The seventh Reykjavík Multicultural Day was celebrated by many hundreds of locals and visitors alike on Saturday, May 9.
The 29th Reykjavík Arts Festival opens today with Bandaloop, pioneers in vertical dance performance, at Ingólfstorg in downtown Reykjavík at 5:30 pm.
In case you haven’t already heard: heartthrob Channing Tatum is in Iceland. He was first spotted at Keflavík International Airport yesterday.
The Arctic tern has arrived in Iceland a week later than usual, according to ornithologist Jóhann Óli Hilmarsson in the South Iceland town of Stokkseyri.
The Icelandic Red Cross has sent two additional representatives to Nepal following the earthquake there last month. Nurse Helga Pálmadóttir arrived in Kathmandu yesterday and psychologist Elín Jónasdóttir is expected to arrive in the country today. They join Icelandic electrical technician...
Iceland’s Finance Minister Bjarni Benediktsson says it is not the sole responsibility of the state to ensure a decent wage for the lowest paid but that employers too must contribute.
The Icelandic Association for Search and Rescue, ICE-SAR, will increase the number of volunteers in the highlands this summer due to the expected increase in tourists visiting the area north of Vatnajökull where Holuhraun lava field is located.
Icelandic nurses have overwhelmingly approved a vote to go on strike. Seventy-six percent of nurses voted in the poll and of those 90 percent voted in favor of industrial action.
The seventh Reykjavík Multicultural Day will take place this Saturday, May 9. The program kicks off at 1 pm with a parade from Hallgrímskirkja, the Reykjavík landmark church, down Laugavegur and on to the City Hall.