A glacial outburst flood has begun in Skaftá river, South Iceland.
News 2015 - September
A union leader in Akureyri, North Iceland, claims that last summer, dozens of cases came to his attention involving employees in the tourism industry being underpaid.
Last night, the ICE-SAR teams of Kjalarnes and Mosfellsbær were called out to save a horse in trouble.
Park ranger Kristinn Jón Arnarson knew the off-road drivers deserved to be punished—and so they were for two hours.
Members of five parties in parliament have proposed an amendment to laws regarding the donation of organs.
Social activities for asylum seekers in Iceland take place under the careful management of the Red Cross’s Julie Ingham, based in Garðabær and Hafnarfjörður. She says it is extremely important to assist asylum seekers when they first reach Iceland.