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13 Jun, 2017
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Legoland under fire: Rich kids can skip the queue

The Danish amusement park Legoland has drawn criticism for its system that allows the children of wealthy patrons to pay… read more

So long 'min SKAT': Denmark restructuring its tax authority

It’s been tough for Denmark’s tax authority in recent years. From missing billions to incorrect property evaluations, SKAT has been embroiled in… read more

New Danish study finds link between vitamin D and combating tuberculosis

A study carried out by the Department of Immunology and Microbiology at the University of Copenhagen suggests that increased vitamin D… read more

Postal services to troubled neighbourhood halted in wake of threats

The Danish postal service, PostNord, has stopped its deliveries in the vulnerable Odense district of Vollsmose following several instances of… read more

Mentor program proving useful in finding jobs for spouses of international workers

It’s no secret that one of the major challenges facing Denmark is the attraction and retention of highly-skilled workers from… read more


Remembering Tivoli's founder: a showman with a fondness for champagne and jazzy waistcoats

Sometimes you have to trust the visionaries. Like Kevin Costner’s character in ‘Field of Dreams’. “If you build it, they… read more


NorthSide Day 3: Radiohead close out festival with a bang

I have to admit that by the time Sunday came around I felt pretty ‘festivaled out’, so I decided to… read more

The boy wonder, the club stirrer and the troop rouser – all destined for Copenhagen

Big name artists are descending upon Denmark like a swarm of locusts – at this year’s Roskilde Festival and beyond.… read more

Late-June Music: A spoonful of hot thoughts

Spoon June 24, 21:00; Amager Bio; 220kr Founded in 1993 in Austin, this indie rock band will perform hits from… read more

About Town: Two decades and still Burns'ing hot

Ian Burns’ (above wielding the guitar) production unit That Theatre Company celebrated its 20-year anniversary at Krudttønden on May 28.… read more