The Reykjqvík Metropolitan Police Department will hold a meeting this morning to determine the next steps in the search for 26-year-old Artur Jarmoszko, who has been missing since March 1.
Residents of the East Fjords are angry over the announcement Friday by Minister of Transport and Local Government Jón Gunnarsson to postpone improvements of the bumpy part of the Ring Road in Berufjörður fjord.
Two men, accused in the death of their fellow prisoner in 2012, were acquitted by the Supreme Court of Iceland today.
The Icelandic Investigative Committee of Transportation Accidents (RNSA) is worried about limited seat belt use among foreign tourists and believes there is need for increased education in that area.
The Directorate of Tax Investigations in Iceland is investigating 22 contractors, suspected of trying to evade tax payments by transferring the responsibility for their payments to their subcontractors.
Most Icelandic doctors have either been threatened or have colleagues who have received threats from patients.
The online version of the British Daily Mail published a story today about selfies that WOW Air pilots took of themselves in the cockpit during a flight from San Francisco to Keflavík.
The production company Truenorth has obtained a permit for shooting an episode for the Netflix series Black Mirror on Grænavatn and Kleifarvatn lakes on Reykjanes peninsula.
The hydrogen sulfide pollution from Hellisheiði geothermal power plant came as a surprise to Reykjavík Energy, which operates the plant.
Residents of the East Fjords closed Ring Road 1 in Berufjörður with 60 vehicles yesterday to protest the postponement of road improvements.
Two serious accidents occurred on Reykjanes peninsula, Southwest Iceland, yesterday, one of them fatal.
Police have confirmed that biological samples from the investigation into the murder of Birna Brjánsdóttir connect the suspect in the case directly to Birna.
The Reykjanes District Court ruled today that the man suspected in the death of Birna Brjánsdóttir shall remain in police custody for another four weeks.
The level of hydrogen sulfide from Hellisheiði geothermal plant has measured above health limits in Reykjavík today and yesterday.
Sunday morning, the snow fell in record amounts; the following days, it was the residents’ turn to fall in record numbers.
The use of chewing tobacco has increased substantially in Iceland in recent years, especially among young men.
The trawler Beitir NK 123 was on its way to harbor in Neskaupstaður last night with possibly the largest load of capelin ever in Iceland.
The case of two men, accused in the death of their fellow prisoner in 2012, was heard before the Supreme Court of Iceland today.
Icelandic President Guðni Th. Jóhannesson invited children suffering from rare diseases and their families to his residence at Bessastaðir yesterday.