A majority of the constitutional and oversight committee has voted that investigations against the former Minister of the Interior, Hanna Birna Kristjánsdóttir, are over.
News 2015 - April
Some Icelandic estate agents have started putting clauses in house purchase contracts so that buyers have to pay sellers extra interest due to the lawyers’ strike at district commissioners’ offices around the country.
An Icelandic aid worker in Nepal says the scale of the destruction there is massive and that many months of rescue, salvage and construction work lie ahead. Rescue workers are only now reaching many of the most isolated mountain villages which were worst affected by the earthquake. Nepal is in a...
Gunnar Bragi Sveinsson, Iceland’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, has received a response to his controversial letter to the EU.
It now looks very likely that the first strike planned by the Federation of General and Special workers in Iceland will go ahead today and that around 10,000 members will down tools at midday.
Media in Iceland are reporting that Minister for Education Illugi Gunnarsson went fishing last summer, and they are not happy about it.
BBC has purchased the broadcast rights to Icelandic crime series Ófærð (Trapped), which was produced by Icelandic director Baltasar Kormákur’s production company RVK Studios, according to Television Business International.
The Association of Nepalese in Iceland is among the associations and companies in Iceland raising funds for emergency aid following the massive earthquake in Nepal on Saturday.
Icelandic band Of Monsters and Men released a new song ‘I of the Storm’ and corresponding lyric video yesterday from their upcoming album Beneath the Skin, due out on June 9.