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It has been mathematically proven that car drivers would have little to worry about if Laugavegur were closed year-round. Kjarninn
An agreement has been reached between all capital area municipalities to create a light rail system for the greater Reykjavík
Fin whaling boats have launched to begin to hunt, at a time when a massive petition seeks to halt the
Hidden video recordings, copies of IDs and rumour-mongering are all being shared in a closed Facebook group for Icelandic cabbies.
The girl who made international headlines last year still faces struggles against Icelandic bureaucracy over the issue of her name.
The name “Leif” has taken a sharp rise in popularity amongst expecting parents last year – just not in Iceland.
Reykjavík District Court handed out prison sentences yesterday to several former Kaupthing bankers for engaging in market manipulation. Kjarninn reports
Harriet Cardew Denied Passport Due To Name
Are You Ready For Some Summer?
Iceland Most Peaceful Country Yet Again
Mysterious Weather-Changing Machine Used For Secret Solstice
Bam Margera Presses Charges, Changes Mind, Leaves Country
Bam Margera Gets Punched In The Face By Icelandic Rapper – VIDEO
Law On Nurses Strike Passes, Resignations Follow En Masse
This week, the weekend especially, promises to be unusually hot for parts of Iceland that normally do not reach such
The winning team of the WOW Cyclothon has crossed the finish line, as over 19 million ISK was raised for
There was no legal authorisation made to ship 250 submachine guns back to Norway by an Icelandair passenger plane, the
A rapidly growing petition is calling upon St. Kitts to revoke its flag from Winter Bay, a ship carrying 1,700
Prime Minister Sigmundur Davíð Gunnlaugsson warned the nation that the Pirate Party becoming “influential” would be “cause for concern for
A steering committee has found Hvassahraun to be the most cost-effective site for the domestic airport serving the greater-Reykjavík area,
Iceland is once again the most peaceful country in the world, according to the results of the latest Global Peace
The owner of the weed-filled “dildo” found by customs last month got in touch with the Grapevine to give us the full
Issue 08 2015
Those guns the Icelandic police wanted were, at last, put on a plane back to Norway, which left early this
A deal has been reached between the government and the nurse’s union, although still pending the approval of union members.
The Asylum Appeals Board has reversed the Directorate of Immigration’s order to deport Iraqi asylum seeker Adam Ibrahim Pasha. According
I spent this weekend checking out Reykjavík’s Secret Solstice music festival. Headlined by rap crew Wu-Tang Clan (sans Method Man,
British scientists came to Iceland with a machine that reportedly keeps the weather temporarily sunny and dry, and it was
Iceland’s police force are once again asking to get tasers, as they have done for at least the past five
The WOW Cyclothon bicycle race circling Iceland has kicked off again, and this year is raising funds for an addition
200 birch trees will be planted this Saturday to honour Vigdís Finnbogadóttir, the world’s first woman president. This June 29
Finance Minister Bjarni Benediktsson said that the mass resignation of nurses that is still ongoing is “intended to influence collective
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