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10 Oct, 2016
10° Celsius

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Nørreport Station remains highly polluted

Despite the installation of a new ventilation system, air pollution is still rife at Denmark’s busiest train and Metro station, Nørreport… read more

Danish newspaper releases book banned by national security agency

Danish newspaper Politiken has today published the entire contents of the book ‘Seven years for PET – the times of Jakob Scharf’… read more

New car technology pushing local mechanics towards extinction

These days, cars have a lot of technology installed in them that give mechanics a better insight into how a… read more

Pink bras telling stories of breast cancer survivors

If you decided to catch the last sunny spells of this year’s unusually warm autumn and went for a stroll… read more

British expats given the right to vote in UK national elections, but it's too late for Brexit

The British government’s decision to bolt the stable door following the departure of the horse named ‘Brexit’ will come as… read more


How the S-train got its S

One of the things that makes Copenhagen so delightful is that you can pretty much get anywhere you want in… read more


Stop talking out of your ass and bring the kids down for some art and culture

With the many avenues of entertainment available these days, tempting children down to experience a bit of culture or take… read more

Exploring sexual perversity in Copenhagen up the Rabbits' and other holes

Copenhagen’s youngest theatre company Down the Rabbit Hole (DTRH) is collaborating with Hamburg-based Manusarts to present an evening of humorous… read more

Theatre Review of CTC's Topsy-Turvy Tales

‘The Actor’s Nightmare’ plays on your expectations of what theatre is. It will make you laugh, but you can’t help… read more

Museums Corner: FALL in love with Copenhagen

Whispering breezes, reddening leaves and shortening queues make autumn the ideal season to experience Copenhagen. With the last lashings of… read more