They’ve done the train to Bergen, and the ferry up the west coast, Nor NRK’s is to give another journey its pioneering Slow TV treatment: the reindeer migration.
An operative for Norway’s anti-immigration Progress Party has caused outrage after accusing the Labour Party’s deputy leader of having “a mission from Allah to islamise Norway” in a post on Facebook.
The reported attack and binding of a DSB employee on Friday morning has turned out to be a fake, Copenhagen Police have announced.
Sea Shepherd activists said on Friday that they would appeal against their conviction for violating the Faroese Pilot Whale Act.
Hundreds of Swedish commuters were hit by rush-hour delays on Friday afternoon and evening with two trains having to be evacuated.
Four people who planned to dissolve a French woman's body in acid were inspired by hit US TV show Breaking Bad, a prosecutor revealed on Friday.
A woman in Mecklenberg-Western Pomerania survived being accidentally shot in a hunting accident, Gadebusch-Rehnaer Zeitung reported on Friday – because her bra somehow stopped the bullet.
Luis Bárcenas, currently on bail over alleged involvement in two major corruption scandals, has been given two weeks 'holiday' leave at his mountain home.
The new French football season is upon us with PSG kicking off proceedings against Lille on Friday night. But with the Paris club set to be more dominant than ever, is the championship already over?
While the Copenhagen Fashion Week comes to an end on Friday, there are still a lot of weekend activities as part of the Copenhagen Fashion Festival.
Italian match-fixing pair Potito Starace and Daniele Bracciali were banned for life on Friday by the Italian Tennis Federation (FIT).
A Swedish paedophile has been jailed for storing a million indecent images, but avoids sentencing over an album cover by German rock legends Scorpions which the court found constituted child porn.
Spanish authorities urged France on Friday to take action against the increasing number of attacks on Spanish trucks by France's striking farmers.
The German Defence Ministry said on Friday that it plans to invest up to €6 billion over the coming years to improve deficient army equipment after a series of embarrassing incidents last year revealed the parlous state of the armed forces' weapons and vehicles.
British police will join Spanish forces patrolling the notorious Balearic Islands resorts of Magaluf and San Antonio from Monday, in a two-week trial aimed at dealing with disorderly British revellers.
Sex toy brand Amorelie is aiming to spread the love with a new billboard campaign across the capital, reports Tagesspiegel.
When school resumes on Monday, more and more students will file in to private schools instead of the public system, which is entering the second year of a historic reform programme.
British Formula One driver Jenson Button and his wife Jessica were burgled while on holiday on the French Riviera, but local prosecutors have rubbished suggestions they were gassed.
Plans for "Ibiza Shore", a new reality TV show based on the party island, have been dropped amid fierce opposition from local authorities.
Midtjylland and Brøndby will face off against Southhampton and PAOK respectively.
New figures have revealed a huge jump in the number of top earners leaving France for abroad. It begs the question whether high taxes might be to blame.
Disappointing summer weather on the home front while most of Europe was enjoying a heatwave led to a rise in Swedes flying abroad in search of sun and warmth, according to figures released on Friday.
A Madrid couple who hired an assassin in a bid to inherit an undertaking business have been handed lengthy jail terms after things didn’t work out quite as planned.
UPDATED: Knife-wielding traffickers sealed migrants in the hull of a boat which sank off Libya, condemning them to drown after slashing or thrashing them depending on their ethnicity, according to survivor testimony reported on Friday.
A small medieval village in Calabria has taken a unique approach to the problem of its dwindling and ageing population: ban people from getting sick.
Second Lieutenant Stephen Biezis is finally going home to the United States, 70 years after he died battling German fighter planes in the Second World War.
The Danish pop singer MØ has scored Denmark’s biggest Billboard hit in more than half a century, topping even 90s club staple ‘Barbie Girl’.
Would-be naked ramblers faced disappointment in Brandenburg this week – as plans for a nudist walking route were put on hold.
A wildfire raging in Extremadura has forced the evacuation of more than 1,500 residents including two campsites full of holidaymakers.
Twenty apartments in Vienna’s Hernals district had to be evacuated on Thursday evening after a 12-year-old girl collapsed in the shower due to carbon monoxide poisoning.
France's weather agency issued a heatwave warning for central France on Friday, predicting temperatures to reach 40C in some parts of the country.
Winegrowers in Switzerland are concerned that a low volume grape harvest for the third successive year could mean Swiss wine loses out to foreign competitors on supermarket shelves.
The United Nations has asked France to draw up a "civil emergency" plan for Calais migrants as the crisis shows no signs of easing.
The internet is awash with conspiracy theories after Swedish Twitter users spotted the similarity between a design on a new Adidas pair of trainers and the logo for the nationalist Sweden Democrat party.
