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18 Feb, 2016
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News

Danish health authority tightens up Zika recommendations

The Danish health authority Sundhedsstyrelsen has stepped up its guidelines regarding the mosquito-borne Zika virus epidemic that has swept parts… read more



Danish breakfast habits not impressive

That image of the perfect family sitting together at the breakfast table before taking on the day is not a… read more

More Danes abandoning their pets

In 2015, 3,998 pets were deserted by their owners. That is an increase of 70 percent in one year, according… read more





Seven Airbnb rental properties in Copenhagen used as brothels

Several apartments in Copenhagen have been used as brothels after being listed for rent on the website AirBnB, Jyllands-Posten reports.… read more

Global companies favour Stockholm over Copenhagen

A new report from the Danish-Swedish knowledge centre Øresundsinstituttet shows that big international companies prefer establishing global and regional Nordic… read more





Featured

Traitor Danes: most soldiers return heroes, but this lot came home total zeroes

The recent theft of Second World War documents from Rigsarkivet, the state archives, garnered international attention. Over the course of… read more



Events

Review: An asylum ballet, welcome to Uropa

Right now Europe is dealing with the biggest incoming stream of refugees in recent times. Most people have been welcoming… 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; arken.dk 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