The Icelandic Investigative Committee of Transportation Accidents (RNSA) is worried about limited seat belt use among foreign tourists and believes there is need for increased education in that area.
News 2017 - March
The Directorate of Tax Investigations in Iceland is investigating 22 contractors, suspected of trying to evade tax payments by transferring the responsibility for their payments to their subcontractors.
Most Icelandic doctors have either been threatened or have colleagues who have received threats from patients.
The online version of the British Daily Mail published a story today about selfies that WOW Air pilots took of themselves in the cockpit during a flight from San Francisco to Keflavík.
The production company Truenorth has obtained a permit for shooting an episode for the Netflix series Black Mirror on Grænavatn and Kleifarvatn lakes on Reykjanes peninsula.
The second message in a bottle, thrown into the ocean on the coast of Iceland more than a year ago, has turned back toward Iceland.
Icelandic President Guðni Th. Jóhannesson believes it was a major mistake after the 2008 banking collapse to make use of an ancient and outdated clause in the Icelandic constitution to assemble the High Court of Iceland.
Reykjavík Mayor Dagur B. Eggertsson calls the construction planned in the capital in coming years “without precedent.”