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04 Sep, 2017
17° Celsius

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Vesterbro among the coolest neighbourhoods in the world

According to Lonely Planet, the world’s largest travel guide book publisher, the Copenhagen district of Vesterbro is among the coolest… read more

North Korean ambassador summoned in wake of nuclear test

The foreign minister, Anders Samuelsen, has condemned North Korea’s latest nuclear testing effort yesterday and reacted by requesting a meeting… read more

China’s energy minister in historic visit to Denmark

The Chinese energy minister, Nur Bekri, was in Denmark over the weekend taking a first-hand look at the Danish energy… read more

A Polish-ed performance: Danish World Cup dream intact

In what must be one of the best performances in recent years, Denmark dominated previously unbeaten Poland en route to… read more

The ghost buster whose craft is firmly grounded on planet Earth

For Juri Christensen, there are two types of people in the world: the living and the dead. And he talks… read more


King of the hill: Elephants, elegance and 170 years of Carlsberg

Some 170 years ago, a visionary brewer named Jacob Christian Jacobsen (1811-87) laid the foundations for a modern company in… read more


September Kids: Flying the flag and going to the dogs, as Tivoli approaches 173rd birthday

It’s not like we ever need an excuse to go to Tivoli, but there’s none better than helping the themepark… read more

Coming up Soon: Intense workouts, tats and salsa – the fake tan is mandatory

Need to burn some energy? This is your chance at a two-day event that combines unique workout classes with a… read more

Never mind golden days, this is about celebrating Copenhagen in its golden years

With a program promising music, film, culture, knowledge, history, treasure hunting, DJs and community, Golden Days wants to celebrate Copenhagen’s… read more

Early September Performance: Taking it to excess

There’s nudity, hyper-ventilating and some of the performers have plastic bags over their heads. No, this isn’t a re-enactment of… read more