1980s|Monarch - Olav V
Prime Minister - Per Borten (Centre Party)
1 January - The Norwegian National Insurance Act (Folketrygdloven) was introduced.
22 October – The opening of the Tjeldsund Bridge.
24 November – The voting age in Norway was set to 20 years of age.
Municipal and county elections are held throughout the country.
The Government Pension Fund of Norway (Norwegian: Statens pensjonsfond Norge or SPN) was established by the Norwegian National Insurance Act (Folketrygdloven)
Per Hansson, journalist and writer, is awarded the Gyldendal's Endowment literature prize.
Hallvard Rieber-Mohn, writer and Dominican priest, is awarded the Riksmål Society Literature Prize.
Astrid Tollefsen, poet, is awarded the Norwegian Critics Prize for Literature for the poetry collection Hendelser.
21 February – Marianne Aasen, politician
7 March – Helje Solberg, journalist.
26 July – Gunn Karin Gjul, politician
22 August – Merete Agerbak-Jensen, politician
29 August – Jon Almaas, television presenter and writer
Trygve Allister Diesen, film director and screenwriter
12 January - Per Øisang, journalist and radio and television presenter (b.1920)
29 January - Gunnar Ousland, writer, editor and politician for the Labour Party(b.1877)
31 January - Peder Nikolai Leier Jacobsen, politician (b.1888)
10 February - Harald Warholm, politician (b.1920)
15 February - Rasmus Sørnes, inventor, clockmaker and radio technician (b.1893)
28 February - Kaare Strøm, limnologist (b.1902)
3 March - Mons Lid, politician and Minister (b.1896)
8 March - Asbjørn Lindboe]], politician (b. 1889)
16 March - Jakob Sande, writer, poet and folk singer (b.1906)
5 April - Johan Falkberget, author (b.1879)
20 April - Birger Ljungberg, politician and Minister (b.1884)
2 May - Paul Martin Dahlø, politician (b.1885)
11 June - Johan Sigurd Karlsen, politician (b.1894)
20 June - Hans Oskar Evju, politician (b.1886)
1 July - Martin Tranmæl, socialist leader (b.1879)
14 August - Trygve Pedersen, sailor and Olympic bronze medallist (b.1884)
18 August - Ivar Bae, politician (b.1896)
28 August - Nils Langhelle, politician and Minister (b.1907)
19 September - Andreas Hagelund, gymnast and Olympic gold medallist (b.1881)
6 October - Sigurd Moen, speed skater and Olympic bronze medallist (b.1897)
15 October - Ejnar Tønsager, rower (b.1888)
25 November - Johannes Hanssen, bandmaster, composer and teacher (b.1874)
2 December - Johannes Andersen, long distance runner (b.1888)
7 December - Daniel Johansen, track and field athlete (b.1885)
30 December - Kjell Gjøstein Aabrek, politician (b.1901)
Edvin Alten, judge (b.1876)
Jens Isak de Lange Kobro, politician and Minister (b.1882)
1967 in Norway Wikipedia
Events in the year 1967 in Norway.