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26 Apr, 2019
21° Celsius

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Forcible adoption cases on the increase in Denmark

More children could end up being forcibly adopted without the consent of their parents as a result of a controversial… read more

Final list of countries bidding to host EMA revealed

When the deadline passed on Monday night, 19 cities had put in bids to host the European Medicines Agency (EMA),… read more

Smoke-free beach proposal unpopular with politicians but strikes a chord with public

Cancer concern group Kræftens Bekæmpelse (KB) has applauded a proposal to make Danish beaches smoke-free zones. However, it is doubtful whether… read more

Tickets for extra Riverdance show in Copenhagen on sale today!

The Riverdance has made more comebacks than Mohammed Ali. A farewell tour in 2009 ended up lasting three years –… read more

Danish News in Brief: Returned from Rio, stolen in Silkeborg

A bicycle dealer in Silkeborg in east Jutland opened his doors to his worst nightmare on Monday morning, but now… read more


Everyman's right to a summer holiday

In 1928, the government’s statistics office conducted a nationwide survey of 224,000 workers and their holiday habits. They found that… read more


Murder and McKee at Hamlet's castle

If Hamlet Live, the ongoing visitor attraction at Kronborg Castle in which actors play out scenes from the play in… read more

August Music: A sweet 'deth' in the company of metal legends

For those of you who missed out on Metallica at the Royal Arena, heavy thrash-metal band Megadeth might be a… read more

Early August Events: The pinnacle of a petrol-head's year

Held since 2001, the Copenhagen Historic Grand Prix is the premier event in Danish motorsports – a high-octane, mobile museum of… read more

August Performance: Cosying up to Charlottenborg's classical charm

Since 1969, this classical chamber music festival, mainly performed by young upcoming talents, has been delighting audiences at Charlottenborg Festsal,… read more