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06 Sep, 2016
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Government looking to improve conditions for veterans

On the very day the nation paid tribute to all the country’s deployed soldiers since World War II yesterday, the… read more

Grøndal MultiCenter serving up inaugural Copenhagen Open in padel tennis

This coming weekend (September 10-11), the sports and athletics centre Grøndal MultiCenter will host the very first Copenhagen Open in… read more

Denmark eyeing closer bonds with Bangladesh

In a bid to strengthen relations between Denmark and Bangladesh, the Danish foreign minister, Kristian Jensen, hosted his Bangladeshi counterpart,… read more

Killer crayfish found in Denmark’s longest river

A small number of signal crayfish have been found along the banks of Gudenåen, Denmark’s longest river, which flows through much… read more

Map in Danish textbook rewrites the history of the Cold War

A new text book intended for Danish high school students and published by the Danish publishing house Lindhardt & Ringhof… read more


Bertel Thorvaldsen, a sculptor for the golden age

Walking through the Copenhagen museum dedicated to Bertel Thorvaldsen’s sculptures, one is struck by the lyrical finesse and grace that… read more


The British Empire's most shameful creation

Jamboy Leasing ongoing, ends Sep 26, Tue-Fri 12:00-16:00, Sat 11:00-16:00; Prince Gallery, Hauser Plads 16A, Cph K; free adm;… read more

Never mind summer, tis the season for special exhibitions

Summer’s over, but there’s no reason to feel down. It’s time for some new special exhibitions at the museums, and… read more

Like cloning Nelson Mandela and casting him in a soap

Last issue we were spoilt for choice, with Finding Dory, Love & Friendship and The Lobster all vying for our… read more

You ain't see HC Andersen like this before

Ugly Douglas Sep 2-18, various times; Dansekapellet, Bispebjerg Torv 1, Cph NV; 40-125kr,; ages 9+ Break dance meets Hans… read more