Telecommunication Company NOVA, in co-operation with Samsung and the city of Reykjavík, have opened an ice skating rink in Ingólfsstræti square, downtown Reykjavík.
Amnesty International will be transforming Hallgrímskirkja church into a gigantic list of signatures this weekend.
Women who work or have worked in theatre and film in Iceland have shared testimonials of sexual harassment, violence, and discrimination with the media.
A group of 49 male priests and deacons have signed a statement promising to do everything they can to ensure women’s safety within the National Church of Iceland.
Minister of Health Óttarr Proppé has appointed a task force to examine the possible public health benefits of correcting the clock in Iceland.
Two to three passengers sustained minor injuries when their bus collided with a snow plowing vehicle in Northeast Iceland yesterday afternoon.
Raising Iceland’s sewage treatment up to international standards would require an investment of ISK 50-80 billion (USD 475-760 million/EUR 405-648 million).
Iceland comes first in many measures quality of life, according to data released this month by the OECD.
Approximately 10.6% of the Icelandic population are immigrants, most of whom come from Poland. Polish authorities have recently begun to ask residents living abroad to return to their home country, due to an increasing need for working hands.
An Icelandic man was taken to the National University Hospital of Iceland a few weeks ago when a package of illegal drugs, which he had concealed internally, began leaking.
The Ministry of Industries and Innovation has partnered up with The Association of Icelandic Visual Artists to arrange a competition for a new artwork to grace the Fishing Industry building‘s wall in Reykjavík.
Sundhöllin, the oldest public bath in Iceland, will be open to visitors in December after lengthy renovations.
Author Vigdís Grímsdóttir was today awarded the annual Jónas Hallgrímsson Award for her novel, Vaknaðu Þyrnirós, with actor Gunnar Helgason receiving acknowledgement for his contribution to the support of Icelandic.
Police arrested two women last night who called emergency services claiming a man had gone into the sea in eastern Reykjavík.
In total about 83 percent of Reykjavík residents drive to work, while less than 25 percent use public transportation, according to a recent Eurostat report.
A 7.9 km (4.9 mi) long tunnel, named Norðfjarðargöng, opened yesterday between Neskaupstaður and Eskifjörður in East Iceland, replacing a difficult mountain road around Oddskarð.
The Icelandic Naming Committee recently decreed that the names Mia and Zion could not be allowed as Icelandic given names. The names Aríel, Selina, Jónsi, Alísa, Ylfingur and Alíana, however, passed all requirements.
The buses in Reykjavík, more commonly known as Strætó, will see changes early next year. All of them focus on increasing the number of bus fares over the year.
Vigdís Ingvarsdóttir, a vagrant more commonly known as Vigga, who died 60 years ago, will now finally receive her own gravestone.
For the ninth-year in a row, Iceland ranks as the world‘s most gender-equal country, according to the World Economic Forum‘s Global Gender Gap index.