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List of Norwegian newspapers and news sites
One of the largest newspapers in Norway based in Havnelageret, Oslo. The newspaper published by AS Avishuset Dagbladet.
It is one of the most widely circulated newspapers in Norway. The newspaper published by the Schibsted ASA, which also owns newspapers in Sweden and Estonia.
Verdens Gang (VG)Leading tabloid format newspaper published in Oslo, Norway.
Bergen based leading newspaper was founded in 1868.
Daily newspaper based in Oslo.
Rogalands Avis (Stavanger)
Norway’s leading financial newspaper.
Norwegian-language daily newspaper published in Trondheim, Norway.
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.
Haugesunds Avis (Haugesund)
Romerikes Blad (Skedsmo)
Tabloid format daily newspaper published in Tromsø.
Most widely read local newspaper in Fredrikstad, Norway.
Daily regional newspaper headquarters in Billingstad, Norway.
Tidens Krav (Kristiansund)
Rana Blad (Mo i Rana)
Romsdals Budstikke (Molde)
Weekly newspaper based in Oslo, Norway.
Tabloid format daily newspaper based in Arendal. The newspaper owned by Agderposten Medier.
Sandefjords Blad (Stavanger)
Ringerikes Blad (Hønefoss)
Halden Arbeiderblad (Halden)
Jærbladet (Bryne, Jæren)
Vadsø based newspaper published by Adam Egede-Nissen.
Østlandets Blad (Ski)
Agder Flekkefjords Tidende (Flekkefjord)
Vårt Land (Oslo)
Regional newspaper based in Drøbak.
Dalane Tidende (Egersund)
Porsgrunns Dagblad (Porsgrunn)
Sogn Avis (Leikanger)
Indre Akershus Blad (Bjørkelangen)
Newspaper published in Måløy and featuring sports, culture, weather, traffic, and more.
Local newspaper published in Fredrikstad, Norway.
Jarlsberg Avis (Holmestrand)
Nye Troms (Målselv)
Ny Tid (Oslo)
Norwegian language weekly newspaper.
Norwegian Communist Party’s newspaper.