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Radio Iceland broadcasting studio.

Investor Saves Radio Iceland in Eleventh Hour

Radio Iceland will continue to be on the air for now. An agreement was reached with an investor about one hour before the station was set to shut down this week on funding its operations temporarily.
Lagarfljót

New Lagarfljót River Mouth Successful

National power company Landsvirkjun had a new river mouth made for Lagarfljót in East Iceland last year at the risk of the old river mouth shifting further and carrying water from Kárahnjúkavirkjun dam into fishing river Fögruhlíðará, which also mouths into the bay. The measures appear to have...

Geysir geothermal area.

No Conclusion on Charges at Tourist Destinations

Chair of the Left-Green Movement Katrín Jakobsdóttir said in parliament this week that she finds it regrettable that Minister of Industry Ragnheiður Elín Árnadóttir, who is responsible for tourism, had failed to sort out the mess regarding charges at tourist destinations.

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Film

Hrútar (Rams)

Hrútar (Rams) was released last month at the Cannes Film Festival to critical acclaim, winning its...

A Statue in Reykjavík

Q: Could you please tell me who this statue represents?

It’s me in the photo three years ago in a park in Reykjavík.

Thanks in advance,

Patrik

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Buses in Winter

Q: Is there a daily bus service from Reykjavík to Akureyri during the winter months? And I see that the long-distance buses leave from the Harpa Concert Hall Bus station.

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Camper destroyed by the wind.

Storm Tears Camper Apart in Southeast Iceland

It has been stormy in parts of Iceland in the past days. On Tuesday night a camper was quite literally torn apart by the violent wind which raged in Öræfi, Southeast Iceland, as can be seen in a video caught by Guðmundur Ögmundsson.

Animals

Banking Collapse

Former chair of Kaupþing Sigurður Einarsson.

More Kaupþing Execs Jailed

Sigurður Einarsson, former chairman of Kaupþing Bank, has today been sentenced to one year in prison in the so-called 'big market manipulation case' at the Reykjavík district Court. Hreiðar Már Sigurðsson was also found guilty, but was not sentenced on top of the existing prison term he is...

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History

Iceland's national costume

National Museum Collecting Memories of Gender Equality History

The National Museum of Iceland is set to collect artifacts and stories about gender equality in Iceland, from the latter half of the 20th century to today, as part of its commemoration of the 100 years of women’s suffrage in Iceland. The project coincides with, and compliments, the ongoing...

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