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08 Apr, 2016
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Government wants to make travel to conflict zones punishable

The justice minister, Søren Pind, has proposed a change to the law to make it a punishable offence for Danes and… read more

Politicians looking to punish parking sinners with wheel locks

The politicians at City Hall are eyeing drastic methods to tackle Copenhagen’s unpaid parking ticket problem. Venstre and Konservative members… read more

Bang & Olufsen sells audio systems subsidiary

The Danish consumer electronics company Bang & Olufsen has sold ICEpower, its subsidiary that develops and manufactures amplifiers for high-performing… read more

Final obstacle on road to Rio

Last month, the Danish women’s handball team failed to qualify for the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio this summer. And… read more

Danish church blames recent membership exodus on Atheist campaign

According to priests in several parishes across Denmark, there has been an increase in the number of people cancelling their… read more


Red light, grey zone: Perceptions of prostitution vary wildly on the streets of the capital

When Marie Hald’s portrait of Bonnie Cleo Andersen, a 39-year old Danish prostitute, won one of the 2013 World Press… read more


TV This Week: Why you should give a Donald

Pick of the Week: President Trump – Can he really win? DR2, mon 20:00 Twelve months ago, most pundits would… read more

At Cinemas: Thank the lord for Cinemateket

This week’s slim pickings at the pictures will make you wish you read Danish subtitles. Even if you do, you’re… read more

Mid-April Performance: Saucy by name, absurdist by nature

Kafka’s Dick April 13-23 (excluding 18th), Mon-Fri 20:00, Sat-Sun 17:00; Krudttønden, Serridslevvej 2, Cph Ø; 140kr, discounts available for groups… read more

Decoding the migrant crisis with little Omar

Kids live in bubbles, don’t they! But even they might have noticed that something pretty momentous is going on right… read more