Glitnir bankers' case has been re-opened in the Court of Appeal, 6 years after the case was opened.
News 2018 - September
Valur Lýðsson was sentenced to seven years in prison for killing his brother Ragnar by assaulting him.
Insurance company VÍS is merging its service office around the country into six offices, at Selfoss, Egilsstaðir, Akureyri, Sauðárkrókur, Ísafjörður and Reykjavík.
The Government Offices annual party was slated to take place Oct 6 but has been postponed until spring.
Former prime minister Jóhanna Sigurðardóttir has publicly criticized Icelandair’s recent decision to get rid of all part-time positions.
Although it’s often said that Iceland is a country without significant class divisions, a sociologist who has been studying this phenomenon for years says this is far from the truth.
Two Icelanders, Úlfur Böðvarsson and Árni Lund, medaled this year’s Swedish Open judo competition for Juniors and Cadets.
Iceland’s Minister for Foreign Affairs says that Iceland is prepared to lend the UK a hand in developing a fisheries policy.
Olsen is petitioning for his sentence to be reduced, redirecting the blame for Birna’s murder to his shipmate.