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08 Jan, 2018
2° Celsius

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Asylum-seekers streaming out of Denmark

In 2015, loads of refugees and asylum-seekers flocked to Denmark and the rest of Europe in the wake of devastating… read more

More young people seeking help to escape honour-related conflicts

The number of young people who contact Red-Safehouse, which operates two hidden locations dedicated to young people fleeing so-called honour-related… read more

Denmark eyes ambitious culture stake with Germany

The cultural bonds between Denmark and Germany look to be considerably strengthened in the near future following an agreement regarding… read more

Roskilde Festival makes historic toilet change

If you’ve lived in Denmark for any extended period of time, it’s likely you’ve been to Roskilde Festival and been… read more

GEM project makes data on Greenland freely available to all

A treasure trove of information about Greenland and the Arctic is now at the disposal of the world’s researchers, thanks… read more


Get dialled in! Danes crowdfunding their way to the zenith of watchmaking

When investigating the revered art of watchmaking, it quickly becomes clear that the Swiss have got their time-piece mechanisms in… read more


Louisiana Channel: Supplying culture to the world

A tiny Danish video channel, based in the village of Humlebæk 35 km north of Copenhagen, is attracting large audiences… 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