26 Burst results for "Norwegian Government"

"norwegian government" Discussed on Kingdom Family Talks Podcast

Kingdom Family Talks Podcast

03:02 min | Last week

"norwegian government" Discussed on Kingdom Family Talks Podcast

"I'm doing a my sermon work and talking. But I think it was the Good Samaritan that was sitting there and working on and then suddenly somebody knocks on the door the tension and Norway at the time was that there was a lot of refugees that came in and especially now with the tension was between the serbs and the cost of albanians, which was kind of a Muslim Christian kind of a setting in in Kosovo and horrific killings the cost of albanians are Muslim. And so when they knocked on the door, there is a father a wife that is pregnant and was they had three children they they just standing on the door and knock and then I woke up they didn't speak much in the region. But what do you do in a setting like that? I knew that if I'm opening up the church and I knew enough that these people and they were able to tell me they are about to be kicked off of the country of Norway. The Norwegian government have said you do not have qualification to be able to stay in our country, but they were Tears In Her Eyes Full of fear knowing they're going to be sent back to country where their family is going to age. Field and they said please help us please help us. So what do you do when you have a Muslim family on a small little church Baptist Church and and I took the risk, I open up the dog and I knew it took me a few moments to analyze. I can lose a lot of church member. I don't know have any Authority because we are kind of a Deacon's and leadership team. I mean the other thing is I can get in person because I'm violating the law by allowing illegal immigrants to coming into our church building and the other thing where they going to live they're going to have to live in the church. Now you're going to have Muslims to pray five times to outline church. And then she is pregnant. What are you going to do? You don't have the health care? I mean, I had all those things going in but push comes to shove and this is before my baptism of love, but I chose love instead of fear. I chose risk. I don't know. I don't know if it was the right thing to do the next nine months every single day. It was so many lessons. I learned in the small things from this family and then all these years. Later, the favor I have in the Muslim world is connected to so when somebody says can you prove that you really love Muslims? I tell the story what love looks like and it was a small little step compared to the big picture of what I do today. So I'm even saying that to the people that can be the person in the grocery store. They can be you felt you had a word of knowledge or paying for the gross here or somebody even that difficult boss that you had and just how do you relate to that from a love perspective and it maybe take your risk to confront or takes risk for you to set boundaries sometimes I think that we we are looking for those big things but it is like David playing a harp and David also practicing David practicing a sling was also Ki wife was entrusted board were Goliath because there was no reason to bring him before a king and it was no reason for God to give a nightmare to the king if it was not that there was a David that knew how to master his harp off..

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Outbreak hits Norway cruise ship, could spread along coast

Atlanta's Morning News

00:25 sec | 2 months ago

Outbreak hits Norway cruise ship, could spread along coast

"One of the first cruise lines to resume sailing during the pandemic now has an outbreak region cruise ship line. Hurtigruten is stopping all trips after one of its ships infected at least five passengers and more than 35 crew members. He's also fear the M S rolled. Ahmanson may have spread the virus to dozens of villages along Norway's western coast. CBS's Lisa Matteo reports the Norwegian government will begin banning ships with more than 100 passengers from docking in its

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"norwegian government" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:15 min | 9 months ago

"norwegian government" Discussed on AP News

"In a blow to environmental groups sued filed suits against arctic oil drilling little region government will be allowed to hand out drilling licenses in the region an appeals court upheld a ruling the too quick to the government of charges from the group's nature and use and Greenpeace Nordic the drilling for oil and gas in all two quarters would violate the twenty fifteen Paris agreement on climate change and the Norwegian constitution the lawyer representing the Norwegian government argued that drilling licenses in the Barents Sea have been backed by a large majority in the nation's parliament he warned the courts against tipping the balance of power between elected officials and the justice system according to Norwegian broadcaster NRK the environmental groups immediately appealed Thursday's ruling the European central bank has decided to launch a top to bottom review of how it skews the economy for three hundred and forty two million people in the nineteen countries that use the euro currency the banks twenty five member governing council on Thursday gave the green light for the review proposed by new ECB head Christine Lagarde review could look at the bank's inflation target of just under two percent the target is in focus because the bank is struggle to meet it for years despite massive monetary stimulus and record low interest rates the central bank on Thursday also left unchanged its key interest rates and stimulus programs the results are finally in for the first chocolate chip cookie bake off in space while looking more or less normal the best cookies required two hours of baking time last month up at the international space station it takes far less time on earth under twenty minutes but nobody knows how they taste yet they're still sealed in individual baking pouches and packed in their space flight container the cookies remain frozen in the Houston area lab after splashing down a couple of weeks ago and SpaceX capsule they were the first food baked in space from raw ingredients additional testing is still required to determine whether the cookies are safe to eat more news right after this thank you for listening.

