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Events in the year 1982 in Norway.
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- 11 March – Widerøe Flight 933 crashed into the Barents Sea near Mehamn, killing all 15 on board; this accident remains highly controversial in Norway.
- 2 July - A bomb explodes in a locker at the Oslo Central Station. A young woman is killed and eleven others are injured.
- 9 July - An unexploded bomb is found and defused in the cargo storage at the Oslo central station.
- 9 October - An 18-year-old confesses that it was he who was behind the bombing of the Central Station in Oslo.
- 11 October - Eight paintings worth an estimated 25 million NOK are stolen from the National Gallery in Oslo .
- 18 October - the trail of Arnfinn Nesset, who stands accused of killing 25 patients at the Geriatric institution in Orkdal where he was the director, begins.
- The Norwegian Ministry of Culture and Church Affairs is established
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- 4 January – Ragnhild Hartmann Varmbo, politician (born 1886)
- 8 January – Bjarne Støtvig, politician (born 1898)
- 14 January – Ragnar Larsen, international soccer player, manager and journalist (born 1925)
- 26 January – Hans Jacob Ustvedt, medical doctor and broadcasting administrator (born 1903)
- 1 February – Eilert Bøhm, gymnast and Olympic silver medallist (born 1900)
- 11 February – Andreas Knudsen, sailor and Olympic silver medallist (born 1887)
- 5 March – Torolv Kandahl, politician (born 1899)
- 29 March – Karl Aasland, politician (born 1918)
- 9 May – Erling Engan, politician (born 1910)
- 27 June – Ingvar Bakken, politician (born 1920)
- 4 August – Hallvard Rieber-Mohn, writer and Dominican priest (born 1922)
- 13 August – Bjarne Andersen, actor, stage producer and theatre director (born 1909)
- 2 September – Odd Granlund, media personality (born 1910).
- 2 September – Knut Hergel, actor and theatre director (born 1899)
- 1 October – Nils Helgheim, politician (born 1903)
- 13 October – Kristian Rønneberg, politician (born 1898)
- 19 December – Karen Grønn-Hagen, politician and Minister (born 1903)
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