We at Iceland Review have compiled the most read news stories of 2017. This is the third roundup, which covers July through September.
News 2017 - December
We at Iceland Review have compiled the most read news stories of 2017. This is the second roundup, which covers April through June.
We at Iceland Review have compiled the most read news stories of 2017. The first round up covers events from January - March.
Lawyers Ástráður Haraldsson and Jóhannes Rúnar Jóhannsson will receive compensation for the illegitimate handling of their application to Landsréttur, a newly formed mid-level court in Iceland.
Guðni Th. Jóhannesson, the president of Iceland, has donated all of his salary increase to charities, since receiving it in November 2016.
Young voters turned up in numbers at this year's parliamentary elections, as 75.2% of 18 and 19-year olds voted.
Icelanders who support the People’s Party and Center Party are most likely to opt for an artificial Christmas tree this year, while Reform Party supporters are most likely to set up real trees.
The sun will rise at 11:30 am this morning and set at 3:30 pm, giving Iceland only four hours of daylight on the Winter Solstice.