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15 Feb, 2016
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Fewer burglaries in Copenhagen

The number of burglaries in and around Copenhagen has dropped significantly since peaking in 2009. Last year, 11,196 residents reported… read more

Danish winter holiday weather: Sunny but cold

Many people, especially school children, have this week off for the winter holidays. Those who did not escape for a… read more

Danish police overworked due to increased focus on terrorism

Danish police are overworked and more officers are taking long-term sick leave, reports Politiken. Increased focus on protection against terrorism and… read more

Taxi drivers in Copenhagen demonstrated against Uber

Taxi drivers in Copenhagen demonstrated yesterday against the ride-hailing company Uber, reports Metroxpress. The protests started at 9 pm, when… read more

Elephant beer going down well in India

Carlsberg’s old sudsy stalwart, Elephant Beer, has become a trumpeting success in India. In 2015, sales increased by 42 percent and… read more


Quietly remembered in a city where love will conquer all

The morning of 14 February 2015 was like any other Valentine’s Day in Copenhagen that falls upon the weekend. Lovers… read more


A debonair dozen to check out at Vinterjazz 2016!

Since last Friday, Vinterjazz has been welcoming music fans to venues all over the country. Its ambition, 600 concerts over… read more

Intimate setting and infinite wine selection one of several magic combos

Visiting the Facebook page of Deligreco, a Frederiksberg-based Greek restaurant, wine bar and deli, is a mouthwatering experience in itself,… read more

Mid-February Art: A truly original vision of femininity

Niki de Saint Phalle Feb 13-June 12, open Tue-Sun 10:00-21:00; Arken, Skovvej 100, Ishøj; 110kr; The French artist, sculptor… read more

Under the Raydar: Taking it easy - in 1986 and 2016

Challenger blew up 30 years ago last month … a moment most Americans remember like it was yesterday. Assigned to… read more