The Akureyri Work School, which provides summer work for young people in the North Iceland town doing a variety of public improvement projects, has had
Austurvöllur square, in front of Iceland’s Parliament building, filled with over 3,000 people yesterday afternoon for a solidarity meeting organised by African Americans living in
A gathering will be held in Reykjavík’s Austurvöllur square at 4.30pm tomorrow in solidarity with African Americans in the United States. The gathering will feature
A harm-reduction initiative run by the Icelandic Red Cross has now expanded its services beyond the capital area – to the Suðurnes peninsula, Southwest Iceland.
Regulations limiting the number of people in swimming pools were relaxed yesterday, June 1, permitting Icelandic pools to operate at 75% capacity, up from the
Iceland’s Health Minister Svandís Svavarsdóttir says authorities will be able to announce next week whether Iceland will in fact reopen its borders next month as
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