Police closed three shops belonging to “The Viking” chain yesterday.
The time of sharp real estate market growth in Reykjavík is over, according to a report released yesterday by Landsbankinn bank.
A trial project run by the city of Reykjavík is offering university students housing in an elderly care centre.
Slightly elevated levels of bacteria from soil have been detected in the cold water in various Reykjavík neighbourhoods.
Real estate prices in the Reykjavík capital area fell around 0.7 percent between months at the end of last year.
The board of Associated Icelandic Ports (Faxaflóahafnir) would like to protect the ‘fishermen’s huts’ in Reykjavík’s old harbour.
The Icelandic Supreme Court has ruled that a roughly 8.000-hectare area, including Bláfjöll, Þríhnúkar, Vífilsfell and Sandskeið, belong to the town of Kópavogur.
A Manchester United scout was sent to Reykjavík for a friendly only to discover that Iceland was playing 5500 miles away in Qatar
The Housing Financing Fund (HFF) released a monthly report today stating 72 percent of apartments in the Reykjavík capital area sold for less than the asking price.
The buses in Reykjavík, more commonly known as Strætó, will see changes early next year. All of them focus on increasing the number of bus fares over the year.
A task force will explore the possibility of creating geothermal beaches at two locations in Reykjavík.
A foreign woman was found dead in her apartment in Vesturbær, Reykjavík last night. Two men were in the apartment when police arrived and were arrested on the scene.
A man sought help in the University Hospital of Iceland after coming across a dead baby mouse in a salad he purchased at the restaurant Fresco.
The City of Reykjavík has reached an agreement to buy the oldest house in downtown Reykjavík for over ISK 260 million (USD 2.5 million/EUR 2 million).
Officials from Reykjavik will visit Hull as part of a return visit of a Cod Wars exchange, and to donate an Icelandic warp cutter, described as a "secret weapon to Hull Museums, never seen before outside of Iceland".
Reykjavík’s Environmental- and Planning Commission is against plans to build a hundred meter (328 feet) tall Ferris wheel in Reykjavík, called the Reykjavík Eye.
Director of the Downtown Reykjavík Association states harsher penalties should be imposed on graffiti in order to tackle the problem.
The 19th annual Reykjavík Pride kicked off yesterday when the festival president Eva María Þórarinsdóttir Lange and Mayor Dagur B. Eggertsson helped to paint a rainbow walkway leading up to the entrance of city hall.
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.
Guðmundur Ármannsson, a dairy farmer from East Iceland, was forced to visit a doctor in Reykjavík last week after getting hit in the eye with a cow’s tail. It was his first trip to the city.
Reykjavík’s third annual Color Run—an untimed, 5K family fun run for charity—was supervised this year by armed members of Iceland’s Special Forces unit, Vísir reports.
Reykjavík’s proposed public transport system, Borgarlína, or Cityline, will cost an estimated ISK 62–70 billion.