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Iceland Review Jan 31
The bill plans that individuals should use no more than 90 plastic bags on average per year from the beginning of 2020, and no more than 40 from the beginning of 2026.
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Iceland Review Jan 30
The National Security Council of Iceland will discuss election manipulation via social media at their next meeting.
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Iceland Review Jan 30
If freezing temperatures continue, as the weather forecast calls for, Veitur Utilities says it may be necessary to cut hot water supply to major consumers such as swimming pools.
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Iceland Review Jan 29
Projections for 2019 show a decrease of nearly one million passengers at Keflavík Airport, from 9,804,315 to 8,951,982.
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Iceland Review Jan 29
Parliament is one step closer to implementing tolls on major routes around Reykjavík.
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Iceland Review Jan 28
The priest has been on paid leave since August 2017.
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Iceland Review Jan 28
The current reference price for petrol is ISK 215.5 ($1.80/€1.58) per litre: the lowest it’s been since it hit a three-year high in October 2018.
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Iceland Review Jan 28
The Víkurgarður site, which stands atop an ancient cemetery, has been the cause of heated debate between conservationists and developers.
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Iceland Review Jan 28
The layoffs were in response to operational difficulties with WOW air.
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Iceland Review Jan 28
“It should be equivalent to seek medical treatment whether it’s for mental illness or physical. That’s why we want to incorporate psychological services into the public healthcare system.”
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Iceland Review Jan 24
Whale watching companies say they were not consulted in the making of a controversial report on the economic impact of whaling, despite the report stating otherwise.
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Iceland Review Jan 24
Þjórsárdalur valley, home to some 300 archaeological sites dating back to the Middle Ages, may soon become a protected area.
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Iceland Review Jan 24
Two have been charged in connection with the fire, which killed one man and one woman last October.
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Iceland Review Jan 24
“I have to admit that it has put me somewhat off balance to see the Klaustur men sit here in this chamber as if nothing had happened,” stated Pirate Party MP Halldóra Mogensen.
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Iceland Review Jan 23
The local council of Reykhólahreppur has approved the much-debated Teigsskógur route which has been stuck in the pipes for years.
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Iceland Review Jan 23
The pen which the tear was discovered in holds 173,000 salmon with an average weight of 1.3 kilograms.
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Iceland Review Jan 22
Víkingur’s album featuring Bach compositions has enjoyed high praise since its release last year.
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Iceland Review Jan 22
“Employees have expressed the opinion that women shouldn’t be required to discuss issues with male superiors with paintings of naked women in front of them.”
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Iceland Review Jan 22
Baby name trends in Iceland showed a marked change between 2017 and 2018.
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Iceland Review Jan 21
“The threat of human exploitation that we are beset by is real and this threat crystallises in the struggle of conservationist organisations for the protection of whales.”
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