In a public post on her social media accounts, Icelandic musician Björk has come forward with an experience of sexual harassment by Danish film director Lars von Trier.
Svanur Þorsteinsson visits Sunnuhlíð retirement home three times a week to offer residents rides in a special wagon which attaches to his bike.
President of Iceland Guðni Th. Jóhannesson unexpectedly joined almost 30 swimmers in a sea swim from Ægisíða.
Greenlander Thomas Møller Olsen has been sentenced to 19 years in prison for the murder of Birna Brjánsdóttir, as well as the attempted smuggle of 20 kg of hashish.
Anna Lára Pálsdóttir, teacher and receptionist at Hotel Katla in Vík, South Iceland, has begun teaching a new Icelandic course for foreign workers in the area.
The Icelandic National Church has faced scrutiny since the mid-90’s, due to its poor handling of the sexual assault accusations of its priests. In 1996, bishop of Iceland Ólafur Skúlason was accused of sexually assaulting a woman numerous times.
Ísafjörður town, in the Icelandic Westfjords, has set up a three-dimensional pedestrian crossing in the central part of town.
A foreign woman was found dead in her apartment in Vesturbær, Reykjavík last night. Two men were in the apartment when police arrived and were arrested on the scene.
The dead baby mouse, found in a Fresco salad earlier this weekend, is believed to have originated in a shipment of spinach that came from Spain.
Two small aircraft bumped into each other while flying over Langjökull glacier in Iceland. The incident occurred at 3.000 feet over the glacier on September 5th and is currently under investigation.
For the past couple of years, the quiet small town of Hveragerði in South Iceland has seen a number of their cats being poisoned to death. After months of no such incidents, a missing cat has now been found severed to pieces.
The restaurant's lawyer has confirmed that it has been closed since RÚV's report, as no customers have wanted to show up.
Icelanders are the most depressed of all European countries, according to The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development's (OECD) latest research.
When eight-year-old Snæfríður Edda visited H&M in Smáralind shopping centre, she was dismayed to find space-themed t-shirts were only on sale in the boys’ section
Mischievous sheep have caused trouble for residents of Fjarðabyggð municipality, East Iceland, this summer.
Near the top of Mount Esja is an iron-clad box full of Kellogg's Special K bars, free for all hungry hikers.
Trade union Eining-Iðja has completed its investigation of the Chinese restaurant Sjanghæ in Akureyri, concluding that its staff does get paid according to wage contracts.
Public funding for all immigration and refugee related matters in Iceland will more than double next year, with sources claiming the amount will go from 150 million krónas to 410 million.
American David Balsam will visit Iceland next month in order to locate or gain any information on his Icelandic half-brother.
Icelandic authorities will follow up with the Directorate of Immigration's decision to deport two refugee families that have sought asylum in Iceland.
Grocery shopping turns out to be about twice as cheap in Costco Canada, compared to Costco in Iceland.
Bed bugs, the parasitic insects that feed primarily on human blood, have now settled in Iceland, according to exterminator Steinar Marberg Egilsson.