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01 Feb, 2016
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News

A fiery protest burned brightly across Denmark yesterday

Around 200 bonfires were lit across Denmark yesterday in protest at the government’s plans to further relax planning laws to… read more



Record number of passengers using the city Metro

A record 57.2 million passengers used the Copenhagen Metro last year – an increase of 1.2 million compared to 2014, according… read more

Danish woman arrested at Athens International Airport with 5.1 kg of cocaine

The Foreign Ministry confirmed today that a 46-year-old Danish woman has been detained at Athens International Airport. This follows reports… read more





Danish minister accused of misleading parliament on MRSA

Eva Kjer Hansen, the environment and food minister, addressed a parliamentary group on January 14 and explained why Denmark was… read more

Creator of Lars Løkke Nazi cartoon received death threat in “very bad English”

Steve Bell, the cartoonist responsible for a satirical drawing of the Danish PM Lars Løkke Rasmussen dressed as a Nazi,… read more





Featured

Concealment and cover-up: the history of Danmarks Akvarium is far from a damp squib

In the end, it was an easy decision when Danmarks Akvarium closed its doors on 31 October 2012 to eventually… read more



Events

Tame Impala + Jagwar Ma: Currently one of the best in the business

Whoever is lucky enough to welcome Tame Impala to their city is in for a treat – particularly with their… read more

Inside this month: And we could run it with footage of him killing zulus!

So we’ve learnt over the last week that the members of the Academy hate black people. But probably not as… read more





Early February Events: Pulling yourself out of the winter doldrums

Fair: Mind, Body and Soul Fair Feb 5-7, 10:00-18:00; Falconer Center; Frederiksberg; 90kr; daninfo.dk Need some inspiration for pulling yourself… read more

The fathers of Britpop who left the party early

Suede, the pioneers of Britpop, were a forgotten force by the time it peaked in 1997. They simply never recovered… read more