The winners of a design competition for a mosque in Reykjavík were announced yesterday.
News 2015 - November
When residents of Southwest Iceland woke up this morning, the area was covered with 21 cm (8.3 in) of snow.
A protest is scheduled for 5:00 pm today in front of the Reykjavík District Court building on occasion of recent verdicts in rape cases in which all the accused were acquitted.
Icelandic author Jón Kalman Stefánsson has received an award from the French literary journal Lire for his novel Fiskarnir hafa enga fætur (D’ailleurs, les poissons n’ont pas de pieds,The Fish Have No Feet).
A rare phenomenon called a moonbow, or moon rainbow, was caught on camera near Stykkishólmur, West Iceland, Sunday evening.
Icelandic men will have nothing to hide in the next issue of the erotic, gay, British magazine ELSKA, whose name means ‘love’ in Icelandic.
Police cars in the greater Reykjavík area will be equipped with handguns in special gun safes, beginning mid-December.
The Nordic House, Reykjavík, has announced its annual Christmas Calendar―daily performances December 1-23.