Four silos at the closed cement plant in Akranes are still standing after two failed demolition attempts.
We at Iceland Review have compiled the most read news stories of 2017. This is the fourth and final roundup, which covers October through December.
Icelanders’ tradition of setting off huge amounts of fireworks on New Year’s Eve has been the subject of debate this year due to its environmental impact.
The Icelandic tradition of setting off fireworks on New Year's Eve lights up the skies and raises money for search and rescue operations, but it has obvious downsides for the environment.
We at Iceland Review have compiled the most read news stories of 2017. This is the third roundup, which covers July through September.
We at Iceland Review have compiled the most read news stories of 2017. This is the second roundup, which covers April through June.
We at Iceland Review have compiled the most read news stories of 2017. The first round up covers events from January - March.
Iceland has fallen behind its neighbouring countries when it comes to queer rights, according to ILGA-Europe.
Icelandic authorities played a key role in a coordinated international investigation which has dismantled an organized crime group.
During Advent Arnar and Jón bring Christmas joy to visitors in Dalvík, North Iceland by decking their halls with 40 boxes worth of Christmas decorations collected through the years.
Around 1200 women from media, healthcare, and the airline industry have joined Iceland’s growing #metoo movement.
Icelandic women will come together across the country on Sunday for public readings of #metoo stories from Iceland.
Icelandic women continue their active participation in the #metoo movement, most recently in the fields of music, technology, and science.
A research on luck, lead by the Social Science Research Institute and the University Lottery is currently underway in Iceland.
Icelandic actor Sverrir Guðnason will be starring in “The Girl in the Spider’s Web,” a new instalment in the Millennium franchise by Swedish author Stieg Larsson.
Proceedings from the sale of pink and blue hay bale wrappings raised money and awareness for breast and bladder cancer. The proceedings went to Krabbameinsfélag Íslands (The Cancer Association of Iceland)