The Land’s Court has extended the custody of a man who is suspected of trafficking dozens of people to the country.
As of the start of the new year, all Icelanders will automatically be designated as organ donors unless they specifically opt out.
Hólavallagarður was consecrated in 1838 and served as the capital’s principal cemetery for almost a century.
Two hundred people took part in the march, which is held in observance of the Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women.
Although the court has confirmed Thomas Møller Olsen's original sentence and says that there is no realistic possibility that he is innocent of these crimes, it did criticize police for their initial interrogation methods, which they said contravened established procedure regarding the rights of...
“If we’re going to have this Black Friday like in the United States," remarked shopper Katrín Alexsandra Helgudóttir, "then I think that we can do a little better than [15 - 25% off].”
Thomas Møller Olsen's sentence of 19 years for the murder of Birna Brjánsdóttir, as well as drug smuggling, was confirmed at the Court of Appeal today.
The site was one of the recommendations made by a task force on ways to reduce the negative consequences and side effects of substance abuse.
An additional 700-750 spots will be added to Reykjavík preschools over the next five years in an attempt to bridge the gap between parental leave and preschool.
Leifur Örn Sveinsson is now in the Himalayas to retrieve the bodies of Kristinn Rúnarsson and Þorsteinn Guðjónsson.
Almost 700 Icelanders have registered their legal domiciles in Spain, which is a ten percent increase from last year.
As of 3.30pm on Saturday afternoon, firefighters were still working to put out the last of a fire that started in a Hafnarfjörður factory on Friday night.
Sorpa says that no one has yet shown that the banning of plastic bags has an influence on people’s attitudes or behavior.
The nursing home’s mental health care facilities have been operated in their own unit since the home was opened in 2010.
The bodies of two Icelandic mountaineers who died on an expedition in Nepal in 1988 have been discovered.
The cargo ship, which was transporting cement, ran aground last Saturday at Helguvík harbour near Keflavík.