Sheep Visit a Health Centre

A sheep, along with her two lambs, walked into the health centre in Eskifjörður.

Puffins and Seals Critically Endangered

Both puffins and common seals are in risk of extinction in Iceland, a report from the Icelandic Institute of Natural History states.

Sheep Visit a Health Centre Iceland Review

A sheep, along with her two lambs, walked into the health centre in Eskifjörður.

Puffins and Seals Critically Endangered Iceland Review

Both puffins and common seals are in risk of extinction in Iceland, a report from the Icelandic Institute of Natural History states.

Icelanders’ Remains Found in Nepal After 30 Years Iceland Review

The bodies of two Icelandic mountaineers who died on an expedition in Nepal in 1988 have been discovered.

Grábrók Crater Receives Two Hundred Visitors a Day Iceland Review

Grábrók crater, a popular natural monument on the Snæfellsnes peninsula, received 75,185 visitors from November 6, 2017 to November 6th of this year.

Beer Spa Receives Innovation Award Iceland Review

Bjóböðin opened earlier this summer and has already become an important part of the tourism infrastructure in North Iceland, as it has drawn numerous visitors intrigued by its innovative concept to the area.

Stranded Cargo Ship Moved to Keflavík Harbour Iceland Review

The cargo ship, which was transporting cement, ran aground last Saturday at Helguvík harbour near Keflavík.

No Free School Lunch, Say Critics Iceland Review

Members of the Independence Party in the Fjarðarbyggð municipality in East Iceland have been critical of a recent initiative to provide free hot lunches for all schoolchildren.

Increasing Number of Minors Taking Paid Employment Iceland Review

As of 2018, 68% of 17-year-olds are earning wages.

Increasing Number of Minors Taking Paid Employment Iceland Review

As of 2018, 68% of 17-year-olds are earning wages.

Herring Infection Worsens Iceland Review

A considerable number of the herring catch that’s been landed in recent days has been found to be infected. As such, almost all of it will be incinerated.

Private Bathing and Changing Facilities Coming Soon to Reykjavík Pools Iceland Review

“The private rooms are naturally intended for people with disabilities, for those who need assistance, and also for those who want to be private and maybe come from cultures in which they don’t want to be naked amongst other people.”

Former Kaupþing Bank CEO Convicted of Insider Fraud Iceland Review

This is now Hreiðar Már’s third conviction related to financial crimes during his tenure at Kaupþing, for which he has, thus far, earned a cumulative sentence of seven years in prison.

Video Shows Tourists Swept Off Their Feet at Reynisfjara Beach Iceland Review

An Instagram video shows dozens of tourists getting swept off their feet by a wave on the shore, while others—including the photographer herself—rush to get out of the reach of the surf.

Twentieth Annual Iceland Airwaves Kicks Off Iceland Review

This year’s festival will host 240 bands, the most musical acts to have ever taken part in Airwaves.

Iceland Has Highest Per-Capita CO2 Emissions in EU and EFTA Iceland Review

From 2008 – 2014, Iceland was ranked third or fourth in per-capita CO2 emissions, but they have increased since then due to “increased activity in air and marine transport,” as well as metal production.

Easterners 'Celebrate the Darkness' with a Horror Movie Theater in a Sheepshed Iceland Review

During the annual Dagar myrkurs, or Days of Darkness festival, the Teigarhorn nature reserve, famous for its zeolite crystals, is also host to an entirely different kind of attraction: a horror-movie theater in a sheep shed.

Brothers Ride to Raise Cyclist Safety Awareness Iceland Review

Two brothers retraced the last ride taken by their eighty-year-old father, who died in a cycling accident last year, to raise cyclist safety awareness.

Fuel Spill No Longer Likely for Stranded Cargo Ship Iceland Review

Contrary to the previous belief that the ship was leaking gasoline, closer examination of the hull yesterday revealed that it is, in fact, unlikely that any of the gasoline drums on board were compromised.

PM's Next Car Will Be Electric Iceland Review

The Icelandic government will be upgrading its fleet of ministerial vehicles to electric cars.