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02 Mar, 2016
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Danish women experience workplace discrimination in connection with pregnancy

Almost half of all Danish women feel discriminated against at their workplace in connection with a pregnancy or maternity leave,… read more

Today's Date: Denmark's Child Bride

Anne of Denmark wasn’t around to see her son, Charles of England, executed by the Roundheads in 1649 – she… read more

Child found in boot of car during south Zealand border check

South Zealand and Lolland-Falster Police have arrested four people and charged them with human smuggling after a little girl was… read more

Danish burger wars heat up

The number of burger joints in Denmark is growing by leaps and bounds. According to food business magazine FødevareWatch, the… read more

Everything is awesome about Lego's record financial results

The mercurial rise of Danish toy producer Lego looks set to continue unabated after the company revealed a record profit… read more


The explorer who came in from the cold to wallow in squalour

Like sands through the hourglass, so are the days of our lives, and when they run out, few of us… read more


Inside this month: The spectre hanging over Shakespeare

I saw a ghost once. And then I went down the pub to tell everyone. Turned out I was feverish.… read more

A great way to shake a leg in the world of the Bard

To mark the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death, That Theatre Company is currently restaging its humorous, self-created production ‘Shakespeare Unplugged’… read more

Museums Corner: Believe 'It' or not, clowns and cisterns can be fun

With clowns, underground activities and a trip into the past this month, Museum Corners sounds suspiciously like Stephen King’s novel… read more

Where everything is illuminated

Illumination   March 1-September 11, 11:00-22:00; Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Gammel Strandvej 13, Humlebæk; 115kr; The exhibition Illumination is… read more