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20 Feb, 2017
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Quarter of all Copenhageners are immigrants or their descendants

Earlier this month it was revealed that immigrants and their descendants were the majority in two Danish neighbourhoods. Now, new… read more

UPDATED: Ricky Gervais performing in Copenhagen on September 29

Ricky Gervais is performing at the new Royal Arena venue on September 29. Tickets on go on sale on Friday… read more

Danish teenage girl charged with planning two bomb attacks and stabbing educator

The official charges sheet in the so-called Kundby terror case that involves a now 16-year-old Danish girl has today been… read more

Wolf kills sheep in southern Jutland

A Danish sheep farmer has today found a dead sheep in one of her folds in Skærbæk in southern Jutland,… read more

Record number of Danes visit a chiropractor

New figures from the regional government organisation Danske Regioner reveal that 370,148 Danes sought the services of a chiropractor last year,… read more


The harrowing tale of the photographer who escaped a beheading

Listen to the dramatic, horrifying story of a freelance photographer who was captured and held by Islamic State in Syria… read more


Coming together for a celebration of comics

Copenhagen Comics Feb 25-26, 10:00-18:00/17:00; Øksnehallen, Halmtorvet, Cph V; 100kr, under-15s 50kr, under-5s free adm; Celebrating all types of… read more

Late-February Events: No shortcuts to the perfect G&T

CPH Gin Festival Feb 17-18, 12:00-20:30; Lokomotivværkstedet, Otto Busses Vej 5A, Cph SV; 220kr Blooming Aida! Copious amounts of gin… read more

Museums Corner: Winter break holidays into the unknown to rediscover the past

Life is a mystery,” Madonna once pointed out. “Everyone must stand alone.” She wasn’t wrong, and now your kids have… read more

Late-February Music: Kisses or no-nos?

The xx Feb 10, 20:00; Forum Copenhagen; 410kr The London-based indie-rock trio met each other as teens – at the… read more