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18 Aug, 2017
22° Celsius

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A record number of foreign workers in Denmark

For the first time ever, over 200,000 foreign workers have full-time employment in Denmark, according to a new report from… read more

Danish PM laments Barcelona terror attack

Lars Løkke Rasmussen has condemned the terror attack that took place in Barcelona yesterday, which left 13 dead and 100… read more

Vestas Q2 profits disappoint, so large Mexican deal is a welcome tonic

Energy giant Vestas has announced a 14 percent decrease in revenue compared to the same period last year. Over the… read more

Artificial islands in Jutland to improve bird breeding conditions

The Danish nature agency, Naturstyrelsen, has established two new islands near Harboøre Tange fjord in west-Jutland in a bid to… read more

Last living member of famous Danish WWII resistance group dies

The final remaining member of the Hvidsten Group, Denmark’s most famous WWII resistance outfit, has passed away aged 97 in… read more


Caesar conquering Britain a 9th century invention by Alfred the Great

The Saxon king Alfred, a late ninth century ruler who unified several kingdoms of England and thwarted the Danish Vikings… read more


Welcoming the old, breaking the new in a city that never stops cooking

Nobody goes for the ‘more of the same’ theme at a festival. “This year, our output will be exactly the… read more

The world is your oyster at this year's Copenhagen Cooking

As expected, seafood is well represented at this year’s festival. From an abundance of crayfish-related events – whether it’s with… read more

Away with the fairy-tales with HC Andersen’s characters at the Open Air Museum

Copenhagen has a wealth of museums and attractions and many of them turn out to be magical places for kids… read more

At Cinemas: Perilous portals that take us to cinema hell

A child finding a mysterious world in a wardrobe, down a rabbit hole, or in her dreams is surely the… read more