Icelanders are no longer the happiest nation in the world, according to the World Happiness Report 2018. In the new report, Iceland is in fourth place.
Fishermen discovered two body parts off the coast of the Snæfellsnes peninsula, a leg and an unknown body part.
Prime Minister Katrín Jakobsdóttir met with Angela Merkel Chancellor of Germany, yesterday in Berlin, During their meeting, Katrín broached the matter of how best to proceed in the matter of Haukur Hilmarsson.
It's Ash Wednesday, which means that children all over Iceland are getting dressed up in costumes and heading out to gather candy. There's no such thing as free candy however, the kids have to sing for their sweets!
One of the fastest-growing industries in Iceland today is tourism. Prime minister Katrín Jakobsdóttir, who took office late last year, considers it one of the most pressing issues facing Icelanders in the next few years.
Comedian Ari Eldjárn has been popular in Iceland for years but recently, he started taking his stand-up international, playing the Edinburgh Fringe festival last year before taking his show to London and later this year, all the way to Australia
Iceland's national football team moved one step closer to qualifying for the World Cup last night, when they beat Turkey 3:0 in Eskisehir, Turkey.
A new lighthouse will be built by Sæbraut in Reykjavík this winter, the first new lighthouse to be built in Iceland for more than 30 years.