When the bustle of Bergen, a large Norwegian city on the country’s west coast, recedes into the night, Inese Liepina and her husband Peteris go to work. Around midnight, Peteris stacks about 1,000 newspapers into Ineses trunk, and about 6,000 into his own. He then gently lifts his wife into her car. As he watches her drive off, he has a lot of worries on his mind. Inese is not used to driving the steep hills of Norway. The chronic pain in her back flares up, as she gets in and out of the car to climb the 12-story bloc apartment buildings to deliver heavy newspaper packets.