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23 Mar, 2018
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English language becoming a force in Danish universities

University students in Denmark are increasingly finding themselves having to read and speak English in the classrooms. According to figures… read more

Danish shipping fearful of US-China trade dispute

The newly-sparked trade war between the US and China is being viewed with concerned eyes by the Danish shipping industry.… read more

Government agrees to free medicinal cannabis for terminally-ill patients

A new agreement has been reached between the government and Dansk Folkeparti in order to reduce the price of cannabis… read more

F1 a step closer to Copenhagen's streets

For some time now, Copenhagen has been branding itself as a green city full of happy cyclists. So it was… read more

CPH Zoo tragedy: New male tiger kills female

When Copenhagen Zoo received its new male tiger three weeks ago from Moscow, it was supposed to signal a new… read more


Industrial action in Denmark: Here's what the lockout means to you

Does the looming lockout next month leave you feeling anxious and perplexed? What about the kids