Global Warming Might Cause Increased Volcanic Activity in Iceland

When glaciers covered larger parts of Iceland, there was less volcanic activity in the country, a new study has found.

Schools Closed Due To Snowstorm

Rescue services were busy around the country last night, due to extreme weather, particularly in the northern parts.

Global Warming Might Cause Increased Volcanic Activity in Iceland Iceland Review

When glaciers covered larger parts of Iceland, there was less volcanic activity in the country, a new study has found.

Schools Closed Due To Snowstorm Iceland Review

Rescue services were busy around the country last night, due to extreme weather, particularly in the northern parts.

Schools Closed Due To Snowstorm Iceland Review

Rescue services were busy around the country last night, due to extreme weather, particularly in the northern parts.

Propose to Protect Historic Fishermen's Huts Iceland Review

The board of Associated Icelandic Ports (Faxaflóahafnir) would like to protect the ‘fishermen’s huts’ in Reykjavík’s old harbour.

Task Force to Examine Correcting the Clock Iceland Review

Minister of Health Óttarr Proppé has appointed a task force to examine the possible public health benefits of correcting the clock in Iceland.

Eight-Car Crash in North-West Iceland Iceland Review

At least eight cars crashed into each another at Holtavörðuheiði, North-West Iceland earlier today.

One Fourth Have Experienced Sexual Harassment at Work Iceland Review

One quarter of Icelanders have experienced sexual harassment in the workplace at some point.

Bus Collides With Snow Plow Iceland Review

Two to three passengers sustained minor injuries when their bus collided with a snow plowing vehicle in Northeast Iceland yesterday afternoon.

Icelandic Entrepreneurs Invited to India Iceland Review

Two Icelandic entrepreneurs have been invited to participate in the prestigious Global Entrepreneurship Summit (GES) held in Hyderabad, India next week.

Breaking: Former Prime Minister Loses Case Iceland Review

The European Court of Human Rights announced their ruling in the case of former Prime Minister Geir H. Haarde versus the State of Iceland this morning.

Breaking: Former Prime Minister Loses Case Iceland Review

The European Court of Human Rights announced their ruling in the case of former Prime Minister Geir H. Haarde versus the State of Iceland this morning.

Sewage Treatment Lacking in Iceland Iceland Review

Raising Iceland’s sewage treatment up to international standards would require an investment of ISK 50-80 billion (USD 475-760 million/EUR 405-648 million).

Extreme Weather Continues Across Iceland Iceland Review

The Icelandic Met Office forecasts strong gales around the country over the next few days

Icelandic Women in Politics Share Experiences of Sexism Iceland Review

Around 500 Icelandic women in politics have joined a private Facebook group created last Friday to share experiences of gender-based discrimination in their work environment.

1984, Iceland’s largest hosting provider’s disastrous crash left 10.000 websites down for days IceNews – Daily News

On November 15th, Iceland’s largest hosting provider, a company called 1984, experienced a very serious crash. Although the company has finally managed to restore around 80% of the data that was lost, some sites and e-mail services are still down. Political parties, large travel companies, popular bloggers and local government were among the affected. Reports […]

Icelander Wins Coach of the Year in Sweden Iceland Review

Icelander Elísabet Gunnarsdóttir has been named coach of the year in Sweden’s top women’s football league.

Truck Drivers Stuck in Snowstorm Overnight Iceland Review

The Ring Road has been reopened to traffic at Holtavörðuheiði, Northwest Iceland, following a heavy snowstorm which trapped seven trucks and their drivers overnight.