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13 Jan, 2016
-2° Celsius

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Danish pensioners second most active holiday-goers in the EU

The Danish elderly travel abroad far more often than their peers in the rest of the EU, according to figures… read more

Fewer dagpenge recipients placed on back-to-work schemes in Denmark

The participation rate in back-to-work schemes in Denmark has fallen by a quarter among those on dagpenge (insured unemployment) over… read more

Homeless people in Denmark using public libraries to get warm

Public libraries in large Danish cities often serve as shelters for homeless people who hide there to escape the cold, reports… read more

Illegal trade of confectionery products and soft drinks on the rise in Denmark

A new study by the Danish Veterinary and Food Administration (DVFA) has established that the number of cases of fraud… read more

Danish police allowed to scan thousands of licence plates

The Danish Ministry of Justice has approved a controversial bill that allows police to survey up to 600,000 vehicle registration… read more


The Akwamu: the beginning of the end of Danish colonial power

The Danes arrived a little late to the colonial party in the West Indies during the European expansion into the… read more


The secret's out-2015 was a big year for English-language theatre in Denmark

Last year was a stellar year for English-language theatre in Copenhagen and the international community has been spoilt for choice.… 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

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