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Noise exposure in Norway. 1999-2014

Growing number of Norwegians are exposed to noise

The number of Norwegians exposed to noise continued to increase, and in 2014 was at the highest level since 1999. Road traffic was by far the largest source, and affected about 35 per cent of the population.

Health at a Glance 2016 - Health Conditions in Europe and Norway

Three times as many sick days among obese Norwegians

Obese Norwegians aged 50-59 report more sick days, and are less employed than their peers.

Economic trends for Norway and abroad

Two-year oil-driven downturn may come to an end

A reduced decline in investments in the petroleum industry and somewhat higher growth in exports, mainland business investment and consumption are expected to lead to greater economic growth and slightly lower unemployment. Growth in house prices is also expected to see a noticeable decline.

Index of retail sales, October 2016

Retail sales increased in October

The seasonally-adjusted volume index of retail increased by 0.9 per cent from September to October this year. This follows a decrease of 0.3 per cent from August to September.