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25 Jan, 2017
2° Celsius

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Denmark remains world's least corrupt nation

For the fourth year in a row, Denmark is the country in the world with the least amount of corruption in… read more

Denmark earns two Oscar nominations

Danish films this afternoon have received two Oscar nominations. ‘Under sandet’ (’Land of Mine’), already on a nine-film shortlist, has… read more

More people becoming obese in the Nordics

A new Nordic research project led by the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) has revealed that being overweight or obese has… read more

Danish archaeologists find 3,500-year-old gemstones

Danish archaeologists from Moesgaard Museum have discovered the remains of a jewellery workshop on a small island in Kuwait, which… read more

Huge spike in trash at Copenhagen's Lakes

The Lakes have always been a magnet for Copenhageners. From lounging about in the summer months, to chilly walks and… read more


Consumed by the Arctic winter or eaten by his Greenlandic guide: what really happened to Denmark's lost explorer?

On a giant boulder at the northern end of Copenhagen’s Langelinie sits a stylised but sad reminder of Team One’s… 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

Art Review: Recalling when the Nordics went mad for Japan

What happens in art when a modern, industrialised European culture meets an exotic, outside, foreign influence? An exhibition now on… 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

Denmark and Japan celebrating diplomatic anniversary in style

Denmark and Japan will celebrate 150 years of diplomatic relations by launching a joint culture initiative this week. Crown Prince… read more