Businesses say anti-refugee ads are hurting Denmark's reputation (photo: Julien Harneis)
Businesses want anti-refugee rhetoric toned down
Several major Danish companies are currently asking the government to cance...
Today, almost 100,000 people in Denmark found out if their higher education application was successful (photo: Pixabay)
Contending with the dreaded higher education rejection slip
The pipe-dreams of close to 30,000 would-be students sprang a leak today as...
The 43-year-old thief stole people's PIN codes while they were paying for groceries in the supermarket (photo: Pixabay)
Danish police make fortuitous arrest of expert thief
When North Zealand Police recently charged a 43-year-old Romanian with five...
The pop-up series 'Clothes make the man – Africa in Denmark' will be appearing all over the city (photo: Morten Vest)
Free bus routes and visibly African roots at Copenhagen Fashion Week
Copenhagen Fashion Week kicks off next Wednesday with a line-up that includ...
Speed cameras are raking it in (photo: Tomasz Sienicki)
Recordbreaking number of speeders and fines
A single automatic traffic control (ATK) vehicle, which was set up on the H...
A scene not to be seen in a section of Aarhus being developed (photo: Robert Jack)
Aarhus to get traffic-free residential section
A new urban development project underway in Aarhus will feature everything ...

Life in Denmark

“Baby, look at me, and tell me what you see? Fame, we’re going to live forever.”
Children love to perform, so why not put them on the stage?
July 9th, 2015 10:11 am

For seven years now, the performance schools Scene Kunst Skoler have been nurturing and fulfilling the talents of Danish and international children of all abilities

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

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