Icelandair and FÍA, the Icelandic pilots’ union, have signed a collective bargaining agreement that is valid until December 31, 2019.
Icelanders hold no patents for geothermal heat utilization methods in Iceland, and have no such patent applications in progress.
The Laundromat Café, a popular downtown café and the only operational laundromat in Reykjavík, will be closing this Sunday.
An experimental project to see how shortening the workweek for state and municipal employees has been a success thus far.
Authorities in the Bláskógabyggð municipality have rejected a proposal to build a massive luxury hotel and spa complex near Þingvellir National Park.
The Reykjavík Public Health Authority is recalling hummus produced by the company Í einum grænum after a metal filament was found in one tub.
Women make up only 11 percent of CEOs at the 100 largest Icelandic companies, despite having higher educational attainment than men.
United Silicon has requested to begin bankruptcy proceedings through the District Court of Reykjanes.
Bus fares between Reykjavík and the Keflavík airport could increase by as much as 25% in the coming months.
The time of sharp real estate market growth in Reykjavík is over, according to a report released yesterday by Landsbankinn bank.
Icelandair will begin flying to San Francisco this spring, bring the total number of North American destinations served by the airline to 23.
Real estate prices in the Reykjavík capital area fell around 0.7 percent between months at the end of last year.
French dairy giant Lactalis has bought The Icelandic Milk and Skyr Corporation, producer of Siggi’s Skyr.
The Icelandic Food and Veterinary Authority (MAST) has authorized a large-scale increase in fish farming in the West Fjords.
Preliminary figures for 2016 indicate Iceland’s GDP per capita was 28 percent above the EU28 average.
Icelandic banks have reduced staff by nearly 1,500 and closed more than 60 branches over the last ten years.
Only 1% of Airbnb apartments are available in Reykjavík during the end of December, and very few hotel rooms are left.