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Appeals court upholds Norway licenses for Arctic drilling

AP 24 Hour News

00:46 sec | 9 months ago

Appeals court upholds Norway licenses for Arctic drilling

"In a blow to environmental groups sued filed suits against arctic oil drilling little region government will be allowed to hand out drilling licenses in the region an appeals court upheld a ruling the too quick to the government of charges from the group's nature and use and Greenpeace Nordic the drilling for oil and gas in all two quarters would violate the twenty fifteen Paris agreement on climate change and the Norwegian constitution the lawyer representing the Norwegian government argued that drilling licenses in the Barents Sea have been backed by a large majority in the nation's parliament he warned the courts against tipping the balance of power between elected officials and the justice system according to Norwegian broadcaster NRK the environmental groups immediately appealed Thursday's

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Appeals court upholds Norway licenses for Arctic drilling

AP 24 Hour News

00:48 sec | 9 months ago

Appeals court upholds Norway licenses for Arctic drilling

"In a blow to environmental groups sued filed suits against arctic oil drilling little region government will be allowed to hand out drilling licenses in the region an appeals court upheld a ruling the too quick to the government of charges from the group's nature and use and Greenpeace Nordic the drilling for oil and gas in all two quarters would violate the twenty fifteen Paris agreement on climate change and the Norwegian constitution the lawyer representing the Norwegian government argued that drilling licenses in the Barents Sea have been backed by a large majority in the nation's parliament he warned the courts against tipping the balance of power between elected officials and the justice system according to Norwegian broadcaster NRK the environmental groups immediately appealed Thursday's ruling

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"norwegian government" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:51 min | 10 months ago

"norwegian government" Discussed on KCRW

"Buy in from the Norwegian government but always low has nixed the idea the study found there simply wouldn't be enough cargo to warrant the cost that's done little to dampen Rafael sins in through CAS some born and bred in cure can miss the balding square shouldered bear is a Die Hard booster of his town so he started looking elsewhere for investors I have promoted it says a lot in China and the Chinese has been here to look at the possibility there are interesting to see if this is possible Rafael sent his visited China Sir full times to meet with government officials and businessmen is municipalities signed a friendship agreement with the Chinese city of Harbin this year the annual winter festival was called Kirkenes the world's northernmost Chinatown the town was festooned with red lanterns and the Chinese ambassador paid a visit but Rafael sin says not everyone in town was happy with the festival scene I agree the other thing that you're just sort of the Chinese civil and that but it's a engage people that's that's the best Rafael since hopes to create a logistical hub has backing from some businessmen in the area but Thomas Nilsson who covers arctic issues for the independent Behrens observer an online newspaper says he doesn't see Kirkenes is being the new Singapore Norway is one of the biggest shipping nations in the world and not even our shipping companies are looking to ridiculous to her invest them harbors mark Klein taint and associate professor of political science at Norway's university of trom so doesn't thing Rafael since plan is too far fetched he says China has identified the arctic is an area of growing economic importance and wants to create a so called polar Silk Road by developing shipping lanes and investment opportunities across the arctic China has really starting to open to the possibility expanded shipping throughout the arctic and it really shows that China wants to be taken seriously as an arctic player China is already sailing ships through arctic waters Rafael some believe it's only a matter of time before will want to be involved in a logistical hub Jackie north some NPR news Kirkenes you're listening to morning edition on KCRW after ten years hosting I wanted this collection to the commemorative just looking back at all of the great work that we do and will continue to do in the studios of KCRW and due to overwhelming response were morning comes a collective live for one final release on Blu transparent vinyl gets KCRW dot com slash joins I had a morning edition twenty nineteen sorry kinder gentler reality TV and both the US and the UK some say it's a response to a nasty politics and nasty all reality TV and the department of agriculture will have the details on November farm prices this afternoon they have been low for years and trade war terrorists haven't helped some of those traits changes appear to be easing but will prices bounce back next year those stories coming up on morning edition it's easy to look back and remember the heavy news you heard in twenty nineteen.

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Norwegian Government, Venezuela And Norway discussed on Weekend Edition Sunday

Weekend Edition Sunday

00:13 sec | 1 year ago

Norwegian Government, Venezuela And Norway discussed on Weekend Edition Sunday

"Norway is hosting a new round of talks aimed at resolving Venezuela's political crisis. Norwegian government says negotiations will take place in. Also piloting exploratory meetings earlier this

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Saudi Arabia, Norwegian Government And Dadi discussed on Risky Business

Risky Business

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Saudi Arabia, Norwegian Government And Dadi discussed on Risky Business

"Want to take you live to also in no way, where Palestinian activists was warned by the Norwegian government of a possible against him from Saudi Arabia is holding a press conference for the very first time. This is E at L, but Dadi who was sold the threat had been passed onto Norwegian authorities by the US Central Intelligence Agency. He was informed. They could be several reasons why Saudi Arabia with target him yet. Daddy was granted asylum in Norway four years ago, and a critic of surgery this conference had been Sal. In closing like to express my gratitude to the region security services for the care

