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Gréta Sigríður Einarsdóttir

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In Harm’s Way

Gunni Marís On Thursday, November 25, 2021, I left a COVID testing clinic near the Kringlan shopping centre in Reykjavík. Stepping into my car, the phone rang and an unknown number appeared on the screen. I listened as the voice of an old acquaintance, meek but quietly upbeat, worked its way through the speaker. We […]

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Björk

“This is my mushroom album.”  What do you when you’re forced to spend time at home for three years? When your social circle shrinks to ten

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Nature

M4.9 Earthquake in Bárðarbunga

An M4.4 earthquake occurred in the northern part of Bárðarbunga shortly after noon yesterday. Less than half an hour later, an earthquake measuring M4.9 was

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Tourist Dies in Brúará River

A man died after falling into the Brúará river in South Iceland yesterday afternoon. The man was carried downstream while saving his son, who had

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To the Vote

OUT OF THE EXACTLY60 RESIDENTS OF SKORRADALUR, 47 ARE ELIGIBLE TO VOTE. In 1910, there were 203 municipal councils in Iceland. Now there are fewer than half that number. During the 20th century, following centuries of economic stagnation, Iceland finally industrialised. It was later than other countries in Europe, but it happened in half the time. As […]

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