Pets will be allowed on public buses alongside their humans in the Reykjavík capital area starting tomorrow.
Over 2,000 people have signed an online petition to fix the road to Borgarfjörður eystri, East Iceland.
If you were born in Iceland during the last 10 years, your birthday is most likely in July, August, or September.
An Albanian couple is scheduled to be deported from Iceland along with their ten-month-old daughter, who was born in the country.
More than 400 Icelandic doctors have signed a statement expressing their support of of a proposed ban on circumcising boys.
A full acquittal of those sentenced for the murders in the infamous Guðmundur and Geirfinnur case, which was featured in Netflix's 'Out of Thin Air', was requested today.
Foreign women going through divorce and custody proceedings in Iceland suffer from misinformation and inadequate support.
Residents of Borgarfjörður eystri began paving the only road into town in protest against a lack of government action to fix it.
The Icelandic Naming Committee has rejected the names Zelda, Zion, and Theo, but approved the names Maríon and Sólúlfur for male children.
Kvennaathvarf Women’s Shelter is building 16 apartments which will provide temporary housing for women who are recovering from domestic violence.
A bus driver on route 14 was arrested in the middle of his route on suspicion of having assaulted an eleven-year-old who threw a snowball at his bus.
It's Ash Wednesday, which means that children all over Iceland are getting dressed up in costumes and heading out to gather candy. There's no such thing as free candy however, the kids have to sing for their sweets!
Seven-year-old Clara Charlotte has built a huge snow house in her backyard in the West Fjords where she regularly holds tea parties.
A new study conducted by Valdimar Sigurðsson shows that the shopping cart plays a big role in brick-and-mortar stores’ competitiveness with online outlets.
Fruit trees, cold water plunge pools, and swing sets are among the projects that Reykjavík residents have voted to implement in 2018.
Páll Magnússon, chairman of the Icelandic parliament’s Judicial Affairs and Education Committee, thinks it “certain” and that Eggert Einer Nielson and his family will be granted Icelandic citizenship.
Reykjavík’s City Council approved ISK 85 million [$831,300] on improvements on Húsdýragarðurinn Family Park and Zoo.