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18 Jul, 2019
23° Celsius

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Government looking to ban gang in wake of recent violence

The government is looking into the possibility of banning the gang Loyal to Familia (LtF) in the wake of a… read more

Business News in Brief: Coop supermarkets to become more 'local'

Coop – which along with competitor Dansk Supermarked owns nearly all of the Danish supermarkets in the country – is… read more

Denmark criticised for tardiness in tackling money laundering

A report by the international Financial Action Task Force (FATF) has emphasised that Denmark ought to be doing a lot… read more

Danish fashion selling like hot cakes abroad

With Copenhagen Fashion Week in full swing this week, some fantastic news has filtered through for Danish designers. The export… read more

Provincial town could get Denmark’s tallest building

With a population of just over 7,000, the little town of Brande in mid Jutland isn’t probably the first place… read more


How a Finn became the jewel in the crown of Danish design

Finn Juhl, who would have turned 103 this year had he not died in 1989, is one of Denmark’s most celebrated designers,… read more


Give in to the pulling power of the pubs at the Copenhagen Tug of War tournament

I don’t often speak English at my children’s school. But this time I made an exception, because there was no… read more

At Copenhagen's cannonball championships, mass is an asset

For most athletes, a competitive edge is honed through training, discipline and focus. For those competing in Denmark’s cannonball splash… read more

Pride of the city: Welcoming everyone together under the rainbow flag

As Copenhagen Pride Week returns to the city, it’s time for love in the air once again. Kicking off on… 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