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22 May, 2017
19° Celsius

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Sunshine set to continue this week in Denmark

It’s little surprise that one of Denmark’s biggest-selling songs of all time is a song about sunshine. Few people are… read more

Danish government gives up on raising retirement age

The government has abandoned its plans to increase the Danish retirement age by six months to 67.5 years. The government… read more

Danish project really may give eyesight to the blind

What do solar cells and blindness have in common? Rasmus Schmidt Davidsen, a post-doctoral researcher at Danish Technical University (DTU),… read more

Denmark ranks worst in Nordics on global healthcare index

Compared to other Nordic countries in the latest Healthcare Access and Quality Index, Denmark has quite some improvement to make.… read more

Roskilde Festival delivers Ice Cube on Denmark's hottest day of the year

One of the big names at this year’s Roskilde Festival, the hip-hop group A Tribe Called Quest have cancelled their… read more


Forget 1848 – the closest Denmark came to a revolution was in 1918

Some 163 years before the Arab World had its spring, Europe was waking up to a future free of absolutism… read more


Mid-May Events 2: The beer is here!

Copenhagen Beer Festival May 18-20, open Thu 16:00-23:00, Fri 13:00-23:00, Sat 13:00-21:00; Lokomotivværkstedet, Otto Busses Vej 5A, Cph SV; entry:… read more

At Cinemas: When puerile pasts come back to haunt you

Being resuscitated by a female lifeguard, meeting my match in Wonder Woman, girls with guns – this issue’s list of… read more

Coming up Soon: Papa's bid day treat, a party at Absalon and popular publican's memorial service

A memorial mass is being organised by friends and family of the Irish Rover landlord Jonathan ‘Jonno’ Farrelly, who passed… read more

What's on TV (May 19-June 9): Swimming with sharks

PICK OF THE WEEK: Barracuda SVT1, May 24, 21:00 Twenty years ago, all Australian TV dramas and soaps looked the… read more