Environmental psychologist Páll Jakob Líndal fears downtown Reykjavík is losing its character.
A lack of available housing in a Westfjords town has led a local company to break ground for its employees.
The funds will help the Story Circle reach women who have experienced violence and/or sexual harassment, support them through targeted programs and creative projects, and educate them about the resources that are available to them within Icelandic society.
Police have officially brought charges against Sindri Þór Stefánsson and several other individuals in the matter of 600 stolen computers from three data centers in December 2017 and January 2018. The computers were outfitted for bitcoin mining and worth an estimated ISK 200 million.
The City of Reykjavík Human Rights Council has unanimously approved gender neutral restrooms in all of its administrative buildings, effective this fall.
Under the terms of the proposition, the speed limit on four downtown streets would be reduced from 50 km/hr to 30 km/hr.
Six whales out of the 262 allowed by this year's quota have been hunted since the whaling season began just over a month ago.
The Icelandic Coast Guard’s helicopters were called out three times in a matter of hours on Wednesday afternoon.
The newly approved proposal also lays out plans for new public transportation links with Kopavógur, as well as new schools, shops, and services.
During May and June, police issued tickets totaling just over ISK 10 million to drivers who were not using a hands-free device for talking on the phone while driving.
Guðrún Björt is focused on issues of gender equality and helping young women to make a difference in the world.
Composed of 18 independent experts from around the world, the CRC monitors, among other things, the implementation of the Convention on the Rights of the Child by its state parties.
The death is being treated as an accident; at time of writing, police believe that the young man fell from a roof.
"Better late than never", as two children's books due for return on the 4th of February 1972 were returned to the Reykjavík City Library today.
The Icelandic Food and Veterinary Authority decided to put down 250 birds which have been held in quarantine since February.
A group of 102 women in Icelandic media have released a statement protesting against sports journalist Hjörtur Hjartason’s continuing to work in the industry.
Icelanders could be recycling their plastic using green energy instead of burning it or sending it abroad.
All mail sent from the countryside is now driven to Reykjavík to be sorted, rather than sorted by hand at rural offices.
The Universities of Iceland and Akureyri have seen a dramatic uptick in applications to their respective programs.