Four MPs have proposed abolishing an Icelandic law which bans insulting foreign heads of state.
News 2018 - April
People familiar with the gyrfalcons’ nesting area have been known to steal falcon eggs and replace them in the birds’ nests with hen eggs.
Annual healthcare costs for foreign visitors have more than tripled over just a few years, coming to more than a billion krónur for last year alone.
Reykjavík has sprawled out and traffic has increasingly become a problem. Borgarlína, an ambitious project to improve Reykjavík's transportation network, has divided citizens of Reykjavík in recent months.
A proposed shooting range in the Borgarbyggð municipality in West Iceland is facing opposition from some residents, due to its potential proximity to outdoor recreation areas and horse farms.
Elementary schoolchildren around Iceland will dress in blue today in honor of The Blue Day, an annual autism awareness initiative.