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07 Apr, 2017
13° Celsius

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Denmark backs US attack on Syrian airbase

The Danish government has come out with strong support for the US missile strike on Syrian military targets last night… read more

Two lanes may be better than one – but harbour tunnel project already under attack

A two-level road tunnel might be the chosen solution if an easterly ring-road was built under Copenhagen, Ingeniøren reports. A… read more

Organic farmland at record high in Denmark

More and more Danish farmers are turning to organic produce these days, and that is reflected in the amount of farmland… read more

From despair to joy: the howls are not what they seem anymore

We’re going to let you in on a little secret. Every day, once a day, give yourself a present. Don’t… read more

Public transport costs increase substantially compared to car travel

Despite fine words from successive Danish governments about the importance of public transport for the environment and the need to reduce… 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

Mid-April Kids: Roll up, Roll up!

WORLD CIRCUS DAY April 8, 10:00-14:00; The Circus Museum, Hovedporten 6, Hvidovre; free adm; Does your family want to… 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