List of Norwegian newspapers and news sites featuring sports, politics, entertainments, jobs, education, lifestyles, travel, real estate, business, and more.
Leading tabloid format newspaper published in Oslo, Norway.
One of the largest newspapers in Norway based in Havnelageret, Oslo. The newspaper published by AS Avishuset Dagbladet.
Norway's leading financial newspaper.
Norwegian-language daily newspaper published in Trondheim, Norway.
Bergen based leading newspaper was founded in 1868.
Daily newspaper based in Oslo.
Regional newspaper published in Kristiansand, Norway.
Norwegian Bokmål-language local newspaper published in Bergen, Norway.
Daily newspaper published in Bodø, Norway.
Norway's popular daily newspaper published by Edda Media Buskerud AS.
Tabloid format daily newspaper published in Tromsø.
Most widely read local newspaper in Fredrikstad, Norway.
Daily regional newspaper headquarters in Billingstad, Norway.
Weekly newspaper based in Oslo, Norway.
Tabloid format daily newspaper based in Arendal. The newspaper owned by Agderposten Medier.
Vadsø based newspaper published by Adam Egede-Nissen.
Regional newspaper based in Drøbak.
Newspaper published in Måløy and featuring sports, culture, weather, traffic, and more.
Local newspaper published in Fredrikstad, Norway.
Norwegian language weekly newspaper.
Norwegian Communist Party's newspaper.
Norway's newspapers play a central role in its media environment, providing a wide range of viewpoints on both domestic and international happenings. Renowned publications such as "Aftenposten" and "VG" provide comprehensive coverage of news, politics, culture, and society, contributing to a well-informed and engaged populace.
Newspapers like "Dagbladet" and "Klassekampen" are known for their thought-provoking analyses and distinctive editorial approaches, shaping public opinion and fostering critical thinking. These newspapers have a crucial role in promoting open dialogues and deepening societal comprehension.
In the digital age, Norwegian newspapers have embraced online platforms, delivering up-to-the-minute updates and multimedia content. This transition underscores their commitment to meeting the evolving preferences of modern readers and adapting to the changing media landscape.
Amid Norway's ongoing social transformations, these newspapers continue to serve as pillars of information and platforms for dialogue. They empower citizens to stay informed, engage with diverse viewpoints, and actively participate in shaping the nation's future.