Tuesday, November 30

Strong electricity price jump in southern Norway on Monday

The price of electricity is rising to the highest level since the record in October. - Will be a lot of this type of price over the winter, says analyst. Gabriel aas Skålevik / VGPublished: Published: Less than 3 hours agoThere will be no cheap start to the last week of November. On Monday, the electricity price makes another jump in southern Norway. One kilowatt hour will cost an average of NOK 1.24 in large parts of southern Norway on Monday, according to the power exchange Nord Pool. The price does not include grid rent, fees and other surcharges from the electricity companies. This is the highest average price since 19 October, when one kilowatt hour on average cost a record NOK 1.43. From early morning, electricity prices rise sharply. Between 8 and 9 o'clock comes the peak of 2....

El Salvador’s president wants to build ‘Bitcoin City’

President Bukele plans to use government bitcoin loans to finance the tax-free crypto city.El Salvador's President Nayib Bukele launched his plans at a crypto conference on Saturday.view more JOSE CABEZAS / ReutersPublished: Updated today 14:19El Salvador's president Nayib Bukele had more news to bring when he spoke in front of a gathering of bitcoin enthusiasts in the beach town of Mizata this weekend. The occasion was the week-long crypto conference «LaBitConf».He has previously made El Salvador the world's first country to accept bitcoin as a means of payment.Now the country will also be the world's first to issue government bonds to buy bitcoin, according to the president.The money will, among other things, go to building the city "Bitcoin City", said Bukele. The city will be exempt...

Compensated for overtime

After just over five minutes, Brann took the lead. Aune Heggebø won the ball in the middle, and struck on to Petter Strand. He played to Robert Taylor, who hit the field. There was Heggebø and stabbed Brann in the lead. The lead lasted for ten minutes. Vidar Ari Jónsson was last on a Sandefjord free kick that was hit into the field. Two minutes was Sandefjord in the lead after scoring by Kristoffer Normann Hansen. The rest of the first half was a position war, and it went to a break with 2-1 to Sandefjord. The second half was poor chance, and it looked like it would be 0 points for a long time. But in overtime Bård Finne appeared and equalized to 2-2.The next match in the Eliteserien is at home against Molde, Sunday 28 October at 19.00. Tickets can be purchased here. Match facts: ...

Vålerenga messed up the victory against Tromsø

SPOLED PARTY: Amor Layouni (left) despairs, while the Tromsø players cheer after the 1-1 score. Photo: Javad Parsa(Vålerenga - Tromsø 1–1) Fredrik Oldrup Jensen (28) sent Vålerenga in the lead, and Amor Layouni (29) abused a great chance. Two minutes later, the equalizer came at Intility Arena. Published:Just updatedTromsø had not created anything in the second half before substitute Adam Örn Arnarson came forward on a return from Vålerenga goalkeeper Kjetil Haug and put in 1-1 ten minutes before regular time. Fredrik Oldrup Jensen knocked in 1-0 with his left leg early in the second half, and Vålerenga had "full control" of the match. Editorial collaborationWatch the Elite Series and the OBOS League live on Discovery +With 79 minutes played, the home side managed to get a 1 - 0 lead as ...

12 people must appear in court after the assault on Kim Kardashian West

REALITY QUEEN: Kim Kardashian West. Foto: Ian West / PA WireFive years after Kim Kardashian West (41) was gagged, threatened with a weapon, tied up and dumped in the bathtub during a brutal robbery in Paris, the case ends in court.A French legal source confirms opposite Sky News and other media that the case is now ready for the courtroom. A total of 12 defendants will have to answer for themselves. The date of the trial has not been announced.Kim Kardashian West on the Paris robbery: - Thought they would rape mePolice in Paris have been investigating the case ever since it attracted international attention in 2016. The American reality family was in Paris on the occasion of a fashion week, when masked and armed robbers entered the apartment Kim Kardashian West rented. She was in the ap...

Everything was going wrong for Brann. Here the last hope is saved.

Fire itself failed in Sandefjord. At the same time, the old Brann hero Fredrik Haugen ravaged the bottom rival.Aune Heggebø scored one of two goals that saved Brann. Photo: Trond Reidar Teigen / NTB scanpixSANDEFJORD - FIRE 2–2Sandefjord: It was about to be a complete failure in Sandefjord. Brann took an early lead, but within two terrible minutes, Sandefjord turned the match around.Read the whole case with subscriptionAlready a subscriber? sign in Reference-www.aftenposten.no

Slaughtered after cruel goalkeeper mistakes: – Shameful behavior

(Stabæk - Kristiansund 3-0) Stabæk got good help from Kristiansund goalkeeper Sean McDermott (28) when they passed both Brann and Mjøndalen and up to qualifying place.Published:Updated less than 10 minutes agoAt the position 0-0, Markus Solbakken fired from the edge of the penalty area. The shot was not particularly good, and went straight at McDermott. He still could not keep it out, and let the ball into the goal.Shortly afterwards, Fredrik Haugen doubled the lead, before McDermott again had to give Stabæk a gift. He played the ball straight to Oliver Edvardsen, who from seven meters could roll the ball in the open goal.Editorial collaborationWatch the Elite Series and the OBOS League live on Discovery +- I have rarely seen a worse goalkeeper performance in the Elite Series than what ...

Fire down to last place: Find saved important points in overtime

(Sandefjord - Brann 2–2) For the first time in ten rounds, Brann is last on the table after a dramatic match away against Sandefjord. Published:Updated less than 40 minutes agoThe 27th round of the Eliteserien was an ever so small nightmare round for Brann. While Stabæk and Mjøndalen both won their matches, Brann had to settle for one point. However, it looked like it would be zero points, all the way to Bård Finne with 30 seconds left of overtime shot via Sandefjord stopper Sander Moen Foss and in an arc over an outplayed Jacob Storevik in the Sandefjord goal. Editorial collaborationWatch the Elite Series and the OBOS League live on Discovery +Despite the fact that it was one point, Brann is now last on the table with three rounds left, behind Mjøndalen on goal difference and two points ...

The first of the year for Oldrup Jensen, but it was not a victory

In this year's penultimate home game at Intility Arena, it was the guests from Tromsø who had the initiative in the first minutes, but then our boys woke up in royal blue. The match's first big opportunity was both directed and ended by Amor Layouni, but a good intervention from Karlstrøm prevented the Swede online recognition after a great Vålerenga attack. Chances are both ways The away team was offensive at Intility Arena, and just before the quarter was played, Runar Espejord kept on making it really big. First, the striker held a playroom with three of our boys before aiming for the angle.Kjetil Haug so far after the ball that first went in the crossbar and then down in the opposite post and out. Fortunately, Vålerenga escaped the horror. Espejord's attempt before the break hit t...

Tennis profile Money in safety – has talked to the IOC president

On Sunday, official video footage showed Peng among the guests at the opening of a tennis competition for young people in Beijing. She has also been pictured at a restaurant.The 35-year-old had not been seen in public after she posted a message on Weibo (the Chinese response to Twitter) on November 2. There, she accused China's former Deputy Prime Minister Zhang Gaoli of sexually abusing him ten years ago.Neither Zhang nor the country's government has commented on the allegations. Peng's posts were quickly deleted. In China, the topic has been blocked so that users can not mention the case. BACH TALK: Peng Shuai in video conversation with IOC President. Photo: GREG MARTIN Later on Sunday, it became clear that she had spoken to the International Olympic Committee (IOC). ...