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.
Foreign tourists who visit Iceland in the winter report being happier with their experience at popular tourist spots in Iceland than those who visit during the summer.
Travel Company When In Iceland has regularly shared photographs on their Facebook page of tourists displaying reckless behaviour.
A tourist was killed in September when hit by a car while standing in the middle of the road. This took place on route 1 at Sólheimasandur, South Iceland.
The Icelandic banking system is much better prepared for a potential collapse than it was prior to the 2008 crash.
Chris and Joanne Bradley had the distinction of being the 7 millionth passengers to travel through Keflavík International Airport this year.
In a debate on consumer rights post-Brexit, Labour MP Darren Jones shamed Icelandic airline WOW for its customer service and high baggage fees.
A parking fee instituted at Hraunfossar falls, West Iceland last Friday has caused tension between landowners, businesses, and local authorities.
Inspired by Iceland, the official destination brand for Iceland in marketing has launched a new campaign.
Icelandic camper van rental Kúkú Campers’ concept of rolling transportation and accommodation into one is taking on in their new US location.
Iceland became an incredibly popular tourist attraction in a very short period of time, and it became increasingly clear that its natural treasures weren't prepared for such a large number of people.
The Public Health Authority of East Iceland has commented on the poor sewage treatment of two hotels in Southeast Iceland belonging to the Fosshótel chain.
One hundred and twenty people were transported out of Southeast Iceland via helicopter yesterday by Search and Rescue teams following extensive flooding.
An equal number of tourists in the Reykjavík capital area may be staying in homestays such as Airbnb as in hotels.
The increase in tourists in Höfn, South Iceland, during the “off-season” has led to the decision to keep the town’s campsite open this coming winter.
Bed bugs, the parasitic insects that feed primarily on human blood, have now settled in Iceland, according to exterminator Steinar Marberg Egilsson.
Members of the Icelandic volunteer search-and-rescue operation Landsbjörg have endured heavy strain this summer as the number of operations has increased substantially.
Smári Sigurðsson, director of the Icelandic Association of Search and Rescue (ICE-SAR) states that it is unclear who bears responsibility for the safety of tourists in many of the country’s most popular destinations.