2000s|Monarch - Olav V
Prime Minister - Kåre Willoch (Conservative Party) until 9 May, Gro Harlem Brundtland (Labour Party)
9 May - Gro Harlem Brundtland becomes Prime Minister of Norway for the second time.
9 May – Brundtland's Second Cabinet was appointed.
Norsk Hydro acquires Årdal og Sunndal Verk in a merger to create the light metal division Hydro Aluminium.
10 March - Jon Aaraas, ski jumper.
8 October - Camilla Herrem, handball player.
5 January - Eivind Sværen, shot putter (born 1917)
15 January - Knut Brynildsen, international soccer player (born 1917)
24 February - Arthur Rydstrøm, gymnast and Olympic silver medallist (born 1896)
26 March - Asbjørn Ruud, ski jumper and World Champion (born 1919)
23 April - Harald Nicolai Samuelsberg, politician (born 1911)
6 May - Toralf Westermoen, engineer, pioneer for the development of high speed craft (born 1914)
19 May - Knut Rød, police officer responsible for the transfer of Jewish people to SS troops in Oslo, acquitted (born 1900)
6 August - Hans-Jørgen Holman, musicologist and educationalist (born 1925)
10 August - Jon Snersrud, skier and Olympic bronze medallist (born 1902)
8 September - Idar Norstrand, civil servant and politician (born 1915)
24 September - Harald Selås, politician (born 1908)
25 September - Hans Vogt, linguist (born 1903)
18 October - Sverre Ingolf Haugli, speed skater and Olympic bronze medallist (born 1925)
30 October - Olaf Hansen, boxer (born 1906)
31 October - Alfred Hauge, novelist, poet and historian (born 1915)
4 November - Thorolf Rafto, human rights activist and professor in Economic History (born 1922)
23 November - Olaf Hoffsbakken, Nordic skier, Olympic silver medallist and World Champion (born 1908)
11 December - Olav O. Nomeland, politician (born 1919)
13 December - Jarl Johnsen, boxer (born 1913)
14 December - John Anker Johansen, gymnast and Olympic silver medallist (born 1894)
21 December - Helge Sivertsen, discus thrower, politician and Minister (born 1913)
31 December - Ole Johansen, politician (born 1904)
Sverre Marstrander, professor in archaeology (born 1910).
1986 in Norway Wikipedia
Events in the year 1986 in Norway.