Newsletter Details – Page 601 – The Post
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05 Sep, 2017
19° Celsius

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Business News in Brief: Danske Bank embroiled in Azeri money laundering case

Danske Bank is embroiled in yet another money laundering scandal – this time involving the regime in Azerbaijan. According to… read more

Lego to fire 1,400 in wake of poor results

Danish toy producer Lego is facing severe staff cuts following what has been a disappointing 2017 thus far. Revenue fell… read more

Police scale back terror watch in Copenhagen

Despite Europe seeing a spike in terror attacks in recent years, the Danish police have decided to reduce the physical… read more

Delaney Delight! Denmark show character in Yerevan

There won’t be any prizes for guessing who won the man-of-the-match (MOM) in Denmark’s 4-1 World Cup qualifier win over… read more

Copenhagen off-course in bid to achieve CO2-neutral goals

Copenhagen’s goal to become the world’s first CO2 neutral capital by 2025 looks to be further from its grasp than… 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