Reykjavík landmark Harpa Concert Hall and Conference Centre lost ISK 664 million last year.
Mischievous sheep have caused trouble for residents of Fjarðabyggð municipality, East Iceland, this summer.
The City of Reykjavík has reached an agreement to buy the oldest house in downtown Reykjavík for over ISK 260 million (USD 2.5 million/EUR 2 million).
A bill will be introduced in Alþingi, the Icelandic parliament, this week proposing Icelandic citizenship be granted to two girls and their families who have been denied asylum in Iceland.
Nearly 3,000 Icelanders are expected to attend Iceland’s World Cup qualifying match against Finland next Saturday.
Minister of Education, Science and Culture Kristján Þór Júlíusson has appointed a committee to analyze the current state of book publishing in Iceland.
Costco representatives visited Iceland a few weeks ago to familiarize themselves with the Icelandic phenomenon known as “the Christmas book flood” (jólabókaflóðið).
Tourists visiting Iceland will soon be able to plant trees to lessen the carbon footprint of their trip.