Icelandic police say drug dealers are increasingly turning toward selling prescription drugs.
News 2018 - July
A total of 34 midwives tendered their resignations over the course of their increasingly contentious negotiations with the government.
Workers of foreign origin only make up 12% of the Icelandic workforce and yet are involved in a quarter of work-related accidents in Iceland.
The latest European Social Survey shows that Icelanders have progressively become more positive about immigration and multiculturalism and that the country now holds the most liberal views on these matters in Europe.
Reykjavík has only had 343.7 hours of sunshine this summer, making it the grayest summer on record for the city.
The Icelandic Association of Midwives has voted to approve a new employment contract with a 95% majority.