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.
The Icelandic Immigration and Asylum Appeals Board has confirmed the Directorate of Immigration's decision to deport an eleven-year old Afghan girl and her disabled father, basing it on the Dublin Regulation.
Foreign film production in Iceland has been slowing down, due to the Icelandic Króna currency getting stronger.
Officials from Reykjavik will visit Hull as part of a return visit of a Cod Wars exchange, and to donate an Icelandic warp cutter, described as a "secret weapon to Hull Museums, never seen before outside of Iceland".
The Reykjavík Metropolitan Police wish to remind salespeople to be on their guard for all paper money.
The owner of the Chinese restaurant Sjanghæ in Akureyri, north Iceland, is suspected of human trafficking.
Members of the Icelandic volunteer search-and-rescue operation Landsbjörg have endured heavy strain this summer as the number of operations has increased substantially.
For the first time since orca, and Free Willy star, Keiko lived there, the Westman Islands are now welcoming new whales into their folds.
Earlier this week, a giant shopping bag in central Reykjavík advertising the grand opening of the first H&M store in Iceland, sparked controversy. It has now been removed.
The main proceedings of the case against Tomas Möller Olsen, charged with the murder of Birna Brjánsdóttir, began today in the district court of Reykjanes, South Iceland.
Reykjanesbær town council wishes to completely shut down the United Silicon factory while work is underway on fixing its pollution issue.
Reykjavík’s Environmental- and Planning Commission is against plans to build a hundred meter (328 feet) tall Ferris wheel in Reykjavík, called the Reykjavík Eye.