Newsletter Details – Page 695 – The Post
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01 Feb, 2018
4° Celsius

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Danish study: Spreading out immigrants a hindrance to integration

According to a new study conducted by Roskilde University, the Danish practice of spreading out immigrants to different parts of… read more

More Danish women forgoing critical cervical cancer screening

According to a new report from the national quality base for cervical cancer screening, Dansk Kvalitetsbase for Livmoderhalskræftscreening, fewer Danish… read more

Business News in Brief: Sulphur pollution still a problem in Danish waters despite new legislation

Seven shipping companies have been fined for violating new legislation regarding sulphur emissions, which were introduced in January 2015, and… read more

Danish PM reported to police in fishing quota case

Just six months ago, Lars Løkke Rasmussen stripped the minister for food and environment, Esben Lunde Larsen, of his duties… read more

Minister wants to force immigrant children to attend daycare from an early age

The children and social minister, Mai Mercado, has unveiled a new proposal that with force immigrants to place their infants… 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


Film in February: Filling the void that is the winter events vacuum

Five international film festivals are opening their doors in February: Void Film Festival (Jan 25-Feb 3), Night Terrors Film Festival (Feb… read more

February festivals: Wondercool remnants still burning strong

These two survivors of the February festival Wondercool offer a welcome distraction from what can be Denmark’s coldest and most… read more

On Screens: Erasing Kevin – even if it costs all the money in the world

Did you know Jean-Claude van Damme was cast to play the alien in Predator, but was replaced during filming? Some… read more

Concert Review: Worthy of the Colosseum, Alt-J are let down by the Forum

Forum was not the best choice of venue for Alt-J. Their atmospheric tones and waves of psychedelia are best experienced… read more