Newsletter Details – The Post
<< back to list
13 Mar, 2018
4° Celsius

The Post | cphpost.dk

News

Peaceful march for US gun control to be held in Copenhagen

There is little doubt that the ongoing debate over gun control in the US has generated much consternation in other… read more



International News in Brief: Putting women first at meeting of UN commission

Ulla Tørnæs, the development minister, and Karen Ellemann, the gender equality minister, released a strongly-worded statement ahead of the 62nd… read more

Massive nationwide police traffic campaign this week

Police across the country are keeping a watchful eye out for drivers who are forgoing their seatbelts and using their… read more





New rules on preserving email correspondence in public bodies needed, say politicians

Just before Christmas last year, after two years’ work at a cost of 23.3 million kroner, the Tibet Commission finally… read more

Culture News in Brief: Nobody wants to be implicated in the Shithole

Ian Fleming routinely used the names of his friends and associates as characters in his books – but he never… read more





Featured

Danish Capital in 2018: Confident cheerleading doesn't cut it

What have the modern medium of Twitter, the quaint Swiss mountain village of Davos and Washington’s grand Capitol building got… read more



Events

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

Concert review: Soul for sale – Bilal at Lille Vega

Bilal is one of R&B’s iron men – still standing all these years later, if his show in  an intimate… 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

Concert Review & Video Q&A: Rapsody in groove

Rapsody stormed the stage at Pumpehuset, and the audience didn’t know what hit them. The friendly hip-hop giant then stayed… read more