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27 Feb, 2018
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Nationwide public worker strike looms as talks break down with government

Talks on pay and conditions between employers and unions representing 180,000 state employees and around 500,000 people employed by Danish… read more

Business News in Brief: New Danske Bank report links Putin family to money laundering scandal

The surfacing of a new ‘whistleblower’ report in connection with Danske Bank’s money-laundering scandal in its Estonia branch has implicated… read more

The term 'welfare tourist' is misleading, suggests major new study

Ongoing public debate would appear to agree that Denmark is a destination used by many EU citizens in order to… read more

Volunteers required to pay deposits at Danish festivals

Being a volunteer at festivals in Denmark is immensely popular. You get a free ticket to the grounds with the… read more

Danish criminals more likely to be treated for mental illness than in Sweden

According to new figures from the Danish regions, Danish criminals are almost four times as likely to receive mental treatment,… read more


The double life of the Vesterbro storekeeper/safecracker

Chicago in the 1920s was famous worldwide as a mecca for criminals and organised crime. Big city crime, however, was… read more


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