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21 Mar, 2018
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Employment levels in Denmark at record-breaking high

At the end of January this year there were a record number of people employed in Denmark as the figures… read more

Danish research: Ground rules can halt youth drinking

When parents set firm ground rules for drinking as kids, their children drink less than their counterparts, according to new… read more

Lost in translation: interpreters again in the spotlight over serious errors

A new and critical report from the Danish national auditor Rigsrevisionen has drawn attention to serious deficiencies among interpreters employed… read more

Making a difference with Team Peru

‘Team Peru’ is an overseas learning program created by Copenhagen International School. The program, which originated in 2005, provides students… read more

CIS: realising a singular vision

CIS is situated by the water at Levantkaj in Copenhagen’s new CO2 neutral suburb. It’s a lively, bustling area; where… read more


Denmark's Jack the Ripper was a pilferer not a prostitute killer

Anyone taking a stroll down Howitzvej in the enclave of Frederiksberg would be forgiven for thinking it is just another… read more


CPH:DOX reviews: ‘Minding the Gap’ & ‘Latifa: a fighting heart’

Film: Minding the Gap More screenings on March 20 at Empire Bio & March 23 at Hotel Cecil ★★★★★★ This… read more

Performance Review: La Traviata lights up Gamle Scene

Originally written by Giuseppe Verdi in 1853, Den Jyske Opera’s production of the classic piece premiered on Copenhagen’s Gamle Scene… read more

Performance Review: Roll up for the mystery tour – satisfaction guaranteed

The set-up of the play was simple. The entire stage was more or less empty with only a big, green… read more

CPH:DOX reviews: 'Faces Places' & 'Golden Dawn Girls'

Film: Faces Places More screenings on March 19; Grand Teatre & March 24; Charlottenborg; 90-95kr ★★★★★☆ This documentary is a… read more