The rate of registered Icelanders has gone below 60% for the first time, decreasing from around 90% near the turn of the millenium.
News 2018 - September
New Year's Eve fireworks leave behind them a trail of dust pollution, which could be the highest ever measured in Europe.
Women who have been diagnosed with breast cancer and are in preventative drug treatment have been forced to be without drugs for days or to loan each other drugs in order to be able to continue treatment due to a shortage of anti-hormonal drugs in the country
Members of parliament are requesting explanations as to why a controversial celebratory meeting of parliament at Þingvellir this summer in honour of the hundredth anniversary of Iceland’s sovereignty was allowed to go way over budget
A hiker in mt. Kirkjufell fell to his death just after 10 AM this morning, according to an announcement by the police of West Iceland.
A restructuring of the government ministries is due to take place, with equality matters moving to the Prime Minister's office.
Berglind Rán Ólafsdótti has been appointed CEO of ON Power, subsidiary of Reykjavík Energy after former CEO Bjarni Már Júlíusson was fired due to misogynistic conduct last week.
Áslaug Thelma Einarsdóttir says she spoke up about former ON Power CEO Bjarni Már Júlíusson’s misogynistic behaviour over a period of 18 months.