I’ve been to Norway, one of the few countries in the West to have tried caps on deposits, to see what lessons we can learn.
NATO troops from around the world marked an Arctic military exercise by taking dozens of selfies.
It took just 79 seconds for the newly-crowned world chess champion Magnus Carlsen to checkmate Microsoft magnate Bill Gates on a chat show.
An Islamist militant group with ties to Syria may be planning an attack in Norway, possibly within the coming days, Benedicte Bjoernland, the head of the Police Security Service (PST) said.
"The PST has received information that persons related to an extreme (Islamist) group in Syria may be planning to carry out a terrorist act in Norway," Bjoernland told a news conference.
"They may be planning to carry out the attack within a short period of time, probably within a few days. But we do not know how, when and in what manner," she said.
Norway has been warned of an imminent terror attack, the country's justice minister has announced.
Norwegian people have been given no specific advice other than to stay vigilant, the Dagbladet newspaper reported.
The paper's headline said "Islamic extremists" were planning an attack in the coming days.
Yesterday was the three-year anniversary of the bombing and mass shooting in Oslo and Utoya which left 77 people dead.
Nato has confirmed that ambassadors have appointed former Norwegian Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg as the next secretary-general of the Western military alliance.
The current secretary-general, Anders Fogh Rasmussen, said Mr Stoltenberg "is the right man to take over as Nato chief."
Nato countries have agreed that the former Norwegian Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg will be the Western military alliance's next secretary-general, Reuters reports citing diplomatic sources.
A Nato source said a formal announcement could be made soon and added: "There's a consensus on his candidacy."
Mr Stoltenberg was the Norwegian Prime Minister at the time of Anders Breivik's attacks on Oslo government buildings and his mass shooting on the island of Utoya.
An island in Norway is to be sliced open in a tribute to the 69 victims of far-right fanatic Anders Behring Breivik's 2011 massacre.
Artist Jonas Dahlberg won a competition to design a memorial to the dead with his idea to cut a 3.5m-wide excavation through the Sobraten island, which is opposite the former holiday island where the killings took place.
Judges said: "The void that is created evokes the sense of sudden loss combined with the long-term missing and remembrance of those who perished.
"The proposal is radical and brave, and evokes the tragic events in a physical and direct manner."
In August 2012, Breivik was jailed for "as long as he is considered dangerous" by a Norwegian court.
A 10-year-old Norwegian boy who took his parents' car for a joyride last week and claimed he was a dwarf when he was caught has hit the road again.
This time he took off in the car of a relative the family was visiting and managed to drive about 30 km (19 miles) before stopping, according to local police.
Last week the unnamed boy loaded his 18-month old sister into the car and headed for their grandparents in Valdres, about 60 km away.
After crashing the vehicle into a snowy ditch the youngster told police he was a dwarf and had forgotten his license.
Syria has moved the first batch of chemical weapon materials out of the country after transporting it from two sites to the port city of Latakia and onto a Danish vessel, the international chemical weapons watchdog has said.
"The vessel has been accompanied by naval escorts provided by Denmark and Norway, as well as the Syrian Arab Republic," the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) said in a statement.
"It will remain at sea awaiting the arrival of additional priority chemical materials at the port."