In the evening news, we compare the dividends of the largest fishing companies on the one hand and the fishing fees imposed on them on the other. But yesterday the Directorate of Fisheries published an overview of the payments of fishing fees last year and they decrease by 1.8 billion between years.
We also went to the sturgeons in Laugardalshöll where people began to be vaccinated against the coronary virus. About four hundred front-line workers were vaccinated today.
Weather hampered the continued search for John Snorra and his companions at K-two in Pakistan today. Further mountaineering to the summit has been banned for the rest of the winter.
Then we meet the swimmer and musician Már Gunnarsson as a fundraiser for the Blindrafélag’s collection for the purchase and training of guide dogs, but the club can only allocate two dogs per year but eighteen are on the waiting list.
This and much more in the evening news on the interconnected channels of Station 2 and Bylgjan.