Deputy and Web Editor Iceland Review/Atlantica
Hundreds of dead guillemots were recently found by farmer Gunnar Óli Hákonarsson at Sandur in Aðaldalur, North Iceland.
The vast majority of Icelanders, or 97 percent, use the internet, making the nation the most connected in Europe. Iceland has also topped the list in previous years.
Third year students of Iceland’s Photography School, Ljósmyndaskólinn, open their graduation exhibition at Harpa at 3 pm today.
In a report published today Ombudsman of Alþingi Tryggvi Gunnarsson has concluded that former Minister of the Interior Hanna Birna Kristjánsdóttir’s communication with former Chief of Police in Reykjavík Stefán Eiríksson during the investigation of her ministry in connection with the leak of a...
Thirty-five percent of respondents to a MMR poll published on Thursday were happy with the last New Year’s Eve comedy show Áramótaskaupið, compared to 80 percent a year earlier. The popularity of the program is similar to in 2012, according to the poll.
Up to 400 people participated in the two-day gender equality Barbershop Conference at the United Nations in New York this week. The conference was an initiative by Iceland and Suriname which aimed to change the way men talk about gender equality and engage themselves.
As of January 10, there were 150 people on the waiting list for a place at National Center of Addiction Medicine’s (SÁA) treatment clinic, according to Þórarinn Tyrfingsson, chief physician at Vogur clinic.
Icelandic composer Jóhann Jóhansson has been nominated for an Oscar for his music in The Theory of Everything, as confirmed in the last hour.