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22 Mar, 2017
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Denmark gave far less development aid than promised

Despite agreeing to set aside 0.71 percent of Denmark’s gross national income (GNI) for development aid during its 2016 budget… read more

The Danish chef making things 'appen on the global social dining scene

Frank Lantz, a passionate Danish chef and entrepreneur, wants to challenge the traditional way we experience our meals. After living… read more

Proposed tax increase for Danes working in Sweden

There is bad news on the horizon for well-aid Danes who commute to work in Sweden if the Swedish government and… read more

Minister visits Washington DC to discuss fight against IS

Anders Samuelsen has left today on a trip to Washington DC, the Foreign Ministry confirmed in a press release. Once… read more

Taking the pulse: March aiming to unite pro-Europeans in Denmark

The EU has had a rough go of it lately. From the impending Brexit reality to the rise of nationalism… read more


Archaeologists make sensational Viking discovery in Denmark

In what is being described as one of the most important archaeological discoveries in Denmark in recent times, archaeologists have… read more


Come on Cary, the stage could be yours at the CTC Fringe Festival!

Have you have ever wondered whether you have what it takes, or if you are Cary Grant reincarnated? The Copenhagen Theatre… read more

Opera Review: Where art comes to life in invigorating fashion

Starting in the Golden Lillium gallery, the opening night of the Italian opera Il Viaggio a Reims by Gioachino Rossini… read more

CPH:DOX review: 'The European'

If you are interested in diplomacy and international co-operation, then don’t miss this documentary. It gives you a deep insight… read more

At Cinemas: Springtime for Hollywood and germination – every year without fail

Hollywood is revisiting the Power Rangers, King Kong, Beauty and the Beast, The Birth of the Nation, Patriot Games and… read more