“She was there, two or three steps in front of me and then she just disappeared into the ground,” says Anna Hermannsdóttir
The man with reportedly the world’s biggest ‘little guy’ has decided to donate his member to the Icelandic Phallological Museum following his death.
The Icelandic food production company, Icelandic Group has obtained a court order forcing the Aldi supermarket chain to stop selling a line of fish dishes.
The proportion of people living in Iceland who have very low income was 9.3 percent in 2013, or around 30,000 people.
Pollen is once again being counted by scientists in Iceland for the summer season to help hay fever sufferers.
Iceland is expecting around 100,000 tourists to arrive by cruise ship this summer, as the sector becomes ever more important to the economy.
Iceland’s newest political party, a grouping of socially progressive, pro-European right wingers, has opened its website for people to register their interest.
The Icelandic national lottery is set for one of its biggest jackpots to date, following six rollovers.