A new lighthouse will be built by Sæbraut in Reykjavík this winter, the first new lighthouse to be built in Iceland for more than 30 years.
News 2017 - July
John Snorri Sigurjónsson, who on Friday became the first Icelander to conquer K2, the world’s second highest mountain, is now getting ready for his return to Iceland.
Sometimes, it’s best to leave the key in the car when you park it … at least if you choose a parking spot impossible to get out of in the middle of a mountain slope.
An annual scientific count of gray seals will be conducted from the air this autumn, reports mbl.is.
The temperature reached 21.6°C (70.88°F) in Reykjavík at 3 pm yesterday, the highest temperature recorded in the capital since 2008.
Online sexual violence is the theme of this year’s Slut Walk set to take place tomorrow, Saturday, in Reykjavík.
The town of Akureyri in North Iceland plans to increase the number of surveillance cameras in operation and monitor all roads into the town.
Two capital area police officers are under investigation for brutality during an arrest which left one man with a double leg fracture in May.