Ministry of Culture

The Ministry of Culture is responsible for the policy areas of culture, copyright, the media, sport and the voluntary sector. The Ministry also has overarching responsibility for the state lotteries run by Norsk Tipping and for regulating gaming and lotteries run by private organisations.

Current

Nyutnevnt kulturminister Trine Skei Grande på slottsplassen med armene fulle av blomsterbuketter.

Trine Skei Grande becomes Minister of Culture

“Cultural policy is more important than ever, and key for the development of an inclusive society. Culture builds community, and is an important factor in finding a new direction for Norwegian society,” says newly appointed Minister of Culture Trine Skei Grande.

Nærbilde av hånd som skrur på en bilradio.

This is what DAB means for you

National analogue FM radio networks in Norway was switched off in 2017. Are you wondering what the change means for you? Here you will find answers to your questions about the digital radio switchover.

Protection of problem gamblers most important

The Government will retain the current regulatory model that gives Norsk Tipping and Norsk Rikstoto a monopoly on the provision of gaming and betting services. No new licensing scheme will be introduced for foreign gaming and betting companies.

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Documents

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The most important documents are bills (propositions), white papershearing documents and Official Norwegian Reports (NOUs). (These documents are primarily available in Norwegian.)

Resources

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Contact


Phone: +47 22 24 90 90
Press phone: +47 90 23 10 93
Address: , Postboks 8030 Dep 0030 Oslo
Visitor address: Grubbegata 1, Oslo