Composer Atli Örvarsson

One of Iceland's biggest composers conducts his music tonight

Atli Örvarsson is one of Iceland’s most successful composers. Last year he decided to move from Los Angeles, back to his old hometown Akureyri, North Iceland, where he will conduct a concert tonight.

The area will be called Vindaborg, Wind City.

Permit for wind farm in South Iceland depends on migrating birds

National Planning Agency has agreed Biocraft’s next step in building a wind farm in Þykkvabær, South Iceland. It is dependent on evaluations, specifically with regard to nature and migrating birds.

Baltasar Kormákur

New TV shows about Iceland‘s most famous missing person case

Iceland’s biggest director Baltasar Kormákur, known for Everest and Trapped, will be directing a TV series about Iceland’s most famous missing person case.

International Day of the Icelandic Horse on May 1st

To celebrate the Icelandic Horse, a varied programme will be held around Iceland between April 29th to May 1st.

Organic ice cream with only the best of ingredients at Skúbb.

Former Omnom chocolate owner opens ice cream parlour

A new ice cream parlour will be opening soon in Laugarás 1 near the Laugardalur swimming pool in Reykjavik. The owner is Karl Viggó Vigfússon, one of the founders of the hugely popular Omnom chocolate

Guðmundur P,  Líndal and Jósep B -. Þórhallsson, the creators of Lava Cheese.

Mouthwatering Icelandic cheese snack hits the market

A new snack, Lava Cheese is becoming extremely popular in Iceland. It's a concept created by two friends who loved the taste of melted, hardened cheese.

Cream was born last Wednesday.

Cream son of Jam newest member of Reykjavik Park and Zoo

The newest member of the Reykjavik Park and Zoo was born recently. It’s a snow white calf. He has been given the name Rjómi (Cream), his mother’s name is Sulta (Jam).

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