The 105 confiscated plants were in the final stages of cultivation.
The current national record belongs to last year’s champion, Vilhjálmur Andri Einarsson, who stayed in a 0°C ice bath for 20 minutes last year.
The Environment Agency of Iceland closed both trails earlier in the spring when they became untraversable due to an excess of foot traffic and wet weather.
The woman, who was eighty years old, was on holiday with her family when she fell on the footpath leading from the parking lot to the beach.
The Environment Agency of Iceland has decided to temporarily close Reykjadalur valley to visitors due to environmental strain.
Route One is closed in South Iceland between Kirkjubæjarklaustur and Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon due to extreme weather.
Two men were acquitted in a curious court case involving a flipped car and a group of football fans.
Weather across South Iceland was extreme this morning, with wind speeds reaching 65 metres (213 feet) per second by Hvassafell mountain.
Police are investigating the death of a French tourist whose body was found by search and rescue teams in South Iceland yesterday.
The number of tourists visiting Fjaðrárgljúfur canyon has nearly doubled, thanks in part to a Justin Bieber music video filmed there in 2015.
One woman in her 20s is dead and seven others have been seriously injured following a bus accident in South Iceland.
Members of the police were dispatched to Jökulsárlón earlier today after a number of tourists had begun traversing the frozen lake.
A police resolution in the South of Iceland prohibits travellers from staying overnight in populated areas. Travellers are to sleep in regulated campsites.
The municipal council of Árborg, South Iceland announced possible plans of building an international airport in their community.
South Iceland police have found a body in Sólheimasandur, believed to be that of an American tourist who was reported missing last night.
Larger earthquakes than the one that took place near Selfoss, South Iceland during the weekend may happen in the coming days.
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.