Two brothers retraced the last ride taken by their eighty-year-old father, who died in a cycling accident last year, to raise cyclist safety awareness.
Contrary to the previous belief that the ship was leaking gasoline, closer examination of the hull yesterday revealed that it is, in fact, unlikely that any of the gasoline drums on board were compromised.
Gasoline is leaking from the Norwegian cargo ship Fjordvik, which was transporting concrete and ran aground this weekend.
Almost 1,800 elementary school children in rural Iceland utilized the school bus services offered by their municipalities last year.
Reykjavík police authorities try to abstain from announcing about missing children to avoid paedophiles and drug dealers trying to contact them on the streets.
The initiative encourages participants to set aside their phones from 9 AM to 9 PM in order to facilitate better family interactions and face-to-face communication during that time.
Guðni Bragason, Permanent Representative of Iceland with the OSCE, is calling for an investigation of human rights abuses against individuals in Chechnya on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity.
A woman intending to run for leader of fisherman's union Sjómannafélag Íslands has been dismissed from the union due to supposed connections to a socialist uprising in Iceland.
61% of Icelanders support a total ban on the use of disposable plastic bags in stores. Large supermarkets have recently decided to stop offering disposable plastic bags to their customers.
Ólafur Ragnar Grímsson, former President of Iceland, intends to clone his eleven-year old Sámur along with his wife Dorrit Moussaieff.
Malin Roux Johansson, the cofounder and director of Swedish Human Rights NGO Realstars, gave a presentation which focused on deterring the buyers of sexual services, rather than on sex workers or victims of sex trafficking who have been compelled into prostitution.
The Ministry for the Environment credits the increased stability of the ptarmigan population for the extension of the hunting season.
A large crowd gathered today in downtown Reykjavík to protest gender income inequality at the Women’s Day Off event.
A weapon-free Arctic is essential if countries are to be expected to work together on issues such as global warming and environmental protection, said Katrín.