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Iceland Review Sep 19
The percentage of Icelanders that are registered in the Church of Iceland has gone below 60% for the first time - steadily decreasing since around 90% were registered close to the millennium.
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Iceland Review Sep 19
Dust pollution rates due to fireworks on last New Year's Eve were the highest ever measured in the capital area - and were possibly the highest ever measured in Europe
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Iceland Review Sep 18
The changes will allow the current government, spearheaded by PM Katrín Jakobsdóttir, to put a focus on the matters of equality, social affairs, and healthcare.
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Iceland Review Sep 17
Immigrants account for nearly 12% of Iceland’s population. MPs are suggesting the establishment of one comprehensive institution where they can access all the information they need to settle into their new home.
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Iceland Review Sep 17
In addition to the gallery, the venue will also include a pub with a bar carved out of ice and a restaurant.
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Iceland Review Sep 17
Former ON Power CEO Bjarni Már Júlíusson was fired due to misogynistic conduct last week. Áslaug says she had been speaking up about his behaviour for at least 18 months – and was fired for it.
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Iceland Review Sep 17
Former ON Power CEO Bjarni Már Júlíusson had reportedly sent inappropriate emails to female subordinates, along with other forms of misogynistic conduct.
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Iceland Review Sep 17
The infamous and highly contested case has long been attended by accusations of mismanagement, rampant abuse, and fabricated confessions.
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Iceland Review Sep 17
Grant funding for publishers is part of the Ministry of Culture’s action plan to promote the Icelandic language.
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Iceland Review Sep 14
Roger Devey from England asks Iceland Review whether a wet summer has affected hay production in Iceland.
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Iceland Review Sep 14
The beloved Reykjavík institution was moved across the street in front of the Radisson Blu hotel last summer due to construction.
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Iceland Review Sep 14
During a tour of the arboretum in the Hallormsstaður, the President of Iceland got to see a partially completed bust: of himself.
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Iceland Review Sep 13
The Icelandic national broadcast service has officially announced that it will take part in the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest, which will take place in Tel Aviv.
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Iceland Review Sep 13
24% of Icelandic males between 25 to 34 years old have not completed secondary education.
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Iceland Review Sep 13
In February of this year, the state prosecutor requested a full acquittal of the six individuals sentenced in the infamous case.
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Iceland Review Sep 12
Uncertainty in the tourism industry appears to be the main cause of the króna’s devaluation, but experts say it is not likely to last long.
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Iceland Review Sep 10
Directors of a trade union federation say rapid growth in tourism and construction has led to increased trafficking and abuse of workers’ rights.
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Iceland Review Sep 10
Around half of the young women and a third of the young men who participated in the surveys reported that someone close to them had told them about having attempted suicide.
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Iceland Review Sep 10
The four French tourists were fined a combined ISK 400,000 ($3,575/€3,092).
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Iceland Review Sep 10
Individuals living in social housing in Hafnarfjörður are now allowed to own dogs and cats.
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