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04 Oct, 2017
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Parliament opens for business amid drama and 2018 ambitions

PM Lars Løkke Rasmussen’s speech to open Parliament this year turned out to be a little bit more dramatic than… read more

Peter Madsen to remain behind bars

Submarine owner and murder suspect Peter Madsen, who is being investigated for killing the Swedish journalist Kim Wall, will remain… read more

UPDATE: SAS flights back on track as strike ends

The strike has ended and SAS flights are once again getting back on schedule. Original story below: A strike by… read more

News in Brief: Details of Coster-Waldau's 'Simpsons' cameo revealed

The episode featuring ‘Game of Thrones’ star Nikolaj Coster-Waldau in the long-running animated comedy series ‘The Simpsons’ aired on October… read more

Power outage across parts of Copenhagen

A power outage has cut off electricity to a large part of Copenhagen. According to electricity providers Dong Energy, power… 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


Game of Thrones concert to soothe your Westeros withdrawal symptoms

Next summer will be hard. Yes, we know winter is coming, but ever so slowly, and Westeros withdrawal symptoms will… read more

Between breaths: Probing under the surface of the underwater band

What is it about Danish musicians and water? Either they’re naming themselves after it (Aqua) or they can’t wait to… read more

Two weeks of CPH PIX featuring children's composers, Carlsberg and the Chocolate Factory

Film geeks rejoice as Denmark’s largest and most gem-studded film festival, CPH PIX, returns through the first half of October.… read more

Out & About: Paddling around by the promenade

A wide range of different nationalities gathered in front of the Opera House on September 1 to initiate the SUP… read more