Following the egg farm scandal last week, in which a farm marketed as eco-friendly was found to be over-crowded and infested with mice, some Icelanders expressed their anger Friday by using eggs as weapons.
RÚV reports that an Icelandic supreme court judge owned shares worth tens of millions of ISK in Glitnir Bank during the years leading up to the banking collapse in 2008.
A woman in her thirties has been arrested by police, suspected of starting a fire in an apartment building in Reykjanesbær yesterday morning.
Two individuals have been arrested by police, suspected of having held a man captive in a Reykjavík apartment.
The Suðurnes Police are looking for witnesses in relation to this morning’s fire in Reykjanesbær, Southwest Iceland, after which eight people were hospitalized.
Eight people were brought to the Suðurnes Hospital and Health Center this morning, believed to be suffering from smoke inhalation.
The negotiating committees of the Association of Teachers in Primary and Lower Secondary Schools and the Icelandic Association of Local Authorities reached an agreement last night.
A foreign woman is seriously injured after the vehicle she was in rolled over near Vík í Mýrdal, South Iceland, last night.
The Reykjavík Metropolitan Police are investigating a wave of complaints about clowns in the Grafarvogur neighborhood in Reykjavík.
A police officer at the narcotics division of the Reykjavík Metropolitan Police, charged with corruption, violation on the job and violating his duty of confidentiality, denied charges this morning.
More than thirty complaints have been sent to the Environment Agency of Iceland about pollution from a United Silicon metal smelter in Helguvík.
In recent years, more and more stores in Iceland have begun to aggressively advertise their goods on Black Friday.
It has long been a tradition in Iceland for children to leave a shoe in the window of their room before Christmas in hopes that the Yule Lads bring them a little present when they come from the mountains, one by one.
More and more Icelandic lawyers no longer offer their services to asylum seekers, because of the latter’s inability to pay their bills.
Two rescue workers were injured late last night when searching for a farmer on the Vatnsnes peninsula, Northwest Iceland.
The bed occupancy rate at Landspítali University Hospitality is well above acceptable international levels.
Grade school teachers all over Iceland left work early yesterday to attend meetings to show solidarity in their fight for higher pay.
Norwegian media have managed to trace the roots of US President Elect Donald Trump to Norse people in the Hebrides.
Real estate prices in the Reykjavík capital area have gone up by 13.6 percent in the past 12 months.