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27 Sep, 2017
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UN gets involved with North Korean labour case

The case involving the possible involvement of North Korean labourers in the construction process of the new Danish Navy ship… read more

DF wants to put an exact figure on the number of immigrants in Denmark

How many immigrants and descendants of immigrants will there be in Denmark in 2060? This is a question that Dansk… read more

Business News in Brief: Denmark drops to 12th place in global competitiveness index rankings

Switzerland remains in pole position, but Sweden, Finland and Norway are all doing better than Denmark when it comes to… read more

Russian arms dealer syphoned millions through Danske Bank

The money-laundering scandal involving Danske Bank has taken another turn following the news that a Russian arms dealer systematically transferred… read more

Copenhagen among quickest-growing tourism destinations in Europe

Copenhagen has been ranked among the quickest-growing tourism destinations in Europe by the Global Destination Cities Index, published annually by… read more


Claus von Bülow’s reversal of fortune offers hope to sunken sub owner

An eccentric Danish inventor, the suspected murder of a young woman and a crime scene that fits a Sherlock Holmes… read more


Stanley Kubrick: a behind-the-scenes look at the work of a master auteur

In a career lasting around 48 years, Kubrick only made 16 films, so he can hardly be called prolific. However,… read more

Late September Events: Lederhosen and shopping discounts to make you lykke

Octoberfest Sep 28-30, open Thu 17:00-23:00, Fri 17:00-23:30 & Sat 14:00-23:30; Femøren Amager Strand, Cph S; free adm, packages 299-499kr;… read more

Opera Review: Excellent execution of a poorly-aged story

The Danish Royal Theatre’s take on Giacomo Puccini’s ‘Madame Butterfly’ is an exceptional rendition of the classic opera, but does… read more

Opera review: Weaving together the classic and the contemporary as adroitly as Arachne

The Royal Danish Theatre has once again come up trumps with this modern twist on Giuseppe Verdi’s ‘Rigoletto’, which has been… read more