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20 Dec, 2017
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News

Danish intelligence service report spotlights biggest threats to Denmark

The Danish defense intelligence service Forsvarets Efterretningstjeneste (FE) presented its risk assessment Tuesday, revealing what the agency considered the main… read more



Danish News in Brief: Two cars hit by stones thrown from Danish motorway bridge

Two cars hit by stones thrown from Danish motorway bridge Large stones were thrown from a motorway bridge near Odense… read more

More Danes choosing alcohol-free beer

Beer-loving Danes are starting to develop a taste for alcohol-free beer. Sales of alcohol free beer have risen significantly over… read more





Business News in Brief: Copenhagen Airport acquires signficiant loan to expand

The company that operates Copenhagen Airport has acquired a 900 million kroner loan from Nordic Investment Bank to finance further… read more

December Art: Louisiana and George Condo at 60

7 X Space X Time & George Condo: The Way I Think Louisiana, Gl Strandvej 13, Humlebæk; louisiana.dk Ahead of… read more





Featured

At Christmas, when expectation is everything, the waiting is almost over

Advent means ‘coming’ and refers to the coming of Christ, and its sense of expectation plays a huge part in… read more



Events

Coming Up Soon: Christmas cuisine, carols, choirs and classical music

Danish Christmas lunch for 80kr Curious about the Danish Christmas? Start with glögg and æbleskiver and learn about traditions before… read more

Concert Review/Q&A: Sweet singing, plot twists and deep stories

Marc E Bassy’s vocal ability was on full display in Copenhagen at Ideal Bar. Backed by a DJ and guitarist… read more





December Events: Let the little mermaid battle commence

European Shortcourse Swimming Champs Dec 13-17; Royal Arena, Hannemanns Allé 18, Cph S; tickets from 125kr, euroswim2017.com Copenhagen is holding… read more

Opera Review: A kind of magic alright

Once again, the Copenhagen Opera has left audiences laughing, crying and on their feet with its production of Mozart’s ‘The… read more