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02 Feb, 2016
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News

More younger Danes on cholesterol medication

In just a decade, the number of younger Danes who take cholesterol-lowering medication has almost doubled, according to new figures… read more



Denmark and Greenland sign new four-part uranium deal

The Danish government and Greenland have released a press release today confirming their agreement concerning the future mining and exportation… read more

DF politician calls hate speech conviction 'unreasonable'

TV2 reports that DF politician Mogens Camre was convicted of hate speech on Monday for comments he made on Twitter… read more





Protesters gather to demonstrate against Denmark's new asylum rules

Yesterday’s rain was not enough to dampen the spirits of the 1,500-strong crowd of protesters who gathered in the capital… read more

Danish electronics firm Fona facing bankruptcy

Fona, the Danish electronics chain, has announced it is facing potential bankruptcy, reports Berlingske. A long price war with competitors… read more





Featured

This week's Copenhagen Jazz Film Festival to recall the capital's glory days of the 1950s and 60s

If you aren’t plugged into the jazz scene, or haven’t scratched beneath the surface of Copenhagen’s musical past, the capital… 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

Early February performance: Some pointes about asylum you didn't expect

Ballet: Uropa – an Asylum Ballet Feb 8-14, daily at 20:00 (except Sun 15:00); Gamle Scene; Kongens Nytorv 9, Cph K;… 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