Minister of Education Lilja Alfreðsdóttir says she expects that the price of books in Iceland will decrease as publishers receive more grant funding from the government.
Back in its original spot where it’s stood since 1937, Bæjarins Beztu has also returned to its original hours.
During a tour of the arboretum in the Hallormsstaður National Forest, the president was introduced to a partially completed bust of himself.
“We have one simple demand,” read the press release. “[T]hat effective action be taken immediately to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.”
The Directorate of Health has released the results of long-term study entitled “Suicidal Thoughts and Suicide Attempts Among Icelandic Young People: Findings of Upper Secondary Surveys, 2000 – 2016.”
Skiptimynt, a cryptocurrency exchange company, is now registered with Iceland’s Financial Supervisory Authority.