Four artists have been added to the list of those who will receive a so-called “honourary artist salary,” a state-funded grant meant to recognize artistic contributions.
News 2017 - December
Icelanders’ tradition of setting off huge amounts of fireworks on New Year’s Eve has been the subject of debate this year due to its environmental impact.
The Icelandic Food and Veterinary Authority (MAST) has authorized a large-scale increase in fish farming in the West Fjords.
Professional golfer Ólafía Þórunn Kristinsdóttir was awarded 2017 Sportsperson of the Year last night in Reykjavík.
Six adults and a small child were taken to a health clinic yesterday after a passenger boat accident in West Iceland.
One woman in her 20s is dead and seven others have been seriously injured following a bus accident in South Iceland.
Rare Kelvin Helmholtz clouds, known as “wave clouds” in Icelandic, caught the attention of Reykjavík residents yesterday.
The Icelandic tradition of setting off fireworks on New Year's Eve lights up the skies and raises money for search and rescue operations, but it has obvious downsides for the environment.
Fatal and serious traffic accidents in the first ten months of this year were fewer than during the same period in recent years.