The City of Reykjavík has officially welcomed a displaced writer from Cuba and will ensure he has a safe place to live and financial security.
News 2015 - September
Sparrows, Rúnar Rúnarsson’s film, received the top Golden Seashell award tonight at the 63rd San Sebastian International Film Festival in Spain
With this week’s closure of their only bank branch, the residents of the Westfjords village of Þingeyri now need to drive 50 km to visit their money.
Four-times more pufflings have been registered in this year’s census on the Westman Islands than last year—but the puffin stock is still a long way from recovery.
Having visited every country in the world, one man reveals the 12 countries he would recommend to other people above all others.
Of around 900 students at the Suðurnes Comprehensive College, 46 are twins or triplets, it has been noticed. At around five percent of the total student body, that is a very high proportion.
The 12-month rate of inflation in Iceland now measures 1.9 percent, according to Statistics Iceland.
Sigurður Einarsson, the former chairman of Kaupþing bank, has formally requested the Reykjavík District Court declare him personally bankrupt.