Search and Rescue teams were called out four times in just over 24 hours to the Southern Highlands.
No dangerous gases were detected in the popular Crystal Ice Cave in Breiðamerkurjökull glacier following concerns.
Only 0.1 percent of Icelandic roads rated in the top category for safety in a recent study carried out by EuroRAP.
Three new safety information signs have been placed along the popular hiking path up Esja mountain, just north of Reykjavík.
Travel Company When In Iceland has regularly shared photographs on their Facebook page of tourists displaying reckless behaviour.
The Icelandic Investigative Committee of Transportation Accidents (RNSA) is worried about limited seat belt use among foreign tourists and believes there is need for increased education in that area.
The Reykjavík Public Health Authority has temporarily halted the operations of the recycling company Hringrás in Reykjavík, after a fire erupted there on Tuesday night.
A new poll from MMR reveals that 45 percent of drivers in Iceland aged 18-29 send or read text messages while driving.
Rescue workers from Vík í Mýrdal, South Iceland, were called out this afternoon to assist a foreign woman who was trapped in a landslide by Reynisfjara beach.
One of Iceland’s biggest domestic food producers, Ora, has announced it is recalling a batch of its tinned fish balls in curry sauce, as they are not fit for consumption.
A man in his fifties died yesterday after falling from a fishing boat on Húnaflói bay, Northwest Iceland.
Tourists appear to be paying new warning signs on Reynisfjara beach little heed, and continue to put themselves at risk from deadly waves.
Warning signs and hindrances on Dyrhólaey, South Iceland, appear to be disregarded by many tourists.
The Icelandic Tourist Board’s development fund will this spring provide a total of ISK 647 million (EUR 4.6 million/USD 5.1 million) to 66 projects.
There is a lot of slippery ice on roads and pavements in the capital region today, following several warm days and temperatures at, or just below, freezing today.
Four men were in grave danger on Reynisfjara beach, South Iceland, yesterday, when they were swept away by a huge wave.
Three tourists were picked up by a large wave at Kirkjufjara by Dyrhólaey, South Iceland yesterday afternoon.
A defibrillator has been ordered for the lodge at Gullfoss after a tourist collapsed and died from heart failure on Saturday.
Following the declaration that the half-year-long volcanic eruption at Holuhraun is over and that seismic activity at Bárðarbunga is greatly reduced, the northeast Iceland police have decided to lift their ban on access to Jökulsárgljúfur.