Since bakery Brauð&Co opened its doors in downtown Reykjavík a little over a year ago, it has had to increase its staff from an initial four to nearly 40 because of demand, and management has plans in the works to open new branch locations in the near future.
News 2017 - June
Police pulled over the driver of a minibus for speeding on Suðurlandsvegur in South Iceland shortly before midnight last night.
A ferry service between Reykjavík and the town of Akranes to the north of the capital recommenced yesterday evening after a 19-year break.
Four pagan graves, believed to date from the tenth century, were discovered by archaeologists on Dysnes point, near Akureyri.
The Icelandic football documentary ‘Inside a Volcano: The Rise of Icelandic Football’ won the Golden Whistle, or first prize, at the Kicking+Screening (K+S) Soccer Film Festival in New York City.
Icelandic police will be visibly armed during the upcoming National Day celebrations on June 17, and possibly at other large festivals over summer.