The foreign citizen reported missing yesterday was found outside the fence of Keflavík...
Female salespersons at the new television station iSTV walked out when the chairman of the board,...
Between 70 and 80 search and rescue volunteers are searching for a man who was reported missing...
The first data received from new seismographs put up on Bárðarbunga volcano, which lies under...
The foreign citizen reported missing yesterday was found outside the fence of Keflavík International Airport at noon today. Paramedics were called out to estimate the man’s condition. Overall, 111 search and rescue members took part in the search.
Female salespersons at the new television station iSTV walked out when the chairman of the board, Þorsteinn Steingrímsson, asked them to wear low-cut shirts, push-up bras, mini skirts and high heels when meeting with possible advertisers.
Between 70 and 80 search and rescue volunteers are searching for a man who was reported missing yesterday afternoon. The man, who is a foreign citizen on a visit to his relatives in the country, is believed to be lost on Reykjanes peninsula, Southwest Iceland.
The first data received from new seismographs put up on Bárðarbunga volcano, which lies under Vatnajökull glacier, last week, shows that the magma is much closer to the surface than previously thought.
Godspeed You! Black Emperor and Run The Jewels are among the bands set to perform at All Tomorrow’s Parties (ATP) in Iceland in 2015, as announced this week. Already in July, it was made known that Belle & Sebastian would headline next year’s festival.
Queue 'Front Page EN'
Q: Why aren’t there seashells on Iceland’s beaches?
Q: Has the investigation into the Mýflug plane crash in Akureyri been completed?
The Flaming Lips close Iceland Airwaves 2014 in a style that can only be described as ecstatic, confetti-crazed and completely over the top. The War on Drugs as a warm-up is not bad either, even without the gimmicks.
It is always the ones you expect the least from who surprise you the most. The sore feet and neck pains were worthwhile, as the future of rock ‘n’ roll presents itself.
Future Islands nearly take the crown, Retro Stefson pull it back again.
Lily The Kid, Young Karin and Snorri Helgason steal my heart.
Rökkurró fly high on day two. The rest of us get stuck in the crowds.
Ásgeir and Soléy show off the best of Icelandic talent.
Samaris & Nive Nielsen close one festival on the eve of another.