vestavind Bygdeblad for Sveio newspaper offers daily local news from Sveio, Norway and also offers national and international news as well as weather, sports.

Vaksdal posten‎

VaksdalPosten is a local Norwegian newspaper published once a week in Dale in Hordaland county. The paper covers events in the municipalities of Vaksdal and Modalen. The newspaper was established in 1987 and is published in Nynorsk. The paper is edited by Esben Hesjedal.

Nordre

Nordre, formerly known as Haramsnytt, is a local Norwegian newspaper covering events in the northern part of the municipality of Ålesund in Møre og Romsdal county.

Vigga

Sydvesten‎

Sydvesten is a local Norwegian newspaper published once a week in Bergen in Hordaland county. Sydvesten covers events in the boroughs of Laksevåg and Fyllingsdalen. When the newspaper was launched in 1994, it was originally called Lokalavisen for Fyllingsdalen og Bønes.

‎Steinkjer avisa

Steinkjer-Avisa is a weekly, local newspaper published in Steinkjer, Norway. In 2007, it had a circulation of 3,917 and was published each Friday. The newspaper was founded in 1984 by Lothar Viem.

‎Storfjordnytt

Storfjordnytt is a local Norwegian newspaper published once a week in Møre og Romsdal county. The newspaper is published every Thursday, and it covers news in the municipality of Fjord, as well as in the villages of Geiranger and Liabygda in the municipality of Stranda.

Ringeriksavisa

Stangeavisa

Stangeavisa is a local Norwegian newspaper published once a week in Stange in Hedmark county. The newspaper covers events in the municipality of Stange. The paper is edited by Lars Kristian Seierstad, who is also the single shareholder in the publishing company. The newspaper was established in 2004.

Kulingen

Setesdolen

Setesdølen is a Norwegian newspaper, issued in the municipality of Bygland, and covering the valley of Setesdal.

‎Folldalsportalen

‎Frolendingen

Frolendingen is a local Norwegian newspaper, published on Wednesdays in Froland in Aust-Agder county. Frolendingen was established in 2005. It is an independent paper for the residents of the municipality of Froland.

‎Samningen

Samningen is a local Norwegian newspaper published in the municipality of Samnanger in Hordaland county. The paper was established in 1977 and is published weekly, on Thursdays. It is edited by Hallvard Tysse. The paper’s office is located in Årland.

Finmarken

Finnmarken is a local newspaper published in Vadsø, Norway. It covers eastern Finnmark. It was established in 1899 by Adam Egede-Nissen and others. In 1942 Finnmarken was taken over by the national socialist occupant regime. They incorporated it into Finnmark Folkeblad in 1944.

‎Marsteinen

Marsteinen is a local Norwegian newspaper published in Austevoll in Hordaland county. Marsteinen was launched in 1978.

‎Gausdolen

Gausdolen, online newspaper from Vestre Gausdal, Norway. Gausdolen offers daily local, national and international news as well as weather, sports, lifestyle.

Vestnesavisa

Vestnesavisa (The Vestnes Gazette) is a local Norwegian newspaper published in Vestnes in Møre og Romsdal county.

Lokalavisa sor osterdal‎

Ytringen

Ytringen is a local online and print newspaper in published in Kolvereid, Norway. It covers the Ytre Namdal area, consisting of Nærøysund, Leka, and Bindal. Published in tabloid format, the newspaper has a circulation of 3,038 in 2013. It is owned 49 percent by Helgelands Blad and 47 percent by Trønder-Avisa.

‎Medie mix

‎Inderoyningen

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