The Icelandic tech company Plain Vanilla will be cutting its number of positions by 27.
News 2016 - April
Keflavík Airport was closed for passenger flight overnight due to an overtime ban of air traffic controllers.
Árni Páll Árnason, leader of the Social Democrats in Iceland, has announced he will stand for re-election as party leader.
Young people and senior citizens are the biggest supporters of incumbent president, Ólafur Ragnar Grímsson, according to a new MMR opinion poll.
Remains of a structural wall and a short tunnel from the twelfth century, which are mentioned in the Sagas of the Icelanders, appear to have been found using geophysical surveying at Hrafnseyri, by Arnarfjörður in the West Fjords.
The Herjólfur ferry was this morning evacuated following the receipt of a message saying there was a bomb on board.
The new parliamentary schedule includes 77 bills, resolutions and reports which government ministers believe it is necessary to pass before the early elections, promised for this autumn.
Search & rescue teams in Northeast Iceland were busy last night due to the poor weather and treacherous road conditions.
Kristján Örn Sigurðsson has resigned from his job as CEO of the United Pension Fund in Iceland, following his implication in the Panama Papers scandal.