The tourist who last week became famous for driving all the way to Siglufjörður, North Iceland, looking for Laugavegur, was fooled again Friday by his GPS.
An agreement to allocate ISK 45 million (USD 352,000, EUR 316,000) for the screening of colon cancer in people ages 60-69 was signed Friday.
Many truck drivers appear to have a habit of videotaping with their cell phones while driving and then sharing the videos with other drivers.
The district prosecutor has dropped the case of two men accused of raping a woman in an apartment in the Hlíðar neighborhood in Reykjavík in mid-October last year.
The number of residents in municipalities surrounding the capital area increases twice as fast as that of people in the capital area itself.
More than half of the 20 ambulance calls made last night were because of a broken CT scanner at Landspítali National University Hospital in Fossvogur.
Ring Road 1 is closed by Stigá river, east of the farm Hnappavellir, Southeast Iceland, because of a collision between a truck and a van.
‘Dope for Stuff’ (‘Dóp fyrir dót’) is the name of a Facebook page where members exchange drugs for all sorts of goods, many of which are likely stolen.
Wednesday, Dr. Jón Karlsson, became the first Icelandic doctor to receive the Nordic Medical Prize at a ceremony in Stockholm.
Eine Chinesin, die am Dienstag einen Tauchunfall in der Silfra-Spalte im Nationalpark Þingvellir hatte, erlag mittlerweile ihren Verletzungen.
In an effort to become gender-neutral, Reykjanesbær’s elementary school, Akurskóli, has removed gender signs from its restroom doors.
Yesterday afternoon, American Airlines flight 109, en route from London to Los Angeles, turned around shortly after flying past Keflavík International Airport, because of a mystery illness onboard.
A Chinese woman, who had an accident while diving in the Silfra fissure in Þingvellir National Park last Tuesday, has died.
Iceland ranks the lowest among Nordic countries on the Corruption Perceptions Index in 2015, published by Transparency International.
For more than one hundred years, the people of Ísafjörður, the West Fjords, have celebrated Sun Day (sólardagur), January 25, the day the sun returns in town after a two-month absence.
More than 41,000 people have signed a petition demanding that Alþingi, the Icelandic parliament, allocate 11 percent of the country’s annual GDP toward healthcare instead of the current 8.7 percent.
An Icelandic woman, accused of attempted murder in Hungary last year, has been found guilty in a Hungarian court and given a five-year suspended sentence.
One person is dead following a collision between a 4x4 and a passenger car yesterday afternoon in Reykjanesbær, Southwest Iceland.
Ten residents of the West Fjords have written an open letter to municipal authorities in Ísafjörður, lamenting the fact that they are required to wear bathing suits in the town’s Finnish sauna.