Norway and Iceland use smaller amounts of antimicrobial agents in agriculture than do any other European nations.
A Polish-born woman, who moved to Iceland at the age of 13, believes immigrants are discriminated against in the labor market.
A man, who received a five year prison sentence in June for raping a 17-year-old French girl on Hrísey island last summer, has been let out of prison.
Detective Snorri Birgisson, who heads the Reykjavík Metropolitan Police’s human trafficking division, told RÚV that prostitution in Iceland has increased considerably in recent years.
There has been a lot of strain on the two intensive care units at Landspítali University Hospital lately.
“We see numerous cases of prostitution being practiced in rental apartments, such as those listed with Airbnb.”
One person is dead following a collision around noon yesterday between two cars on Reykjanesbraut road, near Keflavík International Airport.
A serious traffic accident occurred on Reykjanesbraut road in Hafnarfjörður, just south of Reykjavík, this afternoon.
The crew of the trawler, which was drifting close to the south coast of Iceland this morning, succeeded in restarting the ship’s engine a short while ago.
Rescue workers have been called out because of a fishing vessel which is drifting close to the shore by Vík í Mýrdal, South Iceland.
The Lennon Ono Grant for Peace was presented by Yoko Ono at Harpa Concert Hall, Reykjavík, yesterday.
A foreign tourist in his late sixties was transported by the Icelandic Coast Guard helicopter to Landspítali University Hospital after falling into an 80˚C (176˚F) hot spring.
A poll conducted by MMR shows that 15.4 percent of Icelanders see President Guðni Th. Jóhannesson as a symbol of unity for the nation.
The Viking ship Vésteinn sank in Reykjavík harbor last night, but crews were able to get it back afloat shortly before midnight.
The City of Reykjavík has sent out a press release, announcing a celebration of peace in the city, called Days of Peace.
A number of people witnessed an incident of animal abuse during a sheep roundup in Öxnadalur in mid-September.
The British policeman and supporter of the Icelandic national football team, who was stabbed in France this summer following a football game between Iceland and France, has arrived in Iceland.
For the next two months, up to 75 asylum seekers will be housed where the Icelandic Police Academy used to be.