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News in Brief 2 May 2019

UN News

02:28 min | 1 year ago

News in Brief 2 May 2019

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations. A senior year NFL has warned that harsh drought conditions currently affecting southwest state in Somalia unlikely to trigger a major humanitarian crisis if version actions, not taken George Conway acting U N deputy special Representative for some Malia issued the warning while he was assessing the effects of the prolonged drought on vulnerable populations. In by doa, highlighting the underfunding of this year's humanitarian response plan. Currently only nineteen percent met. Mr. Conway said on Thursday. It would require strong advocacy with donor and financing partners to avoid a crisis and stop it. Increasing potentially over the edge into more disastrous conditions, according to the UN office for the coordination of humanitarian affairs ocher drought conditions during the two thousand eighteen nineteen rainy season have led to an increase in the number of people designated food insecure since October of last year, Mr. Conway was accompanied by members of the Norwegian government's which is already supporting a number of projects in the region. Thursday is world Choon a day which serves. To highlight the importance of this valuable food resource to the marine ecosystem and the global economy says the Iran established just two years ago the day raises awareness about the importance of tuna, a staple of the seas and serves to promote more sustainable fishing practices, highlighting that junior and Tina like species are very important economically to all countries and a significant source of food the UN wants that Younus threatened by an overwhelming demand, especially for traditional canned tuna and Ashim and sushi confirming that approximately seven million tonnes of tuna landed yearly the UN food and Agriculture Organization FAO emphasizes the whole aquaculture sectors role in the cheating, the twenty thirty agenda for sustainable development in particular, sustainable development goal, fourteen to conserve the ocean and its resources and sticking with the global festival of action kicked off in Bonn, Germany on Thursday, aiming to inspire SDG campaigns to scale up and broaden the global movement and make the seventeen goals reality. Organized by the UN SDG action campaign the groundbreaking event runs until Saturday providing an interactive space to showcase the latest innovations, tools and approaches to SDG advocacy, bringing together more than fifteen hundred political decision-makers activists experts business leaders and creatives from over one hundred and thirty countries the festival is expected to motivate not only organizations, but also individuals in the push towards twenty thirty. My wells UN news.

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Norway sees a future in giant subterranean data centers

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

06:21 min | 1 year ago

Norway sees a future in giant subterranean data centers

"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by pinata for businesses. And universities Panatta was everything YouTube isn't with enterprise grade security Bilton recording and live streaming and a unique search engine that finds any words spoken in any video Panatta was how professionals share knowledge and by WordPress. Build the website that can turn your dreams into reality with WordPress dot com with powerful say building tools, thousands of themes and twenty four seven support from real experts. wordpresScom lets you launch site that's free to start and is built to grow. With you. Go to WordPress dot com slash APM. For fifteen percent off any new plan purchase. That's WordPress dot com slash APM. We come from the land of the ice and snow and giant subterranean data centers from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm jed Kim in for. Molly would. As more and more devices, get connected to the internet's and as more people get devices the need for data storage is growing exponentially. Because the cloud doesn't actually exist in the air it lives on massive fleets of hard drives and servers where to situate. This hardware is a strategic question. You wanna place that secure has political stability? And if you're a tech company that wants to look good has lots of cheap renewable energy. That's why Norway is making a big push to get companies to build data centers. They're Microsoft announced plans for two Norwegian data centers last year. Katie Prescott is a BBC journalist who reported on this from Norway. She traveled far north to visit a data center in a former mine, I can describe it as I could Norwegian fairytale. It was like the entrance to a trolls cave inside a snowy mountain and we had to drive down into the data center a mile under the mountain into. This old mine, which they put serves in. It was totally bizarre to be in this tunnel of caves, and they described it as an underground town. So it had this enormous beautiful down the middle and then to left and right with the service, and because it was next to this fueled and under the ground, it meant that just kept very cool and very safe. I mean, you unlikely to get many spies creeping around the fault of Norway. And if you did you'd probably notice them, so the Norwegian government is incentivizing the construction of data centers with tax breaks. Why do they want these data centers so badly? Well, they come with a lot of money and the other very exciting thing about data centers. And I promise you can't get excited about sending we need them so much. I mean ninety percent of all the data in the woes created in the lost two years. So suddenly, we need a space to put all these things. And the Norwegian government is looking beyond the oil and gas that is currently the big driver of the economy that and. Thinking, right. What's going to be the next industry, and then looking at data, which is often cooled the new oil thinking, actually, you know, perhaps that is the feature does Norway's kind of out of the way location hinder pudding in the data centers there in many ways. No. But it depends what sort of data storing if you putting Facebook photos, it's if you're talking about data that we need to trade, for example in financial services. It's too far away. What's called the latency the distance the data's to travel is to fall, why did think it was really interesting while I was there those I met someone who said our next challenge is to dig fiber optic cables under the North Pole from Norway to Asia and the west coast merica, if you think how data travels from Europe at the moment, it goes from side to side, they will say if we can go under the North Pole. We can go direct, and that's going to increase the number of people who want to come to Norway to put. Data center here. Katie Prescott is a journalist for the BBC that catchy idea that data is the new oil. It's controvercial. Sure. It may get mind traded stockpiled become on data is clearly not something wherever going to run out of. Now for some related links. What's making undersea fiber optic cables? More of a possibility in the Arctic, our friend climate change and melting Arctic ice if Norway does go ahead with plans to route Beiber optic lines through the North Pole. It will join just a couple of projects in the works. It can read about the current state of subsidy telecom in my favorite, the maritime executive the Arctic is attractive because it isn't already crowded with cables, and there's less risk of damage from say a fishing net or boat anchor our own Peter Balan and Rosen explained on this program Finland's plans to connect with Asia. If you want a visual of what such a fiber optic line? Looks like Peter you had a picture of one. He describes it like thick black liquorice the width of a tug of war rope, which as a non lover of liquorice. I gotta say you as Katie mentioned Norway's interest in new data centers comes as it tries to get away. From an oil based economy Norway's also moving away from oil in its trillion dollar sovereign wealth fund is looking to offload about seven and a half billion dollars in shares in energy companies fossil fuels may have made the nation rich. But now they're seen as a future financial risk or to invest it. I don't know how about tack jed Kim. And that's marketplace tech. This is a PM. This marketplace podcast is brought to you by evident, providing a simple insecure platform that lets businesses confidently know who they're dealing with without the risk and expense of handling sensitive personal data from identity verifications to background checks and everything in between. Businesses of all sizes can get the answers they need securely in easily with evident. 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Norway leads way on electric cars

