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18 Jul, 2019
-2° Celsius

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Old Lego bricks potentially harmful to children, claims British study

Who doesn’t have at least a hundred pieces of old Lego labouring under or inside their furniture? Well, according to… read more

Socialdemokratiet sets out asylum overhaul in 2019 election mandate

Socialdemokratiet are the bookies’ favourites to form a government following the next general election, which will take place no later… read more

Danish News in Brief: Disgrace impending for under-pressure former mayor and immigrant baker

Former deputy mayor accused of further fiddling Copenhagen Municipality is not finished with Anna Mee Allerslev, reports BT. The municipality… read more

Danish food milestone reached in China

The Danish food and agriculture industry got some good news over the weekend when China officially approved the importation of… read more

Green Card meeting highlights new challenges

Last weekend, Greencard Denmark organised a meeting in Gladsaxe in collaboration with noted immigration lawyer Aage Kramp and the Indian… read more


Kids not the only ones up to mischief at Fastelavn in years gone by

Terrible stories circulate around the traditions behind Fastelavn, the beginning of the carnival season. Some claim it began as a… read more


Art Preview: When Picasso was pottering about and affordable for all

Picasso isn’t particularly well known for his ceramics, and this was by no means an early pursuit in his life,… read more

Concert Review: Romantic expression at its very best

Many came to witness a musical feast on January 20 at DR Koncerthuset. The soloist of the day was Swedish-born… 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

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