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09 Sep, 2016
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News

US pension funds involved in billion kroner SKAT fraud

Part of the 12.3 billion kroner defrauded from the Danish tax authority SKAT has ended up in US pension funds, according… read more



Denmark well placed to help Pakistan deal with energy crisis

As Pakistan’s population continue to grow, so do its energy demands. Set to become the world’s fourth largest population by 2025, it is… read more

Danish artist excluded from museum after calling party leader “racist”

The Copenhagen workers’ museum, Arbejdermuseet, has decided that a recorded speech made by the artist Emil Elg will not be… read more





Copenhagen University moves up on QS World Rankings

The University of Copenhagen (UCPH) moves one place up in the thirteenth edition of the QS World University Rankings that… read more

Wozniacki out of US Open

Danish tennis star Caroline Wozniacki lost to Germany’s Angelique Kerber in straight sets on Thursday night in her bid to… read more





Featured

Life before Dogma: Denmark’s early film industry

It seems that over the past 20 years, international audiences have really discovered and embraced Danish film. The success of Lars… read more



Events

Among the nooks and crannies of the Opera House

Opera House tour every Sat until Nov 26 at 12:00, additional times on Sat & Sun in Sep; Ekvipagemestervej 10,… read more

Sounds of the suburbs and sideburns in the Seventies

Golden Days Sep 9-25, various times and venues; some events require fee, goldendaysfestival.dk In a world that keeps moving forward,… read more





Mid-September Events: Every dog has his day

Dog’s day at Tivoli Sep 11; Tivoli; over-8s: 99kr, under-8s: free adm, multiride wristband: 209kr; tivoli.dk Treat the kids to… read more

Mid-September Events: A design market like no other

Finders Keepers Sep 10-11, 11:00-17:00; Grønttorvet, Valby; over-12s: 50kr, under-12s free adm, billetto.dk Grab your shopping bags! Denmark’s biggest design… read more