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14 Mar, 2018
4° Celsius

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One in ten Danish drinking water sources are contaminated

Denmark is facing a historic pollution case as it has been revealed that every tenth test sample taken from almost… read more

Danish officers charged in UAE leak case

Two Danish servicemen, a current and a former employee at the Danish embassy in Abu Dhabi, have been charged with… read more

Business News in Brief: Danish exports on the slide as neighbours lose interest

Danish exports are falling, according to data released by Danmarks Statistik and reported in BT. Downturn in Germany and UK… read more

Science and Tech News in Brief: Researchers given prestigious award for key Alzheimer’s work

Four researchers – Baart De Strooper (Belgium), Michel Goedert (Luxembourg), Christian Haass (Germany) and John Hardy (UK) – have been… read more

A cautionary tale: don't run before you can work – or if you do, don't broadcast it

In 2007 a woman was awarded compensation of 200,000 kroner per year for a whiplash injury as a consequence of… read more


Why Copenhagen's three-legged race makes sense on a Siberian winter's day

How do you keep warm on a cold Siberian winter’s night in a tent? Strip naked and share the sleeping… 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

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