A strange sight awaited golfer Arnór Ingi Finnbjörnsson when he arrived at Korpa golf course in Reykjavík yesterday morning.
Because an air traffic controller called in sick, Reykjavík Airport was closed between 9 pm last night and 7 am this morning.
Rescue workers from Hella, Hvolsvöllur and Vík í Mýrdal , South Iceland, were called out to Hrafntinnusker mountain this morning to assist hikers in trouble.
Ring Road 1 is now closed in South Iceland in the vicinity of Vík í Mýrdal, due to a serious traffic accident.
The CEO of Europcar, Akureyri, states that Asian drivers more frequently have car accidents than other tourists in Iceland.
A foreign tourist, who had been missing since Saturday morning, was found alive and well last night.
A parliamentary bill is being drafted that would eliminate any restrictions on the use of family names in Iceland.
Two men were arrested on Tuesday in connection with the alleged murder of Guðmundur Einarsson, who disappeared in 1974.
The West Fjords police have questioned witnesses and some of the individuals suspected of having vandalized nature reserve Hornstrandir the first weekend in June. Vegetation had been scorched, animals shot, a seal left skinned on the beach and an emergency shelter trashed.
Prime Minister of Iceland Sigurður Ingi Jóhannesson declared yesterday that he is in shock over the hatred Omar Mateen must have felt when he brutally attacked and killed innocent people in a gay nightclub in Orlando early yesterday morning. Fifty people were killed and 53 injured.
The decision of Reykjavík Chief of Police Sigríður Björk Guðjónsdóttir to relieve a police officer in the narcotics division of his duties has been reported to the Ministry of the Interior.
Alþingi, the Icelandic parliament, passed a law last night putting an end to the overtime ban of air traffic controllers.
The government of Iceland decided at a cabinet meeting today to present a parliamentary resolution to bring the protest actions among air traffic controllers, a ban on overtime work and training new recruits, to an end.
Monitoring of the Hornstrandir Nature Reserve must increase, according to one of the people who came upon men there last weekend, who had trashed an emergency shelter and used firearms against all rules.
Eight people who held cleaning jobs at apartments rented out by a hotel were fired after insisting that they get their own restroom facilities.
One person died in a collision between a passenger car and a 4x4 in Hvalfjörður tunnel yesterday afternoon.
The man who was transported yesterday by helicopter to hospital after the car he drove rolled over in Reynisfjall mountain by Vík í Mýrdal, South Iceland, should be able to leave intensive care today.
A foreign tourist is seriously injured after the car he was driving rolled over in the slopes of Reynisfjall mountain, west of Vík í Mýrdal, South Iceland, around 1 pm.