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08 Mar, 2016
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Danish female cops sending more rapists to trial

International Women’s Day has got off to a good start with the news that female police officers are outperforming their… read more

Runaway monkey found dead

The Barbary Macaque monkey on the loose in west Jutland after fleeing its confines at Blåvand Zoo in January has… read more

Today's Date: Women's Day

Today is the 115th anniversary of Denmark’s first marking International Women’s Day – not to be confused with Cake &… read more

Danish health support has made huge impact in Ghana

Since Denmark began supporting the development of the health sector in Ghana over two decades ago, the sector has made… read more

Danish researcher: Potential solution to food shortage in deep-sea fishing

A Danish scientist is the lead author of research that suggests there could be a deep-sea answer to the global… read more


Exposing the poverty in New York’s underbelly

From humble beginnings in the town of Ribe on Jutland’s west coast to being called the ‘ideal American’ by President… read more


Figaro's 'Funfair' illuminates the Royal Theatre

Imagine a cradle. An orchestra gently lies in it when suddenly the lights turn on. The truth is soon unveiled:… 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

Whatever you do, don't walk on by from this opportunity!

If you hear Burt Bacharach walking down the street in Copenhagen this July, most definitely don’t walk on by! The… 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