24 Hour News

00:54 sec | 2 years ago

Norway leads way on electric cars

"Driving has quietly transformed Inouye. Some thirty percent of all new comes in the country sport plugging cables, rather than gasoline tanks compared to to percents across Europe a role as countries around the world tried to encourage more people to buy electric cars to fight climate change. No way success has one key driver the government to help sales. The Norwegian government waived hefty vehicle import duties and registration and sales taxes for buyers of electric cars in this sense. No way is an outlier the country is very wealthy after exporting for decades. The kind of fossil fuels the world is trying to win it. Cell phone off. Incomes are higher than the rest of Europe. As probably says Norway has pledged to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases by forty percent by twenty thirty compared with nineteen ninety

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"norwegian government" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

05:12 min | 2 years ago

"norwegian government" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Tiny. They have a fulltime staff of to Thomas says this wasn't the first time they've been harassed in twenty four teen officials accused the observer of being a mouthpiece for the Norwegian government and that same year the FSP directly requested that. Norwegian officials close the paper down. Which officials responded that's not the way it work in the media freedom with authorities never interfere for Thomas. This fight is about a lot more than his own freedom to report in Russia. President Vladimir Putin began cracking down on independent journalism almost immediately after being elected in two thousand and ever since reporters who write critical stories have a tendency to die under mysterious circumstances. A few months ago three Russian journalists were murdered when an activist tried to investigate their deaths and potential Kremlin connections. He was poisoned, but survived the committee to protect journalists lists Russia as number eleven on its global impunity index meaning when Russian journalists are killed or attacked. It's rare for anyone to be held accountable all of this violence and intimidation of the media has huge implications for Russians, first and foremost. But Thomas says it also matters to anyone who wants to try to understand the. Shen arctic. He says the media is needed to serve its traditional role here ferreting out corruption and highlighting voices. That would otherwise get drowned out. What do we lose by not knowing more like how could that affect? I dunno decision making policy international relations by not having the information. I think the most untold stories or the consequences for the locals living in areas where big oil this moving in or where the military start to rebuild their facilities. And so so the media's role of being the voice of like indigenous reindeer herders that is what what I'm most scared that I will. We would never really we will most likely of realize it before it's too late for for many of them. And that is journalists is all about is about being insolent and being able to see a story from different perspectives. And that is more difficult to do today in Russia. There's hope you have the actor. Today, we lose the hope then it's kind of game over. So of course, we we do have hope. As a symbol of their hope. And termination, the barons observer has this Russian toy in their offices. A plastic doll with huge green eyes around read body. If you try to knock it down it. Bob's backup schooled go. Tip it over all this again comes Nelson and his colleagues and curcas have stuck a sign on the belly of the doll. That says try to tip over freedom of expression and see what happens you can people over journalists with we've always come up again for the world. I'm Amy Martin Kirkenes Norway. Amy's reporting on climate change in the Arctic comes to us through a partnership with the threshold podcast and with funding support from the Pulitzer center from Iceland and Sweden to Russia and Alaska over the past few weeks, we've been bringing you stories from the Arctic and the people who live there check out our Instagram for a recap of some of the stories and to test your knowledge with our Arctic quiz. We are at PRI the world on Instagram. It is always unsettling feeling when someone you interviewed in a war zone actually does Syrian opposition activists riot Farris with killed in the same place. I spoke with them from four years ago the area of it lib when we spoke his village from Bill was being targeted by Syrian government forces. But also by US air strikes aimed at ISIS when I asked him what it was like living there. Here's what he told me. Jhenidah? But engineer, I'll you can find on cellphones telephones them find anything we have looked his hip, but let the let we got some of us the charge like in a home Bill it's small one, but they can get us. We want them, and then it can predict themselves live like Kidman without electricity. And that's where the Skype line cut off. It was the only time I spoke with fed us late last week. We got the news that he was killed. Here's Rebecca collared with historic. In two thousand eleven like, so many Syrians rod ferris took to the streets to protest against the government of the Charlotte Saad, and when those protests turned into war ferris documented human rights violations by the government and the devastation caused by air strikes and shelling sharing it with the world in videos like this one..

