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19 Jan, 2017
5° Celsius

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Danish kids eating slightly healthier ... but their parents are woeful

According to a new Nordic report from the National Food Institute, Danish kids are eating a little healthier these days. According… read more

Noah and Sofia the most popular newborn names in Denmark

In 2016, the name Sophia remained the most popular name for newborn girls in Denmark for the second year running,… read more

Copenhagen keen on diesel restrictions

In the wake of Oslo temporarily banning diesel cars this week, local politicians at City Hall in Copenhagen have voiced… read more

Copenhagen getting jiggy, jazzy, riffy and retro this year

Metallica, Megadeth, Slayer, and Anthrax are often referred to as the big four of thrash metal, and there aren’t many… read more

CNN names Nyhavn one of the happiest places in the world

In conjunction with Blue Monday – which took place on January 16 in case that was the day when you… read more


Danish history's most famous love child ensured the enlightenment never dimmed

Golden-haired Louise Augusta was born in 1771 to the tragic Queen Caroline Mathilde and her lover, the German doctor Johann… read more


Presenting a Stanley Odyssey 2017: Shining a light on the career of Kubrick

For Quentin Tarantino, it has to be ‘Reservoir Dogs’ and ‘Pulp Fiction’, for Woody Allen, ‘Manhattan’ and ‘Annie Hall’, for… read more

You thought the weather was bad? This year's CTC pantomime is chilling!

Since the winter of 2011-12, the Copenhagen Theatre Circle has been delighting both young and old with its annual pantomime,… read more

January Events: Camping's moved on!

Camping Fair Jan 20-22, Fri 14:00-20:00, Sat 10:00-17:00, Sun 10:00-17:00; Bella Center, Center Boulevard 5, Cph S; over-12s: 80kr, under-12s:… read more

What's on TV (Jan 13-26): The ladies' man in red

PICK OF THE WEEK: Poldark TV2 Charlie, Jan 14, 15:00 – the first four episodes  Richard Gere in ‘An Officer… read more