The 15th annual Aldrei fór ég suður music festival kicked off in Ísafjörður on Friday night.
News 2018 - March
Wage negotiations between the state and the Icelandic Association of Midwives have been in a deadlock for almost six months, with midwives asserting that neither their responsibilities nor their educational qualifications are being taken into consideration with respect to their salaries.
Gunnar Þór Andrésson, a man who trademarked the word ‘HÚH! says that he regrets how his recent and increasingly public debate with well-known comic Hugleikur Dagsson about a copyright infringement issue has played out; he won't be pursuing the matter further.
Dmitry Peskov, a spokesman for the Kremlin, told journalists that “the World Cup what is important...not the arrival of delegates or official representatives, the important thing is the team matches.”
A debilitated short-eared owl escaped an unpleasant fate earlier this week when it was rescued from some hungry crows that were preparing to make a meal of it.
A real estate agency is “reviewing the market” in advance of a possible sale of Mál og menning bookstore.
A group of travellers found themselves in severe danger as a heavy sandstorm hit Reynisfjara yesterday.
Iceland Review In Focus takes a look at all sides of the circumcision debate which has come to the fore in recent weeks, from the Iceland Review magazine.