Left-Green party membership has increased to over six thousand members.
A bus driver on route 14 was arrested in the middle of his route on suspicion of having assaulted an eleven-year-old who threw a snowball at his bus.
It's Ash Wednesday, which means that children all over Iceland are getting dressed up in costumes and heading out to gather candy. There's no such thing as free candy however, the kids have to sing for their sweets!
Seven-year-old Clara Charlotte has built a huge snow house in her backyard in the West Fjords where she regularly holds tea parties.
A new study conducted by Valdimar Sigurðsson shows that the shopping cart plays a big role in brick-and-mortar stores’ competitiveness with online outlets.
Fruit trees, cold water plunge pools, and swing sets are among the projects that Reykjavík residents have voted to implement in 2018.
Páll Magnússon, chairman of the Icelandic parliament’s Judicial Affairs and Education Committee, thinks it “certain” and that Eggert Einer Nielson and his family will be granted Icelandic citizenship.
Reykjavík’s City Council approved ISK 85 million [$831,300] on improvements on Húsdýragarðurinn Family Park and Zoo.
Comedian Ari Eldjárn has been popular in Iceland for years but recently, he started taking his stand-up international, playing the Edinburgh Fringe festival last year before taking his show to London and later this year, all the way to Australia
Iceland’s Directorate of Immigration has rejected an application for citizenship for Eggert Einer Nielson, despite his having been born in Reykjavík to an Icelandic mother.
Icelandic midwife Edda Sveinsdóttir has developed a new technique to help minimize perineal trauma during childbirth.
The Department of Welfare of Reykjavík City has put forth plans to improve service for female immigrants, asylum seekers, and refugees.
Iceland dropped four places in an annual comparison of European healthcare systems conducted by Swedish think tank Health Consumer Powerhouse.
A new proposal put forth by the city would see the busy Miklabraut highway turned into an underground traffic tunnel.
Strætó BS has received approval from the Ministry for the Environment for a pilot project allowing pets on public buses.
It is suspected that a single group is behind dozens of burglaries which have occurred in the Reykjavík capital area over the past several weeks.
Iceland's population at the end of 2017 reached 348,580, according to new information from Statistics Iceland.