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20 Jan, 2016
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Sweden stepping up border control

A tightening of asylum legislation in Sweden means that people travelling to Sweden from Denmark will probably have to present… read more

Nordic ministers to boost logistics of refugee situation

The defence minister, Peter Christensen, has revealed that the Nordic countries are looking into the possibility of improving the region’s… read more

The postman may not ring at all in Copenhagen tomorrow

Some Copenhagen residents will see neither post nor packages tomorrow as about 500 employees of Post Danmark in Copenhagen are… read more

Musicians and maestros condemn cuts at the Royal Danish Theatre

The musicians at Det Kongelige Kapel, which is internationally known and acclaimed as the Royal Danish Orchestra, are concerned that… read more

Aarhus veteran cashing in on military gear

Kristian Juel Rasmussen came back from his deployment with the Danish military in Kosovo and Afghanistan with an idea for… read more


Atomic scientist's quantum leap changed the world of physics forever

For such a tiny country, Denmark certainly punches above its weight, and the sciences certainly are no exception. With Tycho… read more


Confronting commercial surrogacy on the stage

As infertile couples in the Western world become increasingly desperate for biological children of their own, the commercialisation of surrogacy… read more

Also at cinemas | Slumber Games back with a vengeance

The final days of CPH:DOX were marred by the horrific events in Beirut and Paris, but nonetheless it was heartening… read more

Film review: `By the Sea´

Set in France during the mid-1970s, we join American holiday-makers Vanessa (Jolie-Pitt), a former dancer with her glory days behind… read more

Get your skates on and organise your festive fodder now

Information is key in the battle to secure the best possible food options for the festive period, and the fight… read more