Three adventurers kayaked down Goðafoss waterfall around noon yesterday.
News 2018 - March
Sara Björk Gunnarsdóttir, captain of the Icelandic Women’s football team, has made the FIFPro World XI shortlist.
The Akureyri Fire Department is seeking to hire two people for temporary summer relief positions, and Fire Chief Ólafur Stefánsson says they only want to hire women for the jobs.
Charges have been brought against a young Icelandic man for having killed an Albanian man in Austurvöllur Square in early December 2017.
The latest episode of popular British crime drama Shetland features two Icelandic actors among its cast.
An Icelandic horse named Stormsker became the first of its kind to have the honor of taking the bus.
Problem drinking is on the rise in Iceland, with 32% of men and 27% of women having consumed what is considered to dangerous amounts of alcohol in 2017.
Authorities have released the name of the Icelandic man who died in an ice cave in Blágnípujökull glacier earlier this week.
An inspection conducted by the Environment Agency of Iceland found no trace of the 53,000 salmon that died at a fish farming facility in mid-February.