17 SepThe Reykjavik Metropolitan Police received notification last night about a group of tourists who had become stuck in Grótta in Seltjarnarnes, West Reykjavik. Grótta can be accessed by foot at low tide but at high tide it's only accessible by boat.
16 Sep A majestic iceberg is now visible not far from the coast of Siglufjörður in North Iceland. The Iceland Met Office received a phonecall from a fishing trawler this morning who spotted the iceberg. Numerous icebergs have been spotted this summer, all of them having drifted here from Greenland.
14 Sep An earthquake originating in the Bláfjöll mountains occurred last night at 20:17 and measured 4.2. It was felt in Reykjavik, Hafnarfjörður and Kópavogur and was followed by several smaller aftershocks.
13 SepThe island of Vigur in Ísafjarðardjúp in the West Fjords is now for sale. MP for the Progressive Party Halla Signý Kristjánsdóttir says that the state should purchase the island as too much land has recently been sold to foreign investors, which is a worrying development.
12 Sep WOW air who reported losses this summer are hoping to secure capital for the company. Morgunblaðið sources report that the company is hoping to secure at least 50 thousand USD in consultation with financial firms by issuing bonds.
7 Sep The board of the Icelandic chef's association have decided to terminate their contract with salmon farming company Arnarlax. Last night all the chef's in the association resigned due to to the contract.
30 AugThe Icelandic Met Office has issued a yellow weather alert for South Iceland, Faxaflói, Southwest Iceland, Breiðafjörður, West Northwest Iceland and the Central Highlands for today and into tomorrow morning.