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EU migration row boils over as Italy and France trade insults

News and Perspective with Herb Weisbaum

02:34 min | 2 years ago

EU migration row boils over as Italy and France trade insults

"Last president was handed the nobel peace prize this president actually going to earn a group of gop lawmakers is also backing trump's nomination for the nobel peace prize kenneth moton abc news the white house italy and france exchanged barbs as tensions over who should take in migrants rises in europe abc's megan williams with the latest from rome italy summoned the french ambassador on wednesday morning after a french government spokesperson said italy's decision to block a migrant ship now headed to spain made him vomit italy's farright interior minister matteo sereni addressed the senate here defending italy's record on saving and welcoming migrants who crossed the mediterranean sea he said italy now has one hundred and seventy thousand migrants house throughout the country will france has blocked ten thousand from trying to cross the border from italy to france megan williams abc news rome the us may be sending more troops to a country not known usually for military activity norway says it wants to increase the us military presence in its country for at least the next five years last year about three hundred us marines were deployed to norway while us military officials say the marines are sent there in order to train in cold weather conditions norway is one of several countries that have expressed concerns over possible incursions by russia norwegian government officials say there is no plan however for a permanent us base there that's bills in for reporting the world cup will come to north america but not everyone's invited for what it's worth i'm cheri preston when the us mexico and canada host the twenty twenty six world cup will the teams be bringing their hooligans with them when you think about traditional soccer hooligans right you think you'd like a big kind of drunk guy cheri preston abc news komo news time one fifty our propel insurance.

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"norwegian government" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"norwegian government" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"So there's a foster flow of sweets to is dry for most low over the border in sweden where there's no sugar tax the revolved candy shops including one i visited that trying to entice norwegian shoppers with products which are half the price it's hard to imagine anything else quite like it the swedish owner says this is one of the biggest sweet shops in the world it has twenty of them all a short distance from the border ninety five percent of customers come over from norway some shoppers have made long journeys to stock up on chocolate sweets and sugary drinks stalls selling other goods nearby can also offer lower prices than back at home coming every once a month to buy food so it's it's what it it's not only because of the price but like to have a trip by when we come here matz it brought from the company got a bit in which owns the stores says he's noticed a sales boost since the norwegian tax went up we're getting more customers and we also see that the existing customers that we already had is buying more that we can also see the sugar tax in new way goes back to the nineteen twenties and was introduced as a revenue raising measure the government believes it has helped stabilize child abuse d levels for fifteen year olds over the lost decade sweden's a higher and have risen more rapidly the norwegian government has made efforts to get food companies to reduce sugar content ursa mickelson is the health minister now to step off that a visit tier of children and young people and i'm happy about that it means that what we had done unto now had been functioning on the right way.

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"norwegian government" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"norwegian government" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"So there's a foster flow of sweets to is dry for most low over the border in sweden where there's no sugar tax the revolved candy shops including one i visited that trying to entice norwegian shoppers with products which are half the price it's hard to imagine anything else quite like it the swedish owner says this is one of the biggest sweet shops in the world it has twenty of them all a short distance from the border ninety five percent of customers come over from norway some shoppers have made long journeys to stock up on chocolate sweets and sugary drinks stalls selling other goods nearby can also offer lower prices than back at home coming every once a month to buy food so it's it's what it it's not only because of the price but like to have a trip by when we come here matz it brought from the company got a bit in which owns the stores says he's noticed a sales boost since the norwegian tax went up we're getting more customers and we also see that the existing customers that we already had is buying more that we can also see the sugar tax in new way goes back to the nineteen twenties and was introduced as a revenue raising measure the government believes it has helped stabilize child abuse d levels for fifteen year olds over the lost decade sweden's a higher and have risen more rapidly the norwegian government has made efforts to get food companies to reduce sugar content ursa mickelson is the health minister now to step off that a visit tier of children and young people and i'm happy about that it means that what we had done unto now had been functioning on the right way.

