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07 Mar, 2016
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Aarhus super mosque shelved following Sharia revelations

Aarhus Municipality has decided to halt plans for a super mosque after a TV2 documentary revealed that a Sharia council… read more

Fake cops on the prowl again in Copenhagen

Police in Copenhagen have issued a warning that criminals are trying to scam tourists by pretending to be officers of… read more

Denmark continues to keep pace with Sweden's border controls

Denmark has, as expected, once again extended its controls at its border with Germany – this time until April 3.… read more

Uber was helped with public funds to set up in Denmark

Within hours of launching its Danish operations, the American carpooling company Uber was reported to the police by the transport… read more

Copenhagen and Malmø considering Øresund metro link

Copenhageners have been getting used to the idea of an expanded Metro network connecting different parts of the city, but… read more


National flag’s dubious origins as a banner from heaven

Said to be the oldest national flag in the world still in use today, the Danish flag, or Dannebrog, is… read more


About Town: Sweet tooths, sticky fingers and sugar junkies

Hundreds descended on Carlsberg’s TAP1 to enjoy tastings and demonstrations at the Chocolate Festival over the weekend. The two-day event… read more

Vino at the Chateau: A voyage ladened with first-class wine and gastronomy

For most people, January and February are the months that need to be endured and seen out as soon as… read more

Artful antipodean tucker in the heart of the city

With over 14,000 km between Australia and Denmark, you would be forgiven for wondering how the outback-inspired cuisine of Reef… read more

A privileged evening in the company of the Bard, whoever he might be

Before you assume a six-star rating indicates ‘Shakespeare’s Ghost’, Vivienne McKee’s new play running at Teatret ved Sorte Hest until March… read more