Buses are now being charged for parking at Keflavík Airport, despite requests from the Icelandic Travel Industry Association to wait for a ruling on the issue.
The planned construction of a service centre in the highlands of Iceland will be subject to an environmental assessment.
Weather across South Iceland was extreme this morning, with wind speeds reaching 65 metres (213 feet) per second by Hvassafell mountain.
The Icelandic government has approved the formation of a cross-political committee to examine the establishment of a national park in the central highlands.
Over 60 percent of residents in Ísafjörður and the surrounding area of the West Fjords believe too many cruise ships dock in the town.
The number of tourists visiting Fjaðrárgljúfur canyon has nearly doubled, thanks in part to a Justin Bieber music video filmed there in 2015.
Uninsured patients owe the National University Hospital of Iceland nearly ISK 190 million for treatment received between 2013 and 2016.
Haukur Sigurðsson is creating an app to help visitors get to know Ísafjörður by ‘peeking into’ locals’ homes.
An agreement was reached between the Icelandic Aircraft Mechanics Association and Icelandair around 4 am this morning, suspending the mechanics’ strike.
Thousands of travellers have been affected by the Icelandair aircraft mechanics strike, which continues today.
Many Icelandair flights to and from Keflavík airport have been cancelled and others delayed due to an aircraft mechanics strike which began at 6:00 am this morning.
Use of foreign payment cards in Iceland amounted to ISK 188 billion (USD 1.8 billion/EUR 1.5 billion) in the first eight months of 2017, or ISK 23.5 billion per month.
Only 1% of Airbnb apartments are available in Reykjavík during the end of December, and very few hotel rooms are left.
Three new safety information signs have been placed along the popular hiking path up Esja mountain, just north of Reykjavík.
Members of the police were dispatched to Jökulsárlón earlier today after a number of tourists had begun traversing the frozen lake.
The earnings from admission to Hallgrímskirkja church’s tower amounted to ISK 238 million last year, resulting in an overall profit for the church.
Around one quarter of fines charged for speeding past traffic enforcement cameras are not collected, Vísir reports.
A committee researching guidelines for establishing a national park in the central highlands of Iceland has submitted its final report to the Minister for the Environment and Natural Resources.
The municipal council of Árborg, South Iceland announced possible plans of building an international airport in their community.