Icelandic officials, activists and others have said goodbye to what once was a glacier, with poetry, moments of silence and political speeches about the urgent need to fight climate change.
Parents all over Iceland’s capital embark on a two-hour evening walk around their neighbourhood every weekend, checking on youth hangouts as a 10pm curfew approaches.
Iceland boss Richard Walker has admitted the group still has a “mountain to climb” on its plastic-free pledge after it was forced back to the drawing board on two key trials.
Iceland. It’s a country which, to many, will represent icy plains and sub-zero temperatures; snow-drenched mountains and the northern lights. But in summer time, it springs into life with wild rivers and vast forests making the freezing winter feel like a distant memory.
A supermarket chain has issued a recall notice for packs of crispy chicken dippers.
The Duchess of Cambridge is supporting a new campaign aimed at encouraging children to become the next generation of environmental guardians.
A supermarket chain could find out tomorrow if it can sell alcohol for longer at two of its north-east branches.
Iceland has reported a slump in full-year earnings after it was weighed down by a “disappointing” performance in the first half of the year.
Sepsis warnings are to be included on milk bottles at supermarket Iceland in a bid to raise awareness of the life-threatening condition.
The Australian entry in this year’s Eurovision Song Contest has said she finds the prospect of winning “obviously tempting, but also distracting”.
Iceland’s Hatari and Australia’s Kate Miller-Heidke have qualified for the Eurovision Song Contest’s grand final following a high-energy semi-final in Tel Aviv.
Iceland’s Eurovision Song Contest entry made a shocking semi-final debut as they performed in leather and latex against a backdrop of pyrotechnics.
Sonar from navy ships can affect the behaviour of beaked whales from a longer distance than first thought, research has suggested.
Scotland's women recorded a 4-1 win over Iceland at the Algarve Cup - with Mintlaw star Kim Little scoring one of the goals.
Cruise passengers will soon be able to travel direct from Aberdeen on six new routes including Russia.
A world-famous tapestry is going on show in a north-east town.
Major recall over fears frozen veg on sale at Sainsbury’s, Lidl, Aldi and Tesco could be contaminated with deadly Listeria
A major recall of 43 frozen vegetable products - including some on sale at Tesco, Aldi, Lidl and Sainsbury's - has been issued over fears it may contain a deadly bacteria.
Kari Arnason insists Iceland don’t fear Lionel Messi and are capable of shocking Argentina.
A Gripping show based on a true story will move Aberdeen audiences.
Icelandic cap Kari Arnason today confirmed he wants to sign an extended contract with Aberdeen.
Pittodrie's Iceman Kari Arnason is confident the Dons can keep the heat on Celtic’s “Invincibles” in the Premiership.
Icelandic cap Kari Arnason has jetted to the Persian Gulf on international duty for 10 days and hopes boss Derek McInnes is still at Pittodrie when he returns.
Dons boss Derek McInnes today insisted Kari Arnason can use Aberdeen to ensure he goes to the World Cup on a high.
Dons boss Derek McInnes expressed his pleasure at seeing Kari Arnason qualify for the 2018 World Cup with Iceland.
Iceland flourish while Scotland stagnate and Dons legend Bett can’t see situation improving in time to boost Euro 2020 bid
Iceland, population 334,252, are going to the World Cup next summer ... Scotland, population 5,404,700 – are not.
Aberdeen defender Kari Arnason could return to Pittodrie this week having secured World Cup qualification with Iceland.
Scottish football is being held back by a lack of suitable facilities to help players improve compared with other European countries, according to former Peterhead player Leighton McIntosh.
Kari Arnason is aiming to have a run in Europe and win trophies after re-joining the Dons.
Aberdeen have re-signed Icelandic midfielder Kari Arnason. The 34-year-old has signed a one year deal with the Pittodrie side after being released by Cypriot side AC Omonia Nicosia. Kari was originally with Aberdeen during the 2011-2012 season when he became a hugely popular figure among the Red Army. More to follow.
Kari Arnason today revealed he wants to return to Aberdeen.