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Ghosts, Norwegian style – part two

We continue the tale of asylum seekers versus local ghost from yesterday’s post, where I noted that the first installment of newspaper Trønder-Avisa’s coverage was really stretching to deliver frights.

First, the newspaper notes that several of the ‘frightening incidents’ took place Continue reading

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Ghosts, Norwegian style

Of course the main headlines in the mainstream Norwegian media tend to be the usual mix; breaking news of major events at home and abroad, ludicrous global celebrity tittle-tattle, sport and attention grabbing ‘tabloid’ tales. The stuff I like to examine tends to emerge at the local level.

Like, for example, the recent problems caused by ghosts at public institutions. Continue reading