1980s|Monarch - Olav V
Prime Minister - Einar Gerhardsen (Labour Party) until 28 August, John Lyng (Conservative Party) until 25 September, Einar Gerhardsen (Labour Party)
21 March - MS Høegh Aronde sank near Morocco during a voyage from Sassandra to Valencia, resulting in the deaths of 15 of the 28 Norwegian crew members.
1 July - Work begins to build Tromsø Airport
28 August – Lyng's Cabinet was appointed.
25 September – Gerhardsen's Fourth Cabinet was appointed.
Norsk Hydro in cooperation with Harvey Aluminum starts Alnor, a plant at Karmøy to produce aluminium
Municipal and county elections are held throughout the country.
The Munch Museum was opened, 100 years after Edvard Munch's birth.
Stein Mehren, poet, novelist, essayist and playwright, is awarded the Norwegian Critics Prize for Literature and the Mads Wiel Nygaards Endowment for Mot en verden av lys.
10 April - Rune Christiansen, poet and novelist
14 April - Gunvor Eldegard, politician
28 April - Henrik Hellstenius, composer and musicologist
20 June – Viel Bjerkeset Andersen, artist
29 August - Hilde Frafjord Johnson, politician
18 October - Sigvart Dagsland, singer, pianist and composer
27 December - Sigrid Brattabø Handegard, politician
Synnøve Eriksen, novelist
15 January - Bertel Flaten, politician (b.1900)
1 February - Hermann Helgesen, gymnast and Olympic silver medallist (b.1889)
6 March - Ole Øisang, newspaper editor and politician (b.1893)
7 March - Joachim Holst-Jensen, film actor (b.1880)
8 March – Per Askim, naval officer (b.1881).
13 March - Edvin Paulsen, gymnast and Olympic bronze medallist (b.1889)
23 March - Thoralf Skolem, mathematician (b.1887)
24 March - Peder Holt, politician (b.1899)
28 March - Tollef Tollefsen, rower and Olympic bronze medallist (b.1885)
1 April – Agnes Mowinckel, actress and stage producer (b.1875).
10 April - Ottar Gjermundshaug, Nordic combined skier (b.1925)
11 April - Thorleif Holbye, sailor and Olympic gold medallist (b.1883)
13 June - Olav Bjørnstad, rower and Olympic bronze medallist (b.1882)
14 June - Olav Hindahl, trade unionist and politician (b.1892)
17 June - Eugen Lunde, sailor and Olympic gold medallist (b.1887)
20 June - Erling Vinne, triple jumper (b.1892)
30 June - Erling Aastad, long jumper and sprinter (b.1898)
11 July - Paal Kaasen, sailor and Olympic gold medallist (b.1883)
27 July - Trygve Bøyesen, gymnast and Olympic silver medallist (b.1886)
2 August - Thorstein Johansen, rifle shooter and Olympic gold medallist (b.1888)
18 September - Karl Johan Edvardsen, politician (b.1883)
20 September - Thorleiv Røhn, military officer, gymnast and Olympic gold medallist (b.1881)
27 September - Svein Olsen Øraker, politician (b.1886)
2 November - Per Gulbrandsen, rower and Olympic bronze medallist (b.1897)
18 November - Astrid Skare, politician (b.1891)
1 December - Jacob Erstad, gymnast (b.1898)
16 December - Anton Beinset, journalist, newspaper editor, short story writer, crime fiction writer and politician (born 1894).
19 December - Ingolf Rød, sailor and Olympic gold medallist (b.1889)
27 December - Sigvard Sivertsen, gymnast and Olympic gold medallist (b.1881)
Nils Selmer Hauff, bookseller (b.1882)
Hjalmar Holand, historian (b.1872)
Kjeld Stub Irgens, sea captain and collaborator minister (b.1879)
Lars Knutsen, shipowner (b.1884)
Magnus Olsen, linguist and professor of Norse philology (b.1878)
Ulrik Olsen, politician and Minister (b.1885)
Didrik Arup Seip, linguist and professor (b.1884)
1963 in Norway Wikipedia
Events in the year 1963 in Norway.