Icelandic cartoonist, writer, and comedian Hugleikur Dagsson has been told he is not allowed to sell t-shirts he designed in honor of the Iceland’s World Cup-qualifying football team because the caption on the shirt is a copyright violation.
News 2018 - March
The Parliamentary Ombudsman has ruled that the Ministry of Education, Science, and Culture did not act in accordance with the law when it affirmed a high school’s decision to expel a 16-year-old boy in 2016.
The Samúel Jónsson Art Museum in the Westfjords, a museum dedicated to the life and work of its namesake, is raising funds to build a visitor center.
Iceland’s “youngest reporters” have started their own news station at Hraunvallaskóli in Hafnarfjörður.
Iceland’s Welfare Watch committee is recommending that overnight homeless shelters in Reykjavík remain open 24 hours a day.
The Public Health Authority of Northeast Iceland has approved a joint plan between Skútustaðahreppur municipality and 13 local companies to reform sewage treatment in the region.
Bidding information will be released today on the U.S. Navy’s planned refurbishing of navy hangars in Keflavík.
Two men were acquitted in a curious court case involving a flipped car and a group of football fans.