A 48-hour strike among surgeons and psychiatrists at Landspítali National University Hospital began...
After cooler temperatures, slippery road conditions and minor snowfall today, the warm weather...
A total of 63 earthquakes above magnitude 5.0 have occurred in and around Bárðarbunga volcano under...
A cross-country skiing course which was to be held in Ísafjörður, the West Fjords, next weekend has...
A 48-hour strike among surgeons and psychiatrists at Landspítali National University Hospital began at midnight. At the same time doctors at other hospital wards concluded their 48-hour strike. No progress has been made in negotiations between doctors and the state.
After cooler temperatures, slippery road conditions and minor snowfall today, the warm weather Iceland has enjoyed so far this month is set to continue, as meteorologist Trausti Jónsson writes on his blog.
A total of 63 earthquakes above magnitude 5.0 have occurred in and around Bárðarbunga volcano under Vatnajökull glacier between August 16 and November 25. Lately, the frequency of such big earthquakes has declined; last week there were five days between them.
A cross-country skiing course which was to be held in Ísafjörður, the West Fjords, next weekend has been canceled due to a lack of snow. There isn’t even any snow on the mountain tops, local news website.
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