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09 Feb, 2017
-4° Celsius

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Denmark making it punishable to exclude handicapped people

The government has proposed making it illegal to exclude or reject handicapped people from entering a place of business or… read more

Police in Danish town warning students about a possible child molester

Several students from Bangsbostrand Skole in Frederikshavn have been stopped by a man in a red car in recent weeks… read more

Immigrants and their descendants now the majority in two Danish neighbourhoods

In two neighbourhoods in different parts of the country, immigrants and their descendants now make up the largest share of the… read more

Every third Dane gets annoyed when a shopkeeper asks if they can help

An attentive shopkeeper may be something that a Danish shopper isn’t looking for. According to a study conducted by YouGov… read more

Denmark throws hat in ring for EMA relocation

The Danish government has unveiled that it will work towards Copenhagen being chosen as the future headquarters of the European… read more


Try as the Danes might, world rugby's hallowed ground looks more distant than ever

American football, Aussie rules, gaelic football, kabbadi – get on public transport anywhere in Denmark and you’re going to be within… read more


Vinterjazz: jazz goes to church

Historically, jazz has always had connections with the church In the late 1960s, Duke Ellington wrote and performed music for… read more

Vinterjazz: Nordic highlights in Montmartre

Legendary Copenhagen jazz club presents a programme of Nordic music this February Jan Lundgren, one of Scandinavia’s most in-demand jazz… read more

Vinterjazz 2017: Cold weather, hot music!

Vinterjazz festival set to break all records in numbers of venues and concerts The seventeenth Vinterjazz festival will be bringing… read more

Vinterjazz: jazz for kids

Touring concept aims to reach out to potential new audience There is something of a (mis)conception amongst the general public… read more