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"norwegian government" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"norwegian government" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Of the inmate because i also think and now you lose fierce place a school or work and now we have to move you and everything you have to start all over again if feel for the guide you appear to put a lot of yourself into your work you care a lot about the inmates yeah but also care about the system i don't want to release a guy who an idiot or an animal and this more governor on initials and created a haven for rehabilitation on an island off the norwegian coast where the rate of reoffenders is just sixteen percent i think if it wasn't a briton the norwegian government convention of 400 you can go fishing there is a big bench you can sit and watch this ships and it's a beautiful place to say it's always quiet it's called bashtawi and the entire island is one community where a hundred and fifty inmates all work and live together now of course island prisons and nothing new but this item prison is very different even though inmates of free to swim in the surrounding sea this only ever be one attempted escape in its 35year history catherine traveled to the island to me one of those in charge of bashed our growth told me to vote on the prison governor we want to give a remits smut share responsibility as possible shop is written by inmates the inmates all other league the after by shop and prepare for themselves in a different kind of houses referring are to create good neighbors but a good neighbour also is a person parts of knowledge about local democracy so these are going to be created book called on island council to decide upon matters that are important for mates us and one of the tasks every year is how to use the surplus from the shop to hear the surplus from the swap goes back to de mix the result this that's we have no shoplifting here they are paid every week but once a month because of quite normal immune which in society and in order to have enough money for all the food they eat the need to corporate with all the john of applicants yes we do there a waiting list for a three or four months heavy had any violent that since yet and they'll look for thirty years and in prisons like held in industrial social workers are employed to help inmates planned for.

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"norwegian government" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"norwegian government" Discussed on 790 KABC

"You know that to me you guys probably yourselves of being educated and informed about immigration and i'm starting to wonder if you really are uh you really need to this in a lot of comments about norway and i know maybe you tried to be funny but it really wasn't one is because there's always somebody positive conference of norway and how wonderful it is and i was making a joke that what we do hub immigrants in norway quite a few muslims actually yeah um yeah we under you know to say it like it is the muslims um are not very interested in being integrate its uh in the norwegian society um they would like to kinda lead their aum's type of life and which is a problem the norwegian government is trying their best to incorporate them into you know the normal daily nowegian life so uh i came here fiftytwo years ago from norway and um i think that um we really toyo donnas to do the best for a country that we have chosen to come to and we try to give back to the country that's been good for us uh i think most immigrant they came into legal way another thing too is you know one day talking by illegal immigrants there is no illegal immigrants theory illegals immigrants i usually legal not enough uh you know another issue there but uh yeah so i mean i think i come from a very good countries that's no doubt about that but i love you his idealized by americans right how about that you know i think the italians early i idealized why america histories idealized some of its culture for the italian but they will be called the the the government particularly of scandinavia and the the sort of social structures highly idealized in this country well you know it's interesting because actually there are more uh people in the united states of norwegian heritage done there on a weakened to norway detail did not do that but that's interesting mr trump clearly did not you know what i think that um the.

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"norwegian government" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"norwegian government" Discussed on KGO 810

"And i am an immigrant from norway sheets ely is is at the centre of mr trump's controversies relieves such wonderful country to come to an even more wonderful country they're so everybody has this idea that that norway is perfection that they know how to do it right it's you know well they have the many ways between north difficult to compare a country like the euro ccri underwritten forty million people to five million plus the about the same number of people was it orange county right that's it so i wanna take a little issue with your quick remark all norway being a boring home it in your country tongueincheek i was kinnings that yesterday today joe because you tell that to me you guys pride yourselves of being educated and informed about immigration and i'm starting to wonder if you really are uh you really need to this in a lot of comments about norway i know maybe you tried to be funny but it really wasn't reason i mean is because there's always somebody positive norway and how wonderful it is and i was making a joke that yeah well we do have immigrants in norway quite a few moslems actually um yeah we earned under you know to say it like it is the muslims um are not very interested in being integrate its uh in the norwegian society um they would like to kinda leave their own type of life and which is a problem the norwegian government is trying to mess to incorporate them into you know the normal daily no wheats in life so uh i came here fifty two years ago from norway and um i think that um we really try our darnest to do the best for a country that we have chosen to come to and we try to get back to the country that's been good for us uh i think most immigrant they came into legal way another thing too is you know one day talking much illegal immigrants there is no illegal immigrants theory illegals immigrants are usually legal not enough so you know another issue there but uh yeah so i mean i think i come from a very good country uh no died about that but i do.

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"norwegian government" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"norwegian government" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"I've been feeling like enemies massaging of equi said good film busy it even if you do in your closer to the tail no right between the eyes of a global or acts was a two thousand five studied by the norwegian government reinforced the view that they don't feel that are not suffering uh yeah all right if it helps everybody sleep at night enjoy a number of i've got this celebrated i mean if you disagree with you a number of recent studies indicate they do feel pain apple or at least pain um in their own way mom let's do after all every animal has some method of registering dangerous stimuli in responding to it in a way that discourages contact with the that stimuli again tough to do in a pot of boiling water robert hall the pick it out afterwards and say to that hurdle what would that the lobster you're like i get it let it what am i gonna do my i'm into deep the thing is you have to put him in head for i was told so it's like being shot in the head it's like puts mother misery away just jim lehrer that much about what a launched their thanks i guess if you're if you're teaching the as someone or your failure with a claw hand we're like that by moslem lobster boy here's what here claw heads that were all get insensitive about it i would appreciate it would make fun you can't take a hot bath freaks a briton if you love lobster and i'm sure you do and others veils buys it but don't relish the notion of dropping them into a pot of boiling water consider putting them in the freezer first or freeze them the death that's the idea for splitting their brain and a half with a wellplaced cut before cooking split their brain in half novel okay outside the box killing them makes them torpid in sedated oh because i feel a little torpid gotta be eyes with you are you run me a bath great angry using splitting their brain will kill them instantly just before you drop them in.

