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05 Jul, 2016
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Journalist called a ‘spy’ by Politiken wins libel case

Former Politiken chief editor Bo Lidegaard has been ordered by Copenhagen City Court to pay damages of 100,000 kroner to… read more

Italian police say Danish family responsible for massive fire at seaside campground

Local Italian police say that a Danish tourist is to blame for the fire that resulted in the evacuation of… read more

Denmark's richest families have grown even richer since the end of the 2008 financial crisis

A new study by Berlingske found that Denmark’s wealthiest people have weathered the 2008 financial crash better than most –… read more

New shopping complex coming to Copenhagen

In a little over a year, Copenhagen’s Vanløse district will be the site of yet another mega-structure when the retail and residential… read more

Today's Date: Svend sees the light of day

On this day in 1892, Svend Lauge Koch, one of Denmark’s most famous geologists and explorers, was born in Kærby… read more


Ole Worm: The man who studied Unicorns

The fantasy horror writer H.P. Lovecraft used him as the model for his creepy character Olaus Wormius, who translated the… read more


July Kids: Let them loose at Louisiana!

Louisiana Workshop Tue-Sun 11:00-17:30; Gl Strandvej 13, Humlebæk; 115kr, under-18s free adm;; 4-16 years Kids have their own exclusive… read more

Jake kills it as an unorthodox southpaw

The last time we saw Jake Gyllenhaal in cinemas was in Antoine Fuqua’s Southpaw, which also dealt with the grief… read more

Zara Larsson, the next big Swedish star

How often do you find a catchy, American-sounding pop song you like, spend months singing along to it, and then find out it was actually produced… read more

July Art: Presenting a pioneer in textile printing

Marie Gudme Leth: Pioneer of Print ongoing, ends Sep 25, Tue-Sun 10:00-18:00, Wed 10:00-21:00; Designmuseum Danmark, Bredgade 68, Cph K;… read more