Pranov hopes that Heliac can be used to replace open fires used for cooking in developing countries (photo: Paul R Caron)
Danish project could save lives in developing countries
Danish engineer Henrik Pranov has developed a solar panel using plastic fil...
Should Denmark prepare itself for a Grexit? (photo: Pixabay)
Greek ‘no’ hits Danish equities
Danish share prices have been hit hard by the Greeks' resounding ‘no’ a...
"The demand for overseas flights is growing and growing," says SAS CEO (photo: BriYYZ)
SAS investing billions into long-range routes
SAS has announced it will spend billions of kroner on the establishment of ...
It's not the first time the police have made arrests in connection with driving test fraud (photo; iStock)
Driver instructors and students arrested in police raid
In a massive series of raids across Zealand, the police today arrested at l...
Well, this one has seen better days, but in general, the cod population is doing better (photo: iStock)
Cod and plaice thriving in Danish waters
Years of regulated fishing in Danish waters look to have paid off, as North...
More than ever want to go to university (photo: iStock)
Record number of higher education applications
There has been a record number of applications for the country’s higher e...

Life in Denmark

The rice is not really cooked. Of course it is honey, it's risotto so it has to be 'al dente'.
Would you like more integrated cheese with your risotto?
June 7th, 2015 7:00 pm

The initiative ‘Dinner with a Dane’ matches hosts with foreign guests curious to find out what goes on behind those superiorly glazed windows

Families really enjoyed getting in touch with nature
Proving you don’t need to be a tourist to enjoy a good tour
June 7th, 2015 6:55 pm

International House Copenhagen tailor-making days out for the city’s expat community

Costumes were not the only fun at Copenhagens beerfestival
Out and About: Sinking some beers with the brew crew
June 7th, 2015 7:00 am

All about the beer

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