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11 Oct, 2016
10° Celsius

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Denmark among top nations in the world to be a girl

There is a huge difference according to where in the world you grow up as a girl, according to a… read more

Danish web shops taking it to the streets

For several years, shops have closed brick and mortar locations and concentrated solely on their online presence. However, that trend… read more

World War II hand grenade temporarily closes police station in Denmark

Although Word War II ended 70 odd years ago, weapons and munitions from the war still pop up in Denmark… read more

Danish innovations win European Youth Award

The Danish app ‘Be My Eyes’ has been awarded the European Youth Award in the category ‘Healthy Life’, while another… read more

Danish exports to Britain tumbling after Brexit

Danish exports to Britain fell in August for the second straight month. The vote by Britain in June to leave… read more


How Dagmar the Dane became history's tragic empress

To many non-Danes, Princess Dagmar probably means nothing. The great, great aunt of Queen Margrethe died in 1928 in her… 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