Iceland Could Do More to Eliminate Trafficking, Report Says

The US Department of State’s yearly trafficking report states Iceland could be doing more to combat the practice.

Iceland Could Do More to Eliminate Trafficking, Report Says

The US Department of State’s yearly trafficking report states Iceland could be doing more to combat the practice.

Iceland Could Do More to Eliminate Trafficking, Report Says Iceland Review

The US Department of State’s yearly trafficking report states Iceland could be doing more to combat the practice.

Iceland Could Do More to Eliminate Trafficking, Report Says Iceland Review

The US Department of State’s yearly trafficking report states Iceland could be doing more to combat the practice.

Government Reconsiders Land Ownership Laws Iceland Review

Nearly one third of all land in Iceland is owned by businesses, not individuals.

Government Reconsiders Land Ownership Laws Iceland Review

Nearly one third of all land in Iceland is owned by businesses, not individuals.

Whale Hunted in Iceland May Be Rare Hybrid Iceland Review

Hvalur hf. whaling company has caught a whale which may be a rare hybrid.

Whale Hunted in Iceland May Be Rare Hybrid Iceland Review

Hvalur hf. whaling company has caught a whale which may be a rare hybrid.

Whale Hunted in Iceland May Be Rare Hybrid Iceland Review

Hvalur hf. whaling company has caught a whale which may be a rare hybrid.

Polar bear search discontinued IceNews – Daily News

The search for the polar bear, which was reportedly spotted Monday, has been officially discontinued. No polar bear was found. Police were notified of a polar bear Monday night in the northeastern area of Melrakkaslétta and searched for the animal until Tuesday afternoon. The search was called off after The National Coastguard helicopter had flown […]

Ten Facts About Tourism in Iceland Iceland Review

With tourism at an all-time high in Iceland—more than two million visitors came last year—here are ten interesting facts about tourism in the country.

Close Cave Due to Tourist Behaviour Iceland Review

Landowners in North Iceland have closed the popular Grjótagjá cave and hot spring.

Prime Minister to Discuss Disarmament at NATO Summit Iceland Review

Prime Minister Katrín Jakobsdóttir said she will discuss disarmament at her first ever NATO Summit today.

Temperatures on the Rise in East Iceland Iceland Review

Temperatures may reach as high as 20°C [68° F] in East Iceland today, although later in the week Hurricane Chris may have an effect on weather patterns here.

More Women Than Men on City Council Committees Iceland Review

Women now make up the majority in city council, which may make it more difficult to achieve an exact gender balance on all of the standing committees.

Sirkus Íslands Launches Its Summer Season Iceland Review

The circus will give two weekends of performances in Reykjavík before moving on to Akureyri.

Americans Make Up 40% of All June Visitors Iceland Review

Americans made up two of every five travelers.

Aron Einar Renews Contract with Cardiff City Iceland Review

Aron Einar is Cardiff City’s longest-serving player.

Possible Polar Bear Sighting in Northeast Iceland Iceland Review

The Icelandic Coast Guard sent a helicopter to surveil the area on Monday night.

Polar bear spotted in Northeast Iceland IceNews – Daily News

Police were notified about seven o’clock tonight of a polar bear spotted in Melrakkaslétta in the northeast of the country earlier today. The people who spotted it were reportedly out fishing when they saw the bear. In a statement posted on Facebook, police say the sighting is yet to be confirmed but inhabitants in the […]

Situation Worsens at Hospital Following Midwife Resignations Iceland Review

The first 19 midwife resignations took effect on July 1, and will be followed by more on August 1.