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Marie Von Krogh

Stavanger, Norway
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About Marie
Marie von Krogh is a photojournalist based in Stavanger, Norway. At university she studied journalism and history of arts and culture. Formerly a journalist for a local newspaper she left her job in 2009 to work as a freelance photojournalist. Her work has been featured in regional and national newspapers and magazines such as Verdens Gang, Stavanger Aftenblad, Dagens Næringsliv, Aftenposten/A-magasinet and Dagbladet.
Web: www.marievonkrogh.com
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Summary in Rogaland: People lost trust in the government

14 Jan 2024  |  vg.no
The Labour Party (Ap) lost mayoral positions in several Rogaland municipalities in recent elections, attributed to national issues overshadowing local politics and a loss of trust in the government. Frode Fjeldsbø, Gjesdal's mayor, and Arne Buchholdt Espedal from Sandnes, where Ap lost to the Conservatives after 12 years, suggest the party should address inequality, restore 'safety' as a brand, and act decisively in crises. The Labour Party's leadership is advised to focus on poverty reduction and ensuring basic security for citizens. Prime Minister Jonas Gahr Støre is set to visit Rogaland to discuss the party's challenges with local members.

Haaland surprised the children in Bryne: – Enormously honored

04 Oct 2023  |  smp.no
Erling Braut Haaland surprised children at a training session in Jærhallen, Bryne, to officially reopen the renovated hall. Haaland, who spent many hours in the hall during his youth, emphasized its importance in his development both as a footballer and a person. He promised football equipment to all players under 12 in Time kommune and took time to sign autographs and take selfies. The visit was highly appreciated by the children and local officials, who compared it to a visit from Messi or Ronaldo. Haaland's success and his return to Bryne were celebrated, with a large picture of him now adorning the hall's wall.

Haaland surprised the children in Bryne: – Enormously honored

04 Oct 2023  |  fvn.no
Erling Braut Haaland made a surprise visit to Jærhallen in Bryne to officially reopen the renovated hall, where he spent much of his youth. He promised football equipment to all players under 12 in Time kommune and emphasized the hall's importance in his development. Haaland interacted with the children, signing autographs and taking selfies, and reflected on his journey from a local boy to an international football star. The visit was highly appreciated by the community, with local officials expressing pride and excitement.

At this Stavanger school, students will become specialists in robots

01 Aug 2023  |  www.utdanningsnytt.no
Godalen videregående skole in Stavanger is launching a new study program in automation and robotics, aimed at preparing students for higher education and future technological advancements. The program, developed by Jon Bjarne Bø and Knut Aksel Rydningen, has already attracted significant interest, including from female students. The school will collaborate closely with the University of Stavanger to ensure a smooth transition to further studies. The initiative aims to meet the growing demand for technical skills in the job market, emphasizing the importance of both practical and theoretical education.

She took the last name of Harry Potter's enemy

17 Oct 2020  |  www.aftenposten.no
Ragnhild decided to change her last name from her ex-husband's surname, Madsen, to Malfang, a name associated with a villainous family in the Harry Potter series. She sought suggestions from her Facebook friends and chose Malfang to avoid changing her email address. Her choice often prompts curious questions from children at the library where she works.

After the accident, Peder (19) became dependent on crutches. Then UiB researchers found a new way to use stem cells.

27 Jul 2020  |  www.bt.no
Crushed bones in the body can be difficult to rebuild after serious accidents. Now, new technology may make it possible. Researchers at the University of Bergen have discovered a new way to use stem cells, potentially aiding in the recovery of individuals like Peder, who became dependent on crutches after an accident.

After the accident, Peder (19) became dependent on crutches. Then Norwegian surgeons found a new method that could help him

19 Jul 2020  |  www.aftenbladet.no
New technology is making it possible to rebuild shattered bones in the body after serious accidents. Norwegian surgeons have developed a new method that could help individuals like Peder, who became dependent on crutches following an accident.

Mission: Breathing Assistance

24 May 2020  |  www.vg.no
The Norwegian government has ordered 1000 emergency respirators to ensure patients receive breathing assistance during the COVID-19 outbreak. Prime Minister Erna Solberg highlighted engineer Eivind Gransæther during the announcement, although he had already been removed from the process. The article delves into the conflict surrounding the emergency respirator, which is unlikely to be used in Norway's fight against the virus.

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