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12 Mar, 2018
6° Celsius

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Danish startup Tattoodo inks its mark on an old industry

First modelled by the ancient Egyptians, tattoos have been around for thousands of years. Tattoos to show, tattoos for show… read more

Danish News in Brief: Press photographer's case to go up to District Court

Back in 2015 Martin Lehmann, a press photographer for Politiken newspaper, was taking pictures of streams of refugees on the… read more

Concerns over unused beds allocated to dangerous psychiatric patients

Concerns are growing that 150 beds, which have been set up in secure surroundings for mentally-ill patients considered a danger… read more

Children marked for life by poverty, study shows

A new study carried out by Rune Vammen Lesner, an associate professor at Aarhus University, has established that children aged… read more

Roskilde the first city to 'go electric' on the buses

From April next year, the municipality of Roskilde intends to completely convert to buses powered by electricity. Twenty buses will… read more


A Dane Abroad: Learning about life at the 'aboard'ing school

Perched on the deck of the world’s oldest fully-rigged sailing ship still in operation, I watch a bunch of 16… read more


Early March Events: Set your clocks for DOX

The annual ten-day Copenhagen documentary film festival will present more than 200 films at venues across the city this spring,… 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

Performance Preview: A fine arts quartet to enjoy in March

Giuseppe Verdi’s mid-life masterpiece La Traviata (performances March 7 & 8) is an opera classic beloved the world over. Set… read more

Museums Corner: Begin as you mean to go on: Let there be light!

Winter getting you down? You’re not alone. As the season ploughs on with its grey and drizzly days, more and… read more