Iceland may not be appearing at the football World Cup in Brazil, but there is one Icelandic player in the tournament, and he will probably be playing for the USA tomorrow night.
Jón Gnarr, who is in his final days as mayor of Reykjavík, this week formally received the new statue of a mermaid in Hljómskálagarður park, near City Hall, on the other side of the Tjörnin pond.
Photographers and non-photographers alike leave Iceland with cameras full of stunning images, so one recent visitor decided to break the mould.
The Central Bank of Iceland is buying millions of euro every week to increase its foreign currency reserves.
A new report claims that Iceland’s capital controls, imposed at the start of the financial crisis, should be removed quickly rather than slowly.
According to the figures I have pulled together, around 90 percent of pre-school classes across the whole country will close on 19th June.
The outgoing mayor of Reykjavík is releasing a book in the USA and will embark on a speaking tour of the country.