A letter was delivered to the farmers at Hólar in Hvammsveit, West Iceland, at the end of March, although it included neither the recipients’ names nor their address.
Because of an overwork ban among air traffic controllers, there will be no flights to and from Keflavík International airport between 2 am and 7 am tomorrow morning.
About 40 Syrian refugees from refugee camps in Lebanon have been offered to resettle in Iceland late this year.
A serious traffic accident occurred this afternoon on the Ring Road, near Hella, South Iceland, when a car rolled over.
Five people were injured when a helicopter made an emergency landing in the Hengill mountain area, near Reykjavík.
Police are investigating the case of a woman who appears to have been the victim of human trafficking at Adam Hotel in Reykjavík.
Two young women broke their back during a boat ride organized by a sightseeing tour agency in Vestmannaeyjar islands two weeks ago.
4,129 children were born last year in Iceland. The fertility rate was measured at 1.81 children for every woman over a lifetime—a figure which has never been lower since records began being kept in 1853.
An asylum seeker who has gone on hunger strike in Iceland says he does not know what else he can do to prevent him and his young family being deported.
A 26-year-old man has been charged by the Reykjavík District Court with attempted murder for an attack in the early hours of Sunday March 6, which took place at the student common area at the University of Iceland.
Widespread damage has been caused by a fire last night at a car repair workshop in Akureyri, North Iceland.
During the first two weeks of May, the police in South Iceland collected ISK 6.5 million (USD 52,000, EUR 47,000) in speeding tickets.
The lack of jobs in Iceland for university educated people concerns Katrín Ólafsdóttir, a job market economist.
Tanja Teresa Leifsdóttir, a political science student, showed up for work at Patreksfjörður Hospital, the West Fjords, on Monday night.
Today, Þórunn Ólafsdóttir received the City of Reykjavík Human Rights Award for her aid work on the Greek island of Lesbos.
The Icelandic Met Office rarely encounters excessively high temperatures, but yesterday it did–inside its own offices.
Hannes Smárason, former CEO and board director of FL Group, was the authorized signatory of a company in Panama, which received an ISK 3 billion (USD 24 million, EUR 21 million) loan from the holding company Fons in 2007.
A British Airways flight was diverted to Keflavík International Airport on Tuesday morning after a man reportedly attempted suicide in the jet’s lavatory.
An MMR poll conducted May 6-9 reveals that the majority of Icelanders, or 51.4 percent, are opposed to joining the European Union.
It looks increasingly likely that families of four of the five children in Árneshreppur municipality may move away this summer, meaning that their school would most likely close down.