The town of Húsavík, North Iceland, plays a role in the upcoming comedy Eurovision.
This pair of whooper swans (cygnus cygnus) is getting ready for its eggs to hatch.
Aside from those Icelanders whose COVID-19 cases have been confirmed, 0.9 percent of the Icelandic nation has developed antibodies to the novel coronavirus.
“This is the most beautiful picture possible at present.”
Microsoft has announced that it will no longer offer an Icelandic version of the Outlook app for iOS devices (iPhone and iPad) at the end of June.
The Blue Lagoon, Southwest Iceland, announced today that it will be laying off 403 employees by the end of the month.
The Icelandic Ministry of Finance and Economic Affairs predicts the government deficit this year will amount to ISK 300 billion.
Firefighters in North Iceland are battling a large fire in a freezing plant on Hrísey Island in Eyjafjörður fjord.
At a meeting yesterday, the Icelandic government agreed to continue preparations for the screening of passengers for the novel coronavirus upon arrival, beginning June 15.
A presidential election will take place in Iceland on Saturday, June 27.
Should Boeing’s delivery of the 737 MAX aircraft ordered by Icelandair Group be delayed more than 12 months, based on current agreements, then the latter has the option to cancel the purchase.
People in Iceland are less and less ill when diagnosed with the novel coronavirus.
For the second year in a row, Iceland ranks first on the Kids Rights Index as the country where children’s rights are best guaranteed.
Iceland will be among 31 European states for which the German government plans to lift a travel warning as of June 15, provided the COVID-19 situation allows.
At a meeting Friday, Icelandair Group hf.’s shareholders voted to grant the board authorization to increase the company’s share capital by up to ISK 30 billion.
It is not yet clear what sort of air service will be offered to and from Iceland once the country’s borders reopen June 15.
New rules regarding public gatherings took effect in Iceland today.
At the beginning of March, an Icelandic midwife in training, who is an identical twin, delivered the twins of a mother, who is a twin.
After an amazing recovery in Iceland, it took him two weeks to swim to Greenland – a distance of 550 km (over 340 miles).
The search for a fisherman, believed to have fallen overboard in Vopnafjörður fjord, Northeast Iceland on Monday, continues today.
An Icelandair shareholder meeting is scheduled today.
The man rescued from a burning house in Akureyri the night before last has died.
One new COVID-19 case was confirmed in Iceland yesterday.
The establishment of a new union of flight attendants in Iceland has been discussed.
About 15 hectares (37 acres) of a moss-covered lava field in Norðurárdalur valley, West Iceland, were severely damaged by wildfire the night before last.
A man, rescued unconscious from a burning house in Akureyri last night, was transported by medical flight to Reykjavík.
“This simplifies matters and makes it possible for companies to deliver their services.”
Although swimming pools in Iceland reopened yesterday, Nauthólsvík geothermal beach, Reykjavík, remains closed.
About a hundred firefighters fought a wildfire in Norðurárdalur valley, West Iceland, yesterday and overnight.
Samples collected from travelers arriving in Iceland once the country’s borders open in mid-June will be transported to Reykjavík and analyzed at the lab of the Department of Microbiology at Landspítali National University Hospital.
After being closed since March 24, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, swimming pools in many parts of Iceland reopened at midnight to the delight of the nation.
Fosshotel Lind in Reykjavík, which in early March was converted into a quarantine for tourists and others unable to be in quarantine at home during the COVID-19 pandemic, has been closed.
Preparations are underway for the production of a film about the 1920 Canadian Olympic hockey team, the Winnipeg Falcons from Manitoba.
Icelandic mountaineer Vilborg Arna Gissurardóttir has climbed many a mountain, been to the South Pole and reached every continent’s highest peak.
There is great interest among travelers in visiting Iceland.