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22 Dec, 2017
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Japanese company wins competition to build culture centre on Copenhagen’s Paper Island

A unanimous jury have selected Japanese architect firm Kengo Kuma and Associates as the winner of the architect competition to… read more

Danish News in Brief: Danish police say motorway stone throwers are serial offenders

Danish police say motorway stone throwers are serial offenders Police on Funen are now calling those responsible for dropping stones… read more

Copenhagen Police decide not to renew stop-and search zone

Copenhagen Police have decided to let the stop-and-search zone it established in Nørrebro and Nordvest during last July’s gang violence… read more

Danish pizzeria offering free pizza and kebab to the lonely and homeless on Christmas Eve

The owner of Oasen Pizzeria in Hvidovre believes that no one should be lonely or hungry at Christmas. Faruk Atay… read more

Emergency medical hotline may be short of doctors for Christmas and New Year’s Eve

Just a few days before Christmas Eve it is still unclear who will be handling calls at the Copenhagen administrative… read more


Polar attraction, in life and in death: Forever Peter the Great

If you were asked to picture an adventurer in your head, chances are you’d come up with the image of… read more


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, 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