1970s|Monarch - Haakon VII
Prime Minister - Oscar Torp (Labour Party)
28 March – Bear Island accident: A Royal Norwegian Air Force seaplane crashed on the Bear Island. The plane had a crew of 8 men and one passenger. One of the crew members survived the accident.
3 May - Asbjørn Sunde and Erling Nordby were convicted for treason and espionage in favour of the Soviet Union.
State-owned Årdal og Sunndal Verk begins construction on the Sunndal plant.
Martin Stokken, cross country skier and athlete, is awarded the Holmenkollen medal, Norway's highest skiing award.
Football Association of Norway joins UEFA.
29 January - Vera Lysklætt, politician
18 February - Helen Bjørnøy, Lutheran minister and politician
28 April - Gunn Berit Gjerde, politician
10 July - Wenche Andersen, chef
28 August - Torgeir Schjerven, author and poet
5 September - Per Knut Aaland, cross country skier
20 September - Arne Blix, journalist
6 November - Karin Fossum, author
25 November - Kristin Moe, politician
21 December - Grethe Fossli, politician
Grete Berget, politician and Minister
Jan Bugge-Mahrt, diplomat
Bjørn Eidsvåg, singer, songwriter and Lutheran minister
Bente Haukland Næss, politician
31 January – Christian Fredrik Monsen, politician (born 1878)
8 March – Leiv Heggstad, educator, linguist and translator (born 1879).
10 April – Oscar Mathisen, speed skater (born 1888)
28 April – Knud Leonard Knudsen, gymnast and Olympic gold-medallist (born 1879)
25 May - Snefrid Eriksmoen, politician (born 1894)
25 May - Albert Helgerud, rifle shooter and Olympic gold medallist (born 1876).
7 June - Sigurd Smebye, gymnast and Olympic bronze medallist (born 1886)
4 July - Wilhelm Blystad, track and field athlete (born 1881)
27 July - Jacob Tullin Thams, Olympian skier (born 1889)
Knut Johannes Hougen, politician and Minister (born 1854)
Fredrik Ludvig Konow, politician and Minister (born 1864)
Rasmus Olsen Langeland, politician and Minister (born 1873)
Per Berg Lund, politician and Minister (born 1878)
Per Reidarson, composer and music critic (born 1879)
Torjus Værland, politician and Minister (born 1868)
1954 in Norway Wikipedia
Events in the year 1954 in Norway.