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28 Apr, 2017
9° Celsius

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What a pisser! Get your raincoat out this weekend

If you’ve got any outdoor excursions planned for the weekend, you better get your best rain gear out … and… read more

The solution to housing problems sitting under students' noses

You often hear of students having difficulty finding housing while abroad, whether it be for a job, to study, or… read more

Denmark and OECD cosy up on globalisation

The minister for development, Ulla Tørnæs, yesterday met in Copenhagen with Angel Gurría, the secretary general of the OECD, regarding… read more

Danish energy tech exports highest in Europe

Denmark has maintained its number one position as an exporter of energy technology and services, with these sectors accounting for… read more

Denmark's biggest food waste initiative grows to 800 strong

Since the REFOOD initiative launched a year ago in a bid to offer a platform for companies and organisations in… read more


The double life of the Vesterbro storekeeper/safecracker

Chicago in the 1920s was famous worldwide as a mecca for criminals and organised crime. Big city crime, however, was… read more


At Cinemas: Can crabby Charles or risky Ritchie lift the curse of Arthur?

The evidence suggests Queen Elizabeth II hates her eldest son Charles, who is just 22 and a half years her… read more

Redifining hygge underneath the cherry blossom

Some people spend a lifetime waiting to find the perfect cherry blossom. It’s no joke, and according to Kasumoto in… read more

The 48-hour party people are back!

  Copenhagen’s diverse local cultural hub presents its ever-popular fifth annual two-day culture festival, which showcases events for all tastes,… read more

Living, breathing architecture

Founded in 2014, the Copenhagen Architecture Festival presents a program of films, performances, seminars and exhibitions. “Copenhagen Architecture Festival explores… read more