Events in the year 1989 in Norway.
Monarch - Olav V
Prime Minister - Gro Harlem Brundtland (Labour Party) until 16 October, Jan P. Syse (Conservative Party)
30 March – The Oseberg oil field and the first gas pipeline to mainland Norway were opened.
1 June – Pope John Paul II visited Norway for the first time. This was the first time a pope has ever visited Norway.
9 May - the ban on Skateboarding in Norway, which was in act since 1978, is removed.
7 July – The opening of the Atlanterhavsveien Road.
8 September – A Norwegian passenger plane crashed outside Hirtshals. All the 55 on board died.
11 September – The 1989 Parliamentary election takes place.
9 October – The opening of the Sami Parliament of Norway.
16 October – Gro Harlem Brundtland resigns, with her cabinet, as Prime Minister of Norway for the second time.
16 October – Syse's Cabinet was appointed.
1989 in Norway Wikipedia
3 November - Torgeir Bryn becomes the first Norwegian to play in the NBA, when he played 2 minutes for the Los Angeles Clippers against Houston Rockets.29 January - Marita Skammelsrud Lund, Norwegian footballer
9 January - Øivind Jensen, boxer (born 1905)
10 January - Kai Fjell, painter, printmaker and scenographer (born 1907)
11 January - Thor Myklebust, politician (born 1908)
4 February – Johanne Reutz Gjermoe, economist and politician (born 1896).
19 February - Sigurd Marius Johansen, politician (born 1906)
2 March - Claus Egil Feyling, politician (born 1916)
7 April - Per Hysing-Dahl, politician (born 1920)
7 May - Anton Rønneberg, writer, theatre critic, dramaturg and theatre director (born 1902)
17 May - Hallvard Eika, politician and Minister (born 1920)
25 May – Arne Selberg, bridge engineer (born 1910).
23 June - Arne Tuft, cross country skier (born 1911)
5 August - John Larsen, rifle shooter, Olympic gold medallist and World Champion (born 1913)
12 August - Lillebil Ibsen, dancer and actress (born 1899)
25 August - Hans Børli, poet and writer (born 1918)
16 October - Hans Frette, politician (born 1927)
22 October - Bjarne Daniel Solli, politician (born 1910)
28 October - Johannes Lislerud, politician (born 1911)
30 November - Ingeborg Refling Hagen, author and teacher (born 1895)
9 December - Gunnar Bøe, economist and politician (born 1917)
30 December - Gunn Vigdis Olsen-Hagen, politician (born 1946)
Rolf Hauge, army officer (born 1915)
Andreas Holmsen, professor and historian (born 1906)
Leif Iversen, politician (born 1911)
Paulus Svendsen, historian of literature and ideas (born 1904)