The Vigdís Finnbogadóttir Foreign Languages Center was yesterday formally opened to the world.
Hampiðjan, a major Icelandic supplier of ropes, rigging and fishing gear, has struck a deal with one of Australia’s biggest fishing companies for the purchase of 120 prawn fishing nets. The deal has helped push Hampiðjan to the number one slot as the biggest company of its type in Australia, its...
Today is the official first day of summer in Iceland and is a public holiday. It is common for people to wish each other ‘gleðilegt sumar’ (happy summer) today.
Damage has been caused to woodland this winter by visitors to Brúará river, since the waterfall Brúarfoss gained sudden and unprecedented internet fame.
An Icelandic company has today failed in its appeal against the tax authority’s decision not to allow it to claim ISK 250 million (EUR 2.11/USD 2.26 million) in sports betting losses as tax deductible.
The National Registry of Iceland this week published its latest figures on the housing market, which showed a huge jump in house prices between February and March.
The Reykjavík Chess Open, which starts today, will be the biggest and hardest-fought in the competition’s 53-year history.
The cod stock in Icelandic waters is larger than at any time since the Marine Research Institute started monitoring stocks of pelagic fish around Iceland in 1985.