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Regardless of how politically inclined you are, you’ll no doubt be aware that we are currently in the midst of the slog leading up to the various EU parliamentary elections at the end of May. Instead of highlighting the brilliant things the costly supranational union has brought us local folk (not least, the price sanctions … Continue reading Deep Focus | The best face wins, but do we?
Ishøj Ungdomsskole has logged on to what makes its youngsters tick
Failed investments in gas prove costly as energy giant posts record losses in 2012
SF blames the Social Liberals for scuppering taxes designed to strengthen social welfare
Registering details about earthquakes on cards led to the discovery by a Danish scientist that the Earth has a solid core
If re-elected, the current mayor Frank Jensen has pledged to keep Copenhagen a green and affordable city for all
Not only has Denmark been voted one of the happiest countries in the world for over 40 years, but apparently Danish babies cry less as well! Blubbering British babies A meta-analysis published in the Journal of Pediatrics looked at parental reports of fussing or crying among newborns assessed by 28 different studies covering countries such … Continue reading The Road Less Taken: Danish babies … don’t cry-yi-yi
A recent visit from a Japanese child education company to daycare institutions in the capital emphasised how interest in the teaching of empathy is growing
Making inroads in the world of VR in entertainment, business, healthcare and beyond
Young women were studying at DIS – Study Abroad in Scandinavia
But away from US politics, the world is eagerly awaiting the release of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story
The Shape of Things to Come ongoing, ends Dec 17; Tue-Fri 12:00-17:00, Sat 12:00-16:00; Gether Gallery, Flaesketorvet 77-79, Cph V; free adm; gerthercontemporary.com Referencing the famous HG Wells novel from 1933, The Shape of Things to Come, the four artists that make up the exhibition present their own aesthetic ideas and conceptions of ‘art’s resolve’. … Continue reading December Art: Shaping our future
Lise Kingo, the Danish executive director of the United Nations Global Compact, is one of the organisation’s highest-ranked women
Money to be divided between over 200 projects
Martin Tullinius, the artistic director of Republique theatre, has died aged just 49