Did you know that your old socks and underwear can be recycled?
This Sunday, the lights of the Oslo Christmas tree in Austurvöllur square, Reykjavík, will be lit at a public ceremony.
When residents of Southwest Iceland woke up this morning, the area was covered with 21 cm (8.3 in) of snow.
A protest is scheduled for 5:00 pm today in front of the Reykjavík District Court building on occasion of recent verdicts in rape cases in which all the accused were acquitted.
Police cars in the greater Reykjavík area will be equipped with handguns in special gun safes, beginning mid-December.
Monday, the Northeast Iceland Police confiscated 58 cannabis plants during a house search on a farm in Svarfaðardalur, near Dalvík.
The editorial of Fréttablaðið today warns people not to kindle hatred and division with their reaction to the Paris attacks.
More than 7,000 people have joined a Facebook page for those who wish to simplify their lives by getting rid of things and clothes they don’t need.
Close to 100 people had to seek shelter in a Red Cross emergency center in Vallaskóli school, Selfoss, after fire erupted i a plastic factory nearby last night.
The Icelandic Met Office has issued a strong gale warning (in excess of 20 meters per second) for the south coast this afternoon and for the East Fjords tomorrow.
The Icelandic Commerce Research Center has found out what will be in our Christmas packets this holiday season.
Reykjavík Multicultural Council and Reykjavík City Council will hold their first joint meeting on Tuesday, November 24, 2015, in Tjarnarsal, Reykjavík City Hall.
Consumption of soft drinks is excessive in Iceland, and that partly explains our large consumption of sugar.
Nowhere in the world is there more gender equality than in Iceland, according to the global gender gap index, compiled by the World Economic Forum.
The much-talked-about rape case, in which charges were filed against two men for rape in an apartment in Reykjavík, took a new turn yesterday.
A group of disabled women today demanded that the summer home be closed in which sexual assaults allegedly took place in the past.
Former President Vigdís Finnbogadóttir warns we must show moderation in our response to the attacks in Paris, so as to avoid the escalation of violence.
Thick neck, handsome head, and broad shoulders, full of flesh; those are qualities which make you eligible in Iceland.