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26 Feb, 2018
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News

Crimes in Denmark's vulnerable neighbourhoods to be punished twice as hard

A new government proposal seeks to hand out stiffer punishment for crimes committed in Denmark’s vulnerable districts – those contentiously… read more



International News in Brief: Denmark: those behind brutality in Syria must be held accountable

In the wake of the UN Security Council voting to enact a 30-day ceasefire in Syria, Denmark has urged the… read more

Danish commerce suffering due to EU’s missed targets

Products that use radio transmitters are an essential part of our lives. They aid a whole range of activities, from… read more





Siberian chill sweeping across Denmark

If you thought that spring was just around the corner, you can think again. Nah, keep those heavy coats and… 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





Featured

King Erik: the only Danish king to be buried abroad, but where in Cyprus is his body?

One of Denmark’s most beloved monarchs, crusader King Erik Ejegod (Erik the Good), died in Paphos in southwest Cyprus 914… read more



Events

Performance Review: Daring to ask whether humanity's number is up

The evening began with a scientific and spiritual debate between a panel of three experts on various matters related to… 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





On Screens: Is the shape of things to come statuesque?

With 13 Oscar nominations, The Shape of Water (86 on Metacritic; released on March 1) is in select company, as… read more

Performance Review: Theatre we can all enjoy with Vanessa, Zimba and Dina ... and like!

For a play not short of words, playwright Christopher Durang would have marveled at how the best lines during this… read more