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06 Apr, 2017
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Two Danish restaurants in world's top 50

The legendary restaurant Noma may no longer be peddling its exquisite wares due to its ongoing relocation plans, but that… read more

Authorities warn against drinking water from Netto

The Danish veterinary and food administration, Fødevarestyrelsen, has warned consumers to stay away from a water product sold in Netto… read more

Ukraine could become lucrative export market for Denmark

In connection with the official visit to Denmark by Ukraine’s president Petro Poroshenko, the Danish confederation for industry, Dansk Industri… read more

Expat to be deported from Denmark after 32 years in the country

You would think that spending 32 years and well over half of your life in a country would give you… read more

Coop jumps on the crowdfunding bandwagon

The Danish co-operative concern Coop, which owns both a supermarket chain and a bank, is the latest company to take… read more


Denmark's Jack the Ripper was a pilferer not a prostitute killer

Anyone taking a stroll down Howitzvej in the enclave of Frederiksberg would be forgiven for thinking it is just another… read more


Bravo Charlie! Rumble Strips lead singer a revelation in Leftfield's ‘The Pillowman’

Charlie Waller is a star. No, I’m not just saying that because he was the standout in Leftfield Theatre’s production… read more

Early-April Kids: Tivoli's open again and we're flying high!

April 6-Sep 24, open Mon-Sun; Tivoli, Vesterbrogade 3, Cph V; 120kr, under-8s free adm; Our favourite amusement park is… read more

At Cinemas: Are American anime, British blood and Austin auteur bad combos?

When Steve Biko asked an apartheid-era South African judge: “Why do you call yourselves white? You look more pink than… read more

Art that's right on the money – Danish concept celebrating its 20th birthday

Twenty years ago, Lars Kraemmer, was travelling from Canada to Mexico. The only snag was he’d run out of money.… read more