Ecuador's conditions for allowing Swedish prosecutors access to its UK embassy to question Julian Assange are not permitted by Swedish legislation, Ministry of Justice officials said on Friday.
A woman in Rome chose the wrong moment to cool off in one of the city's fountains on Wednesday, when she leapt into one in full view of Italy's president, Sergio Mattarella.
For the first time since the French Revolution, bakers in Paris are allowed to take the whole summer off, meaning you might just struggle (have to walk a little further) to find a fresh baguette this month.
Four years after Anders Behring Breivik shot dead 69 people on Utoya island in Norway, about 1,000 Labour Party youths gathered Friday for the first summer camp to be held there since the massacre.
Tourism is booming on Austria's Danube river. Last year, 375,000 visitors took a cruise along the river - an increase of 17 percent compared to 2013.
UPDATE: Germany's domestic spy agency named not just bloggers, but also lawmakers in a criminal complaint that sparked a controversial treason investigation, news weekly Der Spiegel said on Friday.
The Seaplane Pilots Association Switzerland (SPAS) is offering members of the public a rare chance to ride in a seaplane over Lake Geneva from Le Bouveret in the canton of Valais this weekend.
In news sure to please frustrated beach lovers the world over, the Costa del Sol town of Torrox has outlawed the practice of 'reserving' a desirable spot on the sand by laying out unattended towels and beach umbrellas.
A British photojournalist has captured his fellow countrymen at their worst as they enjoy the excesses that Ibiza has to offer. The Local talks to Peter Dench on the publication of his new book "British Abroad".
A 41-year-old woman has been arrested for allegedly starving, abusing, humiliating and keeping a 77-year-old man in a bed surrounded by metal bars - in his own home - for four years.
Weather forecasters said on Friday that temperatures in some parts of the country may rival national records as Germany continues to sweat under a heatwave.
A German court has put the son of a Swiss millionaire on probation after he set fire to his Ferrari so that he could get another luxury vehicle on his insurance.
An event meant to encourage women to go topless was well-attended – by bikini-clad women and television cameras.
A man and his two grandchildren, aged eight and ten, have died after his house caught fire in Kroisbach an der Feistritz in Styria.
France will from Friday deploy new air and maritime resources off the remote Indian Ocean island of Reunion in the search for more wreckage from the ill-fated MH370 flight, government officials said.
Denmark’s English-speaking theatre group Why Not Theatre will premiere its new play in a secret location somewhere in Copenhagen's new Carlsberg district.
Egyptian winger Mohamed Salah joined Roma on Thursday on a season-long deal from Chelsea and could soon be joined in the Italian capital by unsettled Manchester City striker Edin Dzeko.
A migrant arrested inside the Channel Tunnel connecting England and France is thought to have walked almost all of the treacherous 50-kilometre (31-mile) undersea rail link, reports said Thursday.
The remains of two Japanese climbers who disappeared in the Swiss Alps in 1970 have been found after emerging from melting ice, police said on Thursday.
Frenchwoman Isabelle Prime, who was kidnapped in war-ravaged Yemen on February 24, has been freed and will return home "in the coming hours", the French presidency said late on Thursday.
An employee of rail company DSB was attacked and tied up in the early hours of Friday, causing traffic chaos and a large police operation.
An extraordinary collection of shipwrecked 17th and 18th century Spanish treasure discovered off the coast of Florida has sold in New York for about $2 million (€1.83 million).
Who doesn't love a delicious dessert? Satisfy your guests' taste buds with this low-cholesterol treat. Food writer John Duxbury shares his top tips with The Local.
The first shipwreck survivor to make it off the Irish rescue vessel and onto Italian soil is a baby, carried down the gangplank in an aid worker's arms.
Two Italian telecommunications companies, Wind and 3 Italia, announced their merger on Thursday, creating a group with 31 million mobile phone clients and revenues over €6 billion.
A gas leak at a chemical company forced more than 100 hotel guests and others living in the area in a Hamburg neighbourhood to be evacuated on Thursday night.
Residents of Sweden’s third-largest city will no doubt be breathing a sigh of relief with the news that a 2.5-metre-long python that escaped twice in one week has once again been found.
Germany, overwhelmed by people fleeing war and poverty, is trying to stem the tide of asylum seekers from the Balkans, a region now considered safe at least from armed conflict.
A wallet lost 70 years ago by an American soldier in Austria during World War II was returned to its rightful owner thanks to a doctor who discovered the item in his late grandfather's farmhouse.
Italian financial police said on Thursday they were looking into the movement of around €33 billion over a five year period between the country and the small republic of San Marino, a former tax haven in the middle of Italy.
Attacks against EU migrants and their habitats are increasing in Sweden, but few lead to prosecutions, according to police and voluntary organizations.