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11 Jan, 2016
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Goldman Sachs ready to invest more in Denmark

Goldman Sachs thinks Danish companies are a good investment. Michael Bruun, the head of the US multinational investment bank’s Nordic… read more



More Danes donated organs last year

There was a slight increase in the number of organ donations in Denmark  last year, according to new figures from… read more

Swedish coastguard stops two men crossing the Øresund from Denmark in a stolen inflatable boat

As the first week of Swedish border controls drew to a close, authorities encountered an unorthodox attempt to circumvent them.… read more





DF politician loses position for likening those helping refugees with WW2 German sympathisers

Jens Hald has been removed from his post as Dansk Folkeparti’s (DF) local chairman in Nyborg following comments in which… read more

Danish Muslim youth organisation criticised for inviting controversial imam to speak at event

The Muslim youth organisation Muslimsk Ungdom i Danmark has attracted strong criticism for its decision to invite the controversial preacher… read more





Featured

As if 2015 wasn’t exciting enough! Get ready for 2016

So, what will happen in 2016? Well, if 2015 taught us anything it is to expect the unexpected, and that… read more



Events

Their head-banging, finger-bleeding, face-melting all!

The walls of Vega will be put to the test as three established death metal groups unleash their sound upon… read more

January performance: It's panto season again ... oh yes it is!

Robin Hood and The Babes in the Wood Jan 20-30 (not Jan 25), daily at 19:00, weekend matinees 14:00; Krudttønden,… read more





Film review of 'The Hateful Eight'

Quentin Tarantino’s second western, The Hateful Eight, also happens to be his eighth film – which is more than a… read more

Why Innovation? Innovate in 2016 – or never

Productivity is falling in Denmark compared to Sweden, investors are steering clear of Denmark, and ‘Made in Denmark’ is dead.… read more