Search and Rescue has yet to find Ríkharður Pétursson, a fifty-year-old man from Selfoss.
The Icelandic Naming Committee has added five new first names and two middle names to the register of approved names.
Women of foreign origin in Iceland have stepped forward sharing their experiences of gender-based discrimination and violence under the banner of the #metoo movement.
The Icelandic Supreme Court ruled today that a 76% toll on imported French Fries is not unconstitutional.
Police are investigating the death of a French tourist whose body was found by search and rescue teams in South Iceland yesterday.
A trial project run by the city of Reykjavík is offering university students housing in an elderly care centre.
Iceland is number six on the list of countries with the highest proportion of Veganuary participants.
About 90% of the curriculum taught in Icelandic universities is in English, even as a third of Icelandic university students have difficulty utilizing the language in a university environment.
Nearly 100 people were admitted to the emergency room on one night due to accidents on icy sidewalks and roads around the city.
Uninsured patients owe the National University Hospital of Iceland nearly ISK 190 million for treatment received between 2013 and 2016.
Reykjavík capital area police have acknowledged that valuables seized during a house search around four years ago have disappeared from their shelves.
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.