The month of February has been dry in Reykjavík with no snow or rain while there has been almost non-stop snow in the northern and eastern parts of Iceland.
News 2014 - February
The police in the Suðurnes region, Southwest Iceland, caught a man driving 179 km/h on his way to Keflavík International Airport earlier this week.
Over 40,000 people, or 16.5 percent of the electorate, have signed a petition calling for a national referendum on whether Iceland should continue accession talks with the European Union.
Around 5,000 scouts from 216 countries are expected to attend the 15th World Scout Moot in Iceland in 2017.
The majority of the Icelandic population, or 82 percent, would like a referendum on whether Iceland should continue EU membership talks, according to the latest poll conducted by daily Fréttablaðið.
The board of the Journalist’s Union of Iceland met earlier today to discuss the comments MP for the Progressive Party and chair of the parliament’s finance committee Vigdís Hauksdóttir’s posted on her Facebook page last night asking EGF cosmetics company not to advertise in Kvennablaðið....
An artisanal food market will be held in Harpa concert hall and conference center in Reykjavík over the weekend. More than 40 farmers, fishermen and artisanal producers will showcase their goods at the two day event.
Brazilian photographer Anna Silveira received an envelope two years ago from her then 89-year-old grandmother on which was written “A Trip to the North Pole.”
The Icelandic parliament’s foreign affairs committee recommends in a report on the parliamentary resolution on supporting the self-determination of inhabitants of Western Sahara that the resolution be accepted.