Tesco has successfully argued to have an Iceland ad banned over “misleading” price comparisons after winning similar rulings against Aldi and Lidl.
US Vice President Mike Pence’s arrival in Iceland with military jets and armed personnel raised eyebrows in a nation consistently ranked as the world’s most peaceful.
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.
The Duchess of Cambridge is supporting a new campaign aimed at encouraging children to become the next generation of environmental guardians.
A man who suffers from Parkinson’s has defied his condition by cycling around the entire land border of Iceland in an endurance challenge.
Two men have been charged with stealing meat from Iceland. William Murray, of the Lily Walker Centre, and Stirling Street resident Alexander Leaburn allegedly stole meat from the Wellgate store on November 8. Murray, 47, had a trial fixed for September 17 while Leaburn, 49, had his case continued without plea until July 5.
The Iceland supermarket is offering salaries of up to £32k for store managers in Dundee and Fife.
The Iceland supermarket is recruiting delivery drivers in Tayside.
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.
Domino’s shares have fallen after the pizza firm said costs in its Norwegian business had taken a slice out of profits.
Domino’s has been boosted by its UK sales, but warned over a high cost base in its Norwegian business.
A man has denied grooming young girls and having unlawful sex with them in Dundee.
Major recall over fears frozen veg 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 they may contain a deadly bacteria.
Yet again Scotland won’t be there but all eyes are now firmly fixed on the World Cup in Russia.
Two Dundee teens were attacked in the street with one of the youngsters said to have been hit over the head with a “hammer or metal pole”.