Police stopped a car in Reykjanesbær yesterday for driving against traffic along a one-way street.
Chief of Police in Vestmannaeyjar Páley Borgþórsdóttir told Fréttablaðið today that the police will not inform the media about sexual assaults which may occur during the outdoor festival Þjóðhátíð, July 29-Agust 1, until after the investigation has been concluded.
The Personal Income Issue (Tekjublaðið) of Frjáls verslun (Free Trade) magazine has just been published.
Business power couple Ingibjörg Pálmadóttir and her husband Jón Ásgeir Jóhannesson have, for several years, been financing their investments in Iceland and elsewhere in Europe using money from a company registered in Panama.
The March-April issue of Iceland Review (02.16) is out, filled with stunning photos and quality coverage.
Iceland plays center role in this year’s first issue of uncube magazine, an online English-language publication based in Berlin focusing on architecture, art and design—and beyond.
The January-February issue of Iceland Review (0116) magazine is out. We cover Icelandic food producers at London’s Borough Market, the debate on whether to export energy from Iceland to the UK, the new Nature Protection Act, Iceland’s controversial whaling practice and much much more.
The Icelandic Met Office has received criticism lately, because a German meteorologist, Martin Hensch, has been reading the weather report on RÚV’s Rás1, the Icelandic National Broadcasting Service.
Icelandic men will have nothing to hide in the next issue of the erotic, gay, British magazine ELSKA, whose name means ‘love’ in Icelandic.
The October-December issue of Iceland Review-Atlantica (0515)—the final issue this year—has appeared, fresh from print and packed with interesting material and stunning photographs. It’s on its way to subscribers.
Iceland Review has been nominated for the Ministry for the Environment and Natural Resources’ media prize.
Elska is a new erotic magazine targeted at a gay audience, set to hit the stores next month. The magazine’s editor, Londoner Liam Campbell, explains that he chose the name elska—the Icelandic word for ‘to love’—because his love for travel began in Iceland.
Radio Iceland will continue to be on the air for now. An agreement was reached with an investor about one hour before the station was set to shut down this week on funding its operations temporarily.
The Icelandic English-language radio station Radio Iceland, which was launched in mid-February, has closed.
RÚV has apologized to the office of the President of Iceland and to the historian Guðjón Friðriksson for a news story on the awarding of the Order of the Falcon this Wednesday.