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23 Feb, 2018
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State institutions in Denmark vulnerable to hacking, expert reveals

Last summer one of Denmark’s biggest companies, Maersk, was hit by a hacking attack that paralysed its computer systems and… read more

Free measles jabs now available to adults

According to the World Health Organization, Denmark is one of the countries where measles has been more or less totally… read more

Copenhageners taking to the new system for sorting biowaste

For some time now, households in Copenhagen have had to sort rubbish into various categories so it can be recycled.… read more

Employment rates in Denmark on the rise

There was good news on the employment front at the end of last year. Figures from the national statistics keeper… read more

Danish government to no longer oil the wheels of fossil fuel extraction

The government announced on Wednesday that it is stopping all future oil and gas extraction from Danish land and internal… read more


The roar of Danish engines that were quietly forgotten

When the electric car HOPE Whisper crashed into the barriers at its press presentation at the Forum Exhibition Centre in… read more


Performance Preview: This clone wars is truly thrilling

Not sure whether it was good timing on behalf of Hollywood, but did you know that the film Multiplicity and… read more

Coming up Soon: cooking classes, comedy cartwheels and the chance to appear in 'Cabaret'

If life is a cabaret ol’ chum, maybe this is the calling you’ve been waiting for. Copenhagen Theatre Circle is… read more

Ballet Review: Worthy of its place alongside other classic Swan Lake renditions

On February 21, the Opera House held a performance of the beautiful ballet ‘Swan Lake’ by the Royal Danish Ballet.… read more

February Art: A quartet to whet the appetite

This coming month’s art schedule provides a range of options on themes stretching from contemporary food culture to an examination… read more