Recent satellite images reveal that a new, one-kilometre wide caldera has emerged in Öræfajökull glacier, South Iceland, following increased geothermal activity in the area.
News 2017 - November
Sundhöllin, the oldest public bath in Iceland, will be open to visitors in December after lengthy renovations.
The University of Iceland officially confirms their participation tomorrow in an international network offering free online courses to the public.
The earnings from admission to Hallgrímskirkja church’s tower amounted to ISK 238 million last year, resulting in an overall profit for the church.
Author Vigdís Grímsdóttir was today awarded the annual Jónas Hallgrímsson Award for her novel, Vaknaðu Þyrnirós, with actor Gunnar Helgason receiving acknowledgement for his contribution to the support of Icelandic.
Web hosting company 1984 Ltd. experienced a system breakdown yesterday, affecting thousands of individual Icelanders and many businesses who rely on their services.
Höskuldur H. Ólafsson, CEO of Arionbanki bank, stated it is not out of the question for United Silicon to declare bankruptcy at the beginning of next month.