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29 Mar, 2017
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Parliament green-lights soldiers to the Baltics

The foreign minister, Anders Samuelsen, has been given approval by Parliament to deploy 200 Danish troops to Estonia as part… read more

Denmark's largest offshore wind farm approved by EU

Denmark’s largest ever offshore wind farm project using 600 MW turbines has been approved by the EU commissioner for competition, Margrethe Vestager.… read more

Danish auction house in hot water again over sale of stolen painting

An oil painting by the recognised Danish artist Carl Vilhelm Holsøe caused alarm bells to ring when it was recently… read more

Danish law discriminates against alternative families

Danish family law discriminates against gay couples, single parents and others who live in alternative family structures, claims a PhD dissertation… read more

London/Copenhagen-based company acquires new investors

Peakon, the London and Copenhagen-based people analytics company, has received an injection of cash totalling 6.1 million Euros, the company… read more


DI: Avoiding corruption in Russia is difficult, but can be done

The common view is that if you want to do business in Russia, you will have to have to be… read more


Ripping away your comfort pillow to deliver high-octane theatre turbulence

He’ll see your Millennium Trilogy and raise you with HBO. Because this man likes to play with fire, and he’s about… 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

Concert review: Tory Lanez not toned down by international success

On Monday March 27, burgeoning Canadian rapper/singer Tory Lanez hit Store Vega – his second performance on Danish soil in… read more

Ballet Review: travel through the history of dance with the sensational Ballet de Luxe

The Royal Danish Theatre premiered with Ballet de Luxe, a beautiful time travel through the history of ballet on March… read more