Most software isn't written to handle leap seconds, says IT engineer (photo: Michael Shcmid)
Tonight will be one second longer than usual
The night between June 30 and July 1 will be one second longer than normal ...
The Fehmarn Belt link will join south Zealand to Germany (photo: Bowzer)
Gaping budget hole in Fehmarn Belt project
The massive Fehmarn Belt project that will connect southern Zealand to Ge...
New initiatives are aimed at improving passenger satisfaction (photo: Hans Andersen)
Bus passengers can look forward to better conditions
The City of Copenhagen has decided to install rain shelters with built-in...
Forty individual wolves have been present in Jutland over the past two year (photo: iStock)
Research project reveals the secrets of the Danish wolf
A research project established in 2012, when the first wolf in over two cen...
You can once against get a tax rebate for working on your own home (photo: iStock)
Government reinstates housing job scheme
As outlined in its plan for Denmark yesterday, the new Venstre-led governme...
Goodbye old friend! (photo: Danielle Keller)
From midnight, the klippekort will officially be no more
Over a year later than initially planned, today is the final day on which ...

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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