Five thousand football fans came to the Karaiskakis stadium in Piraeus yesterday and witnessed Iceland beat Greece 3-2.
News 2016 - March
Since it was revealed on March 15 that Prime Minister Sigmundur Davíð Gunnlaugsson’s wife owns a company registered in Tortola, the British Virgin Islands, the issue has been much debated in the media.
Warning signs and hindrances on Dyrhólaey, South Iceland, appear to be disregarded by many tourists.
One of Air Iceland’s recently purchased Bombardier Q-400 aircraft had to be turned around on its way from Reykjavík to Egilsstaðir, the East Fjords, yesterday, when its hydraulic system malfunctioned.
Such is the demand for Icelandic wool, lopi, that the company Ístex now plans to hire more workers to be able to increase production.
The rights of fifty workers, hired by a Polish subcontractor to work on the geothermal power station at Þeistareykir, North Iceland, were violated.
Close to 9,000 people have signed a petition stating, “Sigmundur Davíð Gunnlaugsson, you are hereby fired as prime minister of Iceland.”