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10 Oct, 2017
13° Celsius

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Denmark leads the way in data innovation in the EU

When it comes to data innovation in the EU, no countries compare to Denmark – at least according to a… read more

Tens of thousands delayed on trains every day

If you use public transport to commute to work in Denmark, there’s a pretty decent chance you’ve experienced delays on… read more

Donald Tusk coming to Copenhagen

Donald Tusk, the president of the European Council, will be in Copenhagen tomorrow to meet Danish PM Lars Løkke Rasmussen.… read more

Mayor seeks ban on diesel cars in Copenhagen after 2019

Research has shown that every year around 80 Copenhageners die prematurely as a result of pollution and around 20 of… read more

Peter Madsen’s DNA to be tested in connection with unsolved murder cases

The DNA of Peter Madsen, currently being held in connection with the death of Swedish journalist Kim Wall, will be… 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


At Cinemas: Franchise given 32 more years to get its vision right

Let’s get this straight. The 1982 film Blade Runner was set in 2019. Hailed as a masterpiece, we marvelled at… read more

Early-September Kids: Theatre for teens

Inspired by Lene Kaaberbøl’s ghoulish fantasy books, Vildheks follows the adventures of a girl who discovers she is a witch… read more

Early October Music: Iceland's finest export

Led by the distinctive voice of frontman Jónsi Birgisson, the Icelandic ambient post-rockers Sigur Rós are perhaps one of the… read more

September Performance: After some reflection, an evening well spent

Don your most fashionable sunglasses and roll up your sleeves for a night of blinking, flashing and tinkering at the… read more