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Icelandic pig and poultry farmers are expressing their anxiety over the upcoming strike involving veterinarians. Members of 16 unions are striking
About 56,000 additional workers may strike next month, as management continues to resist worker demands for better pay and better
LGBT rights group Samtökin ’78 has filed charges of hate speech against 10 individuals, for comments they made about gay
Former Minister of the Interior Hanna Birna Kristjánsdóttir has returned to parliament, after being away since last November, when she
The current weather gives little indication that we celebrated the first day of summer last week, with strong winds across
Visitors to Iceland from Basque country can rest easy knowing a medieval pronouncement to kill all Basque in the Westfjords
An Icelander has once again made it into Interpol’s wanted fugitives list, and this time not for economic crimes. RÚV
Basque Now Free To Visit Westfjords Without Being Murdered
Artist Dumps Red Dye In Geyser
Is The Fear of Showering Naked Preventing Tourists From Enjoying The Best Iceland Has To Offer?
Every Icelandic Hotdog Condiment Combination, Rated — Part 1
Danes Continue To Exploit Iceland, Now Selling Skyr In The UK
The Freak Is Alive
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The artist who made headlines dyeing the geyser Strokkur pink will not pay the fine he was issued, and has
The wife of a Progressive MP stands to make millions from a bill her husband is partially responsible for crafting.
Tourists greeted with the sight of Strokkur erupting in a bright pink colour have apparently seen the latest work by
Unemployment in Iceland for the month of March is now at 4%, down by over 2% from this time last
International hip hop superstar and emissary of cool, Calvin Cordozar Broadus Jr., aka. Snoop Dogg, is returning to Iceland to
Director Dagur Kári’s latest film, Virgin Mountain dominated New York’s Tribeca Film Festival last night, taking the prize for the festival’s world
That time of year is upon us again: when Icelandic birch trees will be tapped for the delicious and purportedly
Some of Iceland’s MPs want to extend the country’s loan of a ship to the rescue effort in the Mediterranean.
Issue 04 2015
Today marks “the First Day of Summer” in Iceland, and the cold temperatures today promise warmer temperatures during Actual Summer.
In response to repeated statements of intolerance from radio station Útvarp Saga, the Young Social Democrats have proposed a day
The Interior Ministry paid a private law firm 860,000 ISK to assess the feasibility of suing journalists writing about the
Iceland’s police force is making another attempt to acquire machine guns, despite widespread public opposition the last time they tried.
Some 10,000 workers will go on strike for an increase in the minimum wage, as nearly 95% of them approved
The long-contested and controversial “Nature Pass” has died in parliament, of natural causes. Vísir reports that the bill will not
The fifth annual 4/20 cannabis celebration-slash legalization demonstration commenced in front of Alþingi at Austurvöllur square today at, um, 16:20.
The seaside town will soon be festooned with classic jokes, in Icelandic and English, that poke fun at people from
Despite research showing a connection between sulphur dioxide (SO2) emissions from geothermal plants and shortened lifespans of those who live
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