British travel agency Discover the World’s decision to scale back its offer of flights this summer between London and Egilsstaðir in East Iceland has been greeted with disappointment.
News 2016 - March
Iceland´s FME financial regulator has released a statement which concludes that Landsbankinn’s conduct in selling its 31.2 percent stake in credit card company Borgun could not be considered in line with normal, healthy trading procedures in the financial market.
The Icelandic Met Office has issued a storm warning for this evening in Southwest Iceland and the central highlands.
The parliamentary Progressive Party has voted to remove the 110-year secrecy period currently in place for all documentation regarding the resolution of the estates of the bankrupt Icelandic banks, from the 2008 crash to today. The Progressive Party MPs say they hope for a wider backing from...
It was yesterday revealed that the treasurer of the opposition Social Democrats party has assets in a business based in Luxembourg—the closest thing the EU has to a tax haven.
Ragnheiður Ríkharðsdóttir, parliamentary chairman of the Independence Party, says there is a difference in the position of the Prime Minister and the other two government ministers with connections to offshore companies. Independence Party MPs met last night to discuss the issue.
There is increasing discontent among those who run tourist services towards tourists who travel the country in campers.
A demonstration is planned on Austurvöllur square, Reykjavík, at 5 pm on Monday, demanding elections and insisting that the government has no mandate.
This year, twenty-five airlines will offer scheduled flights to Keflavík International Airport from more than 80 cities on the both sides of the Atlantic Ocean.