The Reykjavík Metropolitan Police have issued a renewed appeal for help in finding a missing 38-year-old man.
There is growing interest among foreigners in studying the Icelandic language, according to Margrét Jónsdóttir, head of Icelandic Studies in the School of Humanities at the University of Iceland.
Two hikers who, were reported missing in the West Fjords late last night, have been found safe and sound.
This morning, the Reykjavik Metropolitan Police arrested a man accused of driving a motocross bike under the influence of narcotics.
America Ferrera, the Golden Globe-winning actress best known for her portrayal of Betty Suarez in the TV show Ugly Betty, is on vacation in Iceland.
Well over 20 million krónur (USD 192,000, EUR 171,000) has already been raised for the victims of a natural disaster in Greenland.
The widower of a woman who died in an accident at Jökulsárlón glacial lagoon in southeast Iceland two years ago said that while he feels some sympathy for the captain of the amphibious vehicle that ran over his wife, safety precautions at the lagoon were totally lacking.
A woman intending to make some purchases at a shopping mall yesterday evening decided to shoplift the goods instead because she felt the prices were too high.
June 19th was Women’s Rights Day in Iceland, held to celebrate the 102nd anniversary of Icelandic women receiving voting rights.
The booking site Airbnb has continued to see a rise in popularity in Iceland alongside increased tourist demand.
A man responsible for rescuing another out of a burning vehicle, and who was himself injured in doing so, is not entitled to insurance compensation.
The Reykjavík Metropolitan Police received notice last night that a cat had been run over in the eastern part of the city, but supposedly survived.
Today is Women's Rights Day in Iceland and the occasion is being marked by various events throughout the land.
Icelandic Minister for Foreign Affairs Guðlaugur Þór Þórðarson has offered assistance to neighbor Greenland after a tsunami apparently hit the west coast of Greenland on Sunday.
Police pulled over the driver of a minibus for speeding on Suðurlandsvegur in South Iceland shortly before midnight last night.
Icelandic police will be visibly armed during the upcoming National Day celebrations on June 17, and possibly at other large festivals over summer.