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"norwegian government" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"norwegian government" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Feel things as is all about you i've been feeling guilt for all these young shadow ralliers when i was ten people like what they allege is there kill me and i am not even sure i killed if a massage 13 lobsters and then i threw him apart and i've been feeling leg massaging of what we say good on busy and if you do a near closer to the tail no right between the eyes or acts was a two thousand five cloudy by the norwegian government reinforced the view that they don't feel that are not suffering yeah all right if it helps everybody sleep at night enjoy a number of i've got celebrated i'm going to disagree you're a number of recent studies indicate they do feel pain all or at least pain in their own way mom let's do after all every animal has some method of registering dangerous stimuli in responding to it in a way that discourages contact with the that stimuli again tough to do in a pot of boiling water right nah than pick it out afterwards and say to that heard it all the lives 300 like i get it and let it what am i gonna do right i'm into deep the thing is yet to put him in head for i was told so it's like being shot in the head it's like puts moderniser reddaway just jim their lairs at much about what a lobster thanks against severe it if you're teaching the is someone who your the client of where like there by if my of lobster boy is a heads that were all get it said civil about it but i would appreciate it you would make fun he could take a hud beth freaks and local a bread and if you love lobster and i'm sure you do when others veils buys it but don't relish the notion of dropping them into a pot of boiling water consider putting them in the freezer first a freeze them the death a to unique idea or splitting their brain in half with a wellplaced cut before cooking split their brain in have novel okay yeah outside the bucks chilling makes them torpid in sedated oh because i appeal a little torpid gotta be eyes are you run me a bath great and rezek splitting their brain will kill them instantly just before you drop them in the water you were actually stimulating their wickets if you or.

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"norwegian government" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"norwegian government" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"A shudder ralliers when i was ten people like what they allege is there kill me and i am not even sure i killed if a massage like 13 lobsters and then i threw it apart not been feeling negative his massaging of that he said good that affiliates even if you do near a closer to the tail no right between the eyes or acts was a two thousand five studied by the norwegian government and reinforced the view that they don't feel they are not suffering yeah all right if it helps everybody sleep at night enjoy a number of i've got this celebrated i mean if you disagree with you are a number of recent studies indicate they do feel pain apple or at least pain in their own way mom let's do after all every animal has some method of registering dangerous stimuli in responding to it in a way that discourages contact with the that stimuli again tough to do in a pot of boiling water rojo than pick it out afterwards and say to that heard it on what would that austria like i get it letter what am i gonna do murray i'm into deep the thing is you have to put him in head for i was told so it's like being shot in the head it's late put some other ms red away just jam their lairs that much about what a launched her thanks against severe it if you're teaching the as someone who your failure in a client we're like that by if my cousin lobster boy is later claw heads that were all get it said about it but i would appreciate it if you would make fun he can't take a hud beth freaks a briton if you love lobster and i'm sure you do and others veils buys it but don't relish the notion of dropping them into a pot of boiling water consider putting them in the freezer first or freeze them the death that's a unique idea or splitting their brain in half were they wellplaced cut before cooking split their brain in half novel okay outside the box chilling them makes them torpid n sedated oh well because i feel a little torpid gotta be us are you run me a bath great and raziq splitting their brain will kill them instantly just before you drop them in the.

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"norwegian government" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"norwegian government" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Feeling of his massaging of university said good busy see that is you do in your closer to the tail no right between the eyes or acts was a two thousand five studied by the norwegian government and reinforced the view that they don't feel that are not suffering yeah all right if it helps everybody sleep at night enjoy a number of i've got this serve rented i'm going to disagree you're a number of recent studies indicate they do feel pain all or at least pain in their own way mom let's do after all every animal has some method of registering dangerous stimuli in responding to it in a way that discourages contact with the that stimuli again tough to do in a pot of boiling water right aw than pick it out afterwards and say that heard it on lobs 300 like i get it let it what am i going to do right i'm into deep them the thing is yet to put him in head for i was told so it's like being shot in the head it's like put some other ms reddaway's away just jammed the repairs are much launched her thanks against severe if you're teaching the is the one of your failure with a client where leg there by if my cousin lobster boy here's a claw heads of were all get a sensitive about it but i would appreciate it would make fun he can't take a hud beth freaks alone a briton if you love lobster and i'm sure you do and others wales buys it but don't relish the notion of dropping them into a pot of boiling water consider putting them in the freezer first or freeze them the death that's a unique idea or a splitting their brain in half were they wellplaced cut before cooking split their brain in half novel okay lay outside the box chilling makes them torpid end sedated oh because i feel a little torpid gotta be us are you run me a bath great and raziq splitting their brain will kill them instantly just before you drop them in the.

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"norwegian government" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"norwegian government" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Beach in the neighboring means politi sir it's eleven years ago i i walked around that each for several hours billions and billions of heretofore small round stones then all of a sudden soit and beaten up and left the beach with nothing else light i could see that you're quite emotional border as quarter an importance spiritual collection of everything with the shami religion the saami beliefs snow something you hole in bow snow and it's been like that for the last few hundred years it's becoming more and more normal talk about it this is something i a un people my generation of from our grandparents parents they never talked about these things because it's probably a fear that they carried with them from the child luedemann and the government was quite stretched and harsh beijing today on last dad awesome me and my sister we were going with our daddy to our some place where we have the main deuce in the summer and it's close to asta because you're not struggling with the norwegian government now are building this huge power line across our land and that is gonna destroy aloft for us we're gonna lose a lot of space that's gonna destroy the nature that's gone are scare the reindeer's and now and if we lose that economists that the would have been trying to talk with them and trying to have the meetings with them i'm thinking i'm a little bit afraid because i'm thinking okay lose a lot of our lands now where where can we go then what will happen and well we went up with our daddy and he was like showing low sacred stones they are gonna destroy our sacred stones he was so sad also so.

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"norwegian government" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"norwegian government" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"It's time to to business next and today we had to scandinavia a bit earlier monaco's macas hippie spoke to marius lawrenson a journalist from each 24 the norwegian out online publication for economy and business they started talking about reports that sweden would be keen to sell its stake in scandinavian airlines sas woah we do know is that a group according to the newspaper argument sweden as a small group investors they're looking to take on a big guess share the company they seemed to be struggling with the financing apparently according to the sources malir with this but what we do know from the shareholder side is that both the norwegian and this we discover meant have publicly stated for a long time now that they're interested in selling they just want to find the right by are basically because they want to make sure that the company as a strong uh ownership base that backs them up because that is of course very tough market these days running in her life announced music voting would be sweden buddies came to troy to so it's sharing the san company yeah so what happened last year was that vote sweden and norway reduced their shareholding ennasr stock sale and apparently it's now the swedish will at least primarily the swedish they lettuce is looking to to reduce their sake the norwegian government has had a order or a vote in the parliament those made in 2011 outta gives the government authority to sell the shares in sas bacon also actually join the steel potentially we'll see how that turns out but the talk now is about the swedish government and of course time will tell whether these investors could potentially uh governor money what's interesting of course is that there have been talks about.

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"norwegian government" Discussed on FT Big Read

FT Big Read

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"norwegian government" Discussed on FT Big Read

"And with the impact what strong on virtual industries over the last two to three years the norwegian government was very hard to repair the damage to the extent that late last year they signed an accord with china to mend by economic and political ties and pledged in the strongest possible terms that they would respect core chinese interests which means not doing things like giving prize as to chinese dissidents saw missing the dalai lama the tibetan spiritual leader who beijing does not like so i think as cases where it's been very successful but if you look at japan the pressure doesn't seem to have worked quite so well in china's ended up now with a leader in albayan japan whose rather more towards the right wing will nationalistic side of things so it's arguable whether the hardline approach take much my china's was japan's in some sense left the dealing with a much tougher need that and lastly ban woken south korea really do about this do they have any sort of recourse under the world trade organization all really is their only choice to somehow give concessions towards china i think there's a worry for many countries not just off grid hitting the end february on pap support from the us that country the twoweek economically and politically and companies to to stand up to china on these issues that are certainly affair that has one and we could emmett put it china is too big too fault you simply can't afford to criticize them.

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"norwegian government" Discussed on FT Big Read

FT Big Read

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"norwegian government" Discussed on FT Big Read

"So i think what's happened is that the government is really quite cleverly played into a strong feeling of national sentiment even though actually there isn't a great deal of animus toward south korea in fact many chinese enjoy using south korean products you mentioned the to these economic boycotts been going on for very long time in china how effective they be numbing to the extent that they are a tool of foreign policy have they been effective in winning concessions from the foreign governments that have been targeted that being number of studies done and itching if purely in the face of the economic and financial impact of we look at previous boycott say against japanese products we find that often trade is hit paso one year the debt and then it bounces back which suggests that it somewhat short term but actually we find that in many cases there is a law a political impact so if you look at the case of norway and the nobel peace prize in two thousand and ten a committee which awards nobel peace prize which is appointed by norwegian politicians but independent from them gave the peace prize to shove all a very famous chinese dissident in beijing was very upset it decided to take action against norway even though it wasn't a decision taken by the norwegian government and said i was an effective embargo puts on exports from norway including salmon and other seafood products and academics guesstimate that something like a billion dollars in trade was lost from noise perspective.

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