Tag: Mosfellsbær

  • The strike action of the members of the BSRB has begun

    The strike action of the members of the BSRB has begun

    At midnight, strikes began by union members belonging to the BSRB federation, who work in kindergartens and primary schools outside Reykjavík. Staff stopped work in kindergartens in Kópavogur, Garðabær and Mosfellsbær and in primary schools in Kópavogur, Seltjarnarness and Mosfellsbær. In Mosfellsbær, BSRB employees who work in day care centers are also on strike. The […]

  • Mosfellsbær will receive eighty refugees

    Mosfellsbær will receive eighty refugees

    Guðmundur Ingi Guðbrandsson, Minister of Social Affairs and Labor Market, and Regína Ásvaldsdóttir, Mayor of Mosfellsbær, signed an agreement this morning on the reception of refugees in Mosfellsbær. The agreement stipulates that Mosfellsbær, in cooperation with the government, will take in up to 80 refugees. This was announced on the website of the Ministry of […]

  • Another person died in the pool

    Another person died in the pool

    A 90-year-old woman died at a swimming pool in Kópavogur on Friday. Two people died in swimming pools in the capital area in a short period of time. Yesterday, a woman was pronounced dead after being found unconscious in Lágafellslaug in Mosfellsbær. The RÚV news website reported that she was almost fifty years old. The […]

  • He hit a seven-year-old girl and fled the scene

    He hit a seven-year-old girl and fled the scene

    A seven-year-old girl riding a bicycle was hit by a car in Reykjavík yesterday evening. The driver ran away from the scene. The girl was taken by an ambulance to the emergency department. He probably has a broken arm. The driver was found, he is 85 years old, in good health but does not have […]

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