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08 Aug, 2016
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Experts: Denmark overlooking right-wing extremism

Following a summer that has seen a number of right-wing attacks across Europe, a number of Danish experts have voiced concerns… read more

Bird flu confirmed on duck farm in north Jutland

A mallard duck farm near the north Jutland town of Nibe has been infected with a low pathogenic type of avian influenza H5,… read more

Troop of monkeys escapes from enclosure at Odense Zoo

A troop of 24 squirrel monkeys managed to escape from their enclosure at Odense Zoo on Saturday. While, some of… read more

New book explores mafia presence in Denmark

Mafia being solely an Italian phenomenon is a huge misconception. It involves a number of criminal organisations that deal with… read more

Denmark's wait for first medal at 2016 Olympics is a short one

Denmark’s Jakob Fuglsang has today won Denmark’s first medal of the 2016 Olympics – a silver in the men’s road… read more


The undisputed grand-daddy of the Danish tennis world

Kurt Nielsen is arguably the biggest ever name in Danish tennis. For generations the man stood as an international beacon when… read more


The stage is set for some Shakesperean sorcery

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

Vildskud hits a new high

The Vildskud contemporary theatre festival (August 9-12) has been providing Copenhagen with a platform for contemporary theatre for 14 years.… 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

Out and About: Hamlet on the hop at the castle that spawned Shakespeare's masterpiece

Shakespearean actors, sumptuous costumes and stunning backdrops provide the three key components of Hamlet Live, which will continue at Kronborg… read more