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  1. Half of Iceland's 30 Highest Earners Live in ReykjavikRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Iceland Review

    Of the 30 individuals to have paid the highest tax in Iceland this year, 15 are registered as living in Reykjavik while nine live in neighboring towns: four in Kopavogur, three in Gar abaer and two in Hafnarfjor ur, reports.


  2. Stjarnan 3 Motherwell 2: McCall's men stunned by late winner in extra-timeRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Sunday Herald

    MOTHERWELL slipped to a shock defeat in Iceland last night to an extra-time goal from Stjarnan and became the only Scottish side to exit Europe in the process.


  3. Stjarnan 3-2 Motherwell: Well out of Europa LeagueRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago |

    MOTHERWELL were the only Scottish side to crash out of Europe last night after an embarrassing extra time loss in Iceland.


  4. Polar Bear Pelt Stolen from Reykjav k StoreRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Iceland Review

    A polar bear pelt worth ISK 1.2 million was stolen from the store The Viking on Laugavegur shopping street in downtown ReykjavA k last weekend.


  5. Gigantic Whale Gently Lifts A Kayak Out Of The Water With Its HeadRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Switched

    Two adventurers kayaking in the blue waters near Puerto Madryn, Argentina crossed paths with some gentle giants of the sea.


  6. Scott McDermott: Murrayfield kicking is a Laszlo blow for part-timers KR ReykjavikRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Daily Record

    Remember it? Back in 2004, he was manager of Ferencvaros when they played the Jambos in a UEFA Cup tie because Tynecastle wasn't up to it.


  7. Celtic 4 KR Reykjavik 0: Bhoys show rugby flops how to win at...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Daily Record

    Actually, it will have to if Celtic are to make the Champions League but if they can replicate the form they showed last night they have a fighting chance.


  8. Bookworks Presents Today's Shelf Awareness for ReadersRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 22 |

    In the dog days of summer, one of the best ways to escape the heat is by reading books set in colder climes.


  9. Delia backs Celtic firepower to see off IcemenRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 22 | Evening Times

    CELTIC have the firepower to blast into the next round of the Champions League qualifiers - even with main marksman Anthony Stokes out of action.


  10. Labour adviser yet to meet MilibandRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 22 | Newsday

    Bill Grimsey, who was appointed to Labour's High Street Advisory Group in January, has said he has yet to meet party leader Ed Miliband.


  11. Unusually Vibrant Birdlife in Reykjav kRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 22 | Iceland Review

    Birdlife in and around ReykjavA k has been unusually vibrant recently. The reason for this is the shoals of sand eels currently in SkerjafjA rA ur.


  12. Svalbard's Reindeer Thrive as Climate WarmsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 21 | Truthdig

    There will be winners as well as losers as climate change intensifies, and scientists say they have just found one species that is prospering already.


  13. Celtic - KR Reykjavik Betting Preview: Icelanders will prove a tough test once againRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 21 |

    The Bhoys arrive this week looking to finish off the job in the Champions League qualification second, with our tipster backing another frustrating evening Celtic and KR Reyjavik meet in the Champions League second-round qualifier second leg this week after a 1-0 win for Ronny Deila's men last week in Iceland.


  14. Chicago Speaks: Icelandic, as Spoken by Recruiter Lena HallgrimsdottirRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 16 | Gapers Block

    As a global city, Chicago is home to many languages besides English. Chicago Speaks profiles speakers of these languages, and shares some of their personal stories along the way.


  15. Nunavut deep sea port seen as important to ArcticRead the original story

    Sunday Jul 20 | Journal of Commerce

    ... port and, unlike much of Iqaluit, paved roads. Denmark invests heavily in Greenland. In Nunavik, Quebec's Arctic region, there's also been steady investment in marine infrastructure by the provincial and federal governments, easing the business of ...


  16. Keeper Dan Twardzik vows to hit the heights at Fir Park and prove...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 20 | The Daily Record

    Keeper Dan Twardzik vows to hit the heights at Fir Park and prove he's not too small to be Motherwell's No.1 CZECH goalie aims to hit the big time under Stuart McCall after being handed the chance to impress between the sticks by his new boss.


  17. If You've Already Skipped Tammy, Try GabrielleRead the original story

    Thursday Jul 10 | Women's eNews

    Given the box-office disappointment it looks like other moviegoers join my weariness in watching Melissa McCarthy stereotype herself as a brash, crass, misbehaving fat girl who's pursuing a predicable path of hefty woe that she herself initiates.


  18. No Comment from President over Completing TermRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 19 | Iceland Review

    President of Iceland A'lafur Ragnar GrA msson refuses to comment on whether or not he will complete his term or step down, as he had suggested he might during the election campaign in 2012 if the political situation in Iceland became stable.


  19. Iceland Outlook Revised To Positive On Strong Growth And Improving...Read the original story

    Friday Jul 18 | GlobeNewswire

    On July 18, 2014, Standard & Poor's Ratings Services revised its outlook on the Republic of Iceland to positive from stable.


  20. From butcher's boy to leading retailer, a campaigner has been awarded an honorary degree.Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 18 | Borehamwood and Elstree Times

    Bill Grimsey, who grew up in Radlett and apart from times when he was working abroad has lived there all his life, has been awarded an honorary degree from the University of West England.