Seven-year-old Clara Charlotte has built a huge snow house in her backyard in the West Fjords where she regularly holds tea parties.
News 2018 - February
A new study conducted by Valdimar Sigurðsson shows that the shopping cart plays a big role in brick-and-mortar stores’ competitiveness with online outlets.
Fruit trees, cold water plunge pools, and swing sets are among the projects that Reykjavík residents have voted to implement in 2018.
Road workers spent six and half hours on Monday clearing snow from the road around Súðavíkurhlíð mountain in the West Fjords.
Icelandair and FÍA, the Icelandic pilots’ union, have signed a collective bargaining agreement that is valid until December 31, 2019.
Musicians, artists, directors, journalists, collaborators, and fans from both Iceland and abroad have flocked to social media to remember the life and legacy of composer and musician Jóhann Jóhannson.
Nearly every hotel in the capital area was fully booked on Sunday night, leaving travelers who’ve been stranded in Iceland because of inclement weather without a place to stay.
Eight-year-old Rúnar Logi’s drawing of a blue monster was selected as one of the five international winners of IKEA’s Soft Toy Drawing Contest.