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26 Oct, 2017
13° Celsius

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Roskilde Festival unveils Bruno Mars as first big name for 2018

The US singer-songwriter Bruno Mars will be among the headliners for the 2018 Roskilde Festival. Mars, who will play at… read more

Business News in Brief: Nordea lets 6,000 go in massive streamlining effort

Last month, it emerged that Denmark had missed out to Finland on hosting Nordea’s new headquarters, which is relocating from… read more

New heightened US security regulations could cause airport delays

Airlines are going to have to implement stricter security controls on passengers destined for the US involving a number of… read more

Number of caesarian births under 20 percent for first time in over a decade

Last year was a good one for the maternity wards in Denmark’s hospitals. For the first time since 2003, the… read more

Snow on the way ... if you believe TV2 (well do you?)

TV2 is developing a reputation for jumping the gun with its weather stories. Just this year, it predicted a gale… read more


Denmark’s answer to the ‘War of the Worlds’ broadcast was an ad for coffee

And to think we thought fake news originated during the 2016 US presidential campaign, and that spoof news was invented… read more


Concert Review & Interview: In good company with Oddisee, a hip-hop oddity

Oddisee is an aberration on today’s hip-hop scene: a lyrical MC who travels with a live band and banks on… read more

Danish Symphony Orchestra delivers with Dvorak

From the upbeat of the Rusalka Suite to the final note of Dvorak’s most beloved New World Symphony, the Danish… read more

Feline good: Tickets worth sinking your claws into

The West End production of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s musical based on the poems of TS Eliot is coming to Copenhagen… read more

November Art: Looking to nature for guidance

Heather Gartside is a storyteller and photographer compelled to record what she sees and how she feels and reacts. At… read more