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10 Aug, 2017
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Eating disorders more frequent in Danes compared to immigrants

According to new research from Aarhus University (AU), eating disorders are more prevalent among ethnic Danes than first and second-generation… read more

Child-birth: caesarean delivery numbers could be reduced by exercise and better eating

According to figures from the national statistics keeper Danmarks Statistik, 58,208 children were born in 2015. Of these, almost 13,000… read more

Business News in Brief: Employee accused of industrial espionage over Metro ads deal

Danish advertising agency Out of Home Media (OOHM) is seeking 35 million kroner from competitor Clear Channels (CC) as it… read more

Police turn to public in gang conflict

“You took your first pinch like a man and learned the two greatest things in life: never rat on your… read more

Maersk teaming up with pension firms in new African infrastructure fund

The Danish shipping giant Maersk has joined forces with three pension firms –PensionDanmark, PKA and Lægernes Pension – to establish a… 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