The increase in tourists in Höfn, South Iceland, during the “off-season” has led to the decision to keep the town’s campsite open this coming winter.
News 2017 - September
Ísafjörður town, in the Icelandic Westfjords, has set up a three-dimensional pedestrian crossing in the central part of town.
A woman found seriously injured in her apartment in Reykjavík last night was pronounced dead upon arrival to the emergency room.
The dead baby mouse, found in a Fresco salad earlier this weekend, is believed to have originated in a shipment of spinach that came from Spain.
Two small aircraft bumped into each other while flying over Langjökull glacier in Iceland. The incident occurred at 3.000 feet over the glacier on September 5th and is currently under investigation.
Icelandic biopharmaceutical company deCODE genetics published a major study today, giving the most detailed insight yet into how the age of parents influences mutations in their offspring, cataloging mutations occurring in a specific area in the genome.
Icelandic customs officers have stopped 199 shipments of melatonin, ordered from the United States. 88 of those shipments were shipped between June and August this year.