The Akureyri Fire Department is seeking to hire two people for temporary summer relief positions, and Fire Chief Ólafur Stefánsson says they only want to hire women for the jobs.
The owner of the Chinese restaurant Sjanghæ in Akureyri, north Iceland, is suspected of human trafficking.
The town of Akureyri in North Iceland plans to increase the number of surveillance cameras in operation and monitor all roads into the town.
María Pálsdóttir, actress and entrepreneur, plans to re-open a disused tuberculosis treatment center.
A man in his twenties was arrested by the Northeast Iceland Police yesterday, suspected of having spray-painted the walls of four churches in Akureyri earlier this week.
Cleaning the walls of Akureyri church, North Iceland, which was spray-painted with vulgar messages the night before last, is proving to be difficult.
Vulgar and blasphemous messages were spray-painted on the walls of Akureyri Church, North Iceland, overnight.
An earthquake of magnitude 3.5 was felt in Akureyri, North Iceland, and vicinity at 9:41 this morning.
Next year, the Iceland Airwaves Music Festival will be held in Akureyri, North Iceland, in addition to Reykjavík.
In celebration of the Arctic Council’s 20th anniversary, a two-day round-table discussion is being held in Reykjavík and Akureyri.
The University of Akureyri, North Iceland, has been selected to offer a curriculum for prospective police officers now that police studies have been brought to a university level.
Widespread damage has been caused by a fire last night at a car repair workshop in Akureyri, North Iceland.
The grandfather of a child at Kiðagil pre-school in Akureyri, North Iceland, was sent home with a different child, it has been revealed.
The North Iceland municipality of Akureyri has applauded the decision by the Icelandic government to accept 50 refugees over the next two years. The municipality says it is more than willing to resettle refugees in the municipality and help provide them with new opportunities and a better...
The respected travel guide, Lonely Planet has presented its top ten European destinations of the year, with capital of North Iceland, Akureyri, coming out in number one spot.
The vast majority of foreigners living in Akureyri are happy with life in the North Iceland town, according to a poll conducted by the University of Akureyri.