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17 Nov, 2017
8° Celsius

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Copenhagen named best family-orientated city in the world

Copenhagen is unparalleled when it comes to family life, according to a newly-published index from the German-based online housing portal… read more

Climate News in Brief: Coal to be phased out of Danish electricity production by 2030

At the international climate conference COP23 in Bonn, the Danish government announced today that it has joined the coalition pledged… read more

Maersk dragging its feet over radioactive waste

According to Maersk Oil, restructuring within the company has been the cause of it having taken 18 months to respond… read more

Denmark tops social justice in the EU

According to the latest Social Justice Index, published annually by the German foundation Bertelsmann Stiftung, Denmark is number one in the… read more

Foreign professors being reported to police for passing on knowledge

An increasing number of foreign university employees are landing in hot water for passing on their knowledge. As of now,… read more


Peering through a circular lens at Denmark’s point zero for around 400 years

Copenhagen is a city of shapes. From its rectangular lakes and numerous squares to the Trianglen junction in Østerbro, it’s… read more


At Cinemas: The niche of nichts: the perils of making a Danish sci-fi

Too much liberation can be a bad thing. Just ask the Danish film industry. If you thought the script for… read more

Late-November Events: Rumba with Tony’s sister and salsa with his little friend at the Latin Festival

Copenhagen Latin Festival Nov 25, 20:00-02:30; Støberiet, Blågårds Plads 5, Cph N; 100kr, Shake your body and dress to… read more

Coming up Soon: Thanksgiving a tempting stopver in the build-up to Christmas

Traditional Thanksgiving food will be served with veggie options. Come early if you want to help decorate (Nov 23, 15:00-22:00,… read more

Concert Ticket News: Top of the range tickets at Iron Maiden concert cost 666 kroner

The Royal Arena continues to attract the big names to Denmark, this past week confirming performances by British heavy metal… read more