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02 Aug, 2016
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News

Home births sky rocketing in Denmark

More Danish women are choosing to give birth in the comfortable surroundings of their own homes. According to recent birth statistics in… read more



Danish crime news in brief: Two men hit by gunfire in Amager

Two men were struck by gunfire in Copenhagen’s Amager neighbourhood yesterday. Police said that two men wearing masks pulled up… read more

Danish Crown registers fall in meat sales amidst rainy weather

The not-so-summery July weather across northern Europe led to fewer barbecues and a decrease in fresh meat sales, according to Danish Crown.… read more





German tourists returning in droves to safe Denmark

Just three years ago, German guests rented Danish summerhouses for a total of 352,000 weeks – the lowest rate since 2008… read more

Abandoned Danish lighthouse turned into artsy attraction

A 166-year-old lighthouse located on the northwestern shore of Jutland has this year been transformed into a work of art. The… read more





Featured

Le Mans: How endurance racing has become Denmark's national sport

Every year in rural France, hundreds of thousands of people flock to a small town: Le Mans. It’s the stuff… read more



Events

The stage is set for some Shakesperean sorcery

Hamletscenen Aug 1-21; Kronborg Castle, Helsingør; 175-600kr, hamletscenen.dk 2016 has been a big year for Shakespeare as the world commemorates… read more

There's something in the aria!

Cph Opera Festival July 26-Aug 2; various locations; tickets from billetten.dk, some events are free adm; operafestival.dk Timing is everything… read more





Copenhagen Cooking & Food Festival 2016

From August 19-28, Copenhagen Cooking & Food Festival will be celebrating the culinary culture of Copenhagen and Denmark as fantastic… read more

21st Century Alchemy: Long-term unemployed and what they have to offer

I’ve recently been coffee’ing it up with some HR folk from different companies and I’m shocked at the persistent discrimination… read more