Free newspapers in Norway 2019
|Byavisa Drammen||1||Drammen||Content Media||2009||40 000|
|Nytt i Uka||1||Ålesund||Local company||1985||40 000|
|Lillehammer Byavis||1||Lillehammer||Gudbrandsdølen Dagningen||2007/2006||24 000|
|Hamar Dagblad||1||Hamar||Østlendingen (Amedia)||2005/1999||20 200|
|Stjørdals-Nytt||1||Stjørdal||Local company||1984||19 500|
|Byavisa Tønsberg||1||Tønsberg||Local company||2005||17 500|
|Gjøviks Blad||1||Gjøvik||Hamar Media||2002||14 573|
|Totens Blad||1||Ø. Toten||Hamar Media||1998||13 708|
|Oppegård Avis||1||Oppegård||Local company||2013||11 000|
|Sørlandsavisen Kristiansand||1||Kristiansand||Tvende Media||2018||-|
|TS Sørlandsavisen||1||Arendal||Tvende Media||1999||-|
Byavisa Moss was closed down in January 2019. The free papers Sørlandsavisen Aust and Sørlandsavisen Kristiansand have considerable overlapping content.
The information includes free print newspapers published at least once a week only and is not updated on a yearly basis.
Years in brackets refer to start year for newspapers which previously were published less frequent than once a week. Years behind / refer to start year for newspapers which previously were subscription newspapers.