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19 Apr, 2017
7° Celsius

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Denmark hands electric cars a much-needed boost

The government has teamed up with the opposition parties Socialdemokratiet and Radikale to ease the contentious phasing in of registration… read more

Trial begins of Danish teenager accused of planning school bombings

Today in Holbæk Court, a 17-year-old girl will stand trial for allegedly planning to blow up two schools, Metroxpress reports.… read more

AmChampagne moment as US chamber of commerce stalwart turns 60

If you’ve had any dealings what-so-ever with the American Chamber of Commerce in Denmark (AmCham), you’ll know the name Stephen… read more

Denmark eyeing joint Brexit strategy with the Netherlands and Ireland

The prime minister, Lars Løkke Rasmussen, is due to meet with his counterparts from Ireland and the Netherlands at the… read more

Tonne of cocaine discovered by Danish ship floating in Belgian waters

A Danish transport ship unwittingly became embroiled in a massive drug-smuggling case earlier this month while making its way up… read more


On display, then bottoms away at the academy

When the avant- garde art group Grønningen launched an exhibition at the Art Academy’s Charlottenburg venue overlooking Nyhavn in Copenhagen… read more


Turning Japanese, we really think so!

The Japanese Pop Culture trend has since the 1980s and 90s become one of the most popular sources of entertainment… read more

Mid-April Performance: It´s electrifying!

Why Not Theatre Company presents a Why Not Pop Up production of Mr Tesla Played, the story of Nikola Tesla,… read more

Mid-April Events: Season's back at the racetrack

Copenhagen’s premier racecourse, Klampenborg Galopbane, is kicking off its 2017 season with the first of its 20 annual meetings. The… read more

Mid-April Music: Don't you forget about this

Exactly four decades on from their formation, the Glaswegian band are touring to promote a new album, Simple Minds Acoustic,… read more