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18 May, 2016
15° Celsius

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Denmark gives millions to amplify women's rights

As part of the ongoing Women Deliver 2016 (WD2016) global conference taking place in Copenhagen right now, the foreign minister… read more

More commuters forced to use cars due to delayed track repairs on Fyn

The delayed track repairs between Nyborg and Odense on Fyn have led to many commuters abandoning public transport to take… read more

"New tarmac laid down ... I hope that helps your testicles," Copenhagen mayor tells sore cyclist

If there’s something ailing you, the Copenhagen mayor could very well be the best agony aunt you could write to.… read more

Archaeological find in Greenland shrouded in mystery

The remains of a stone hut discovered near the Sermeq Kangilleq Glacier in southern Greenland has stumped Danish archaeologists. Christian… read more

Czech it out: Danes clinch historic quarter-final berth

Denmark have sensationally qualified for the quarter-finals of the IIHF World Championships in ice hockey following the Czech Republic’s 5-4… read more


Sex, drugs and rock ‘n' roll breakfasts – whatever Simon says

Everybody loves an eccentric billionaire, with their lovable quirks, extravagances and scandalous behaviour. America’s Howard Hughes is probably the first… read more


Mid-May Art: Portraits, graves and beetles

Margaret Bowland – Power May 13- June 11; Gallery Poulsen, Flæsketorvet 24, Cph V; Margaret Bowland brings a glimpse… read more

At Cinemas: Angry neighbours, birds and Wall Street

Unfortunately I’m writing this from Copenhagen and not the south of France, but as I do, Cannes is under heavy… read more

Film review of 'Our Kind of Traitor'

Since the author’s first arrival on our screens with 1965’s The Spy Who Came in from the Cold, every decade… read more

Talk about a brewalution

CPH Beer festival May 19-21; Lokomotivværkstedet, Otto Busses Vej 5A, Cph SV; 125kr, plus 100kr for 10 samples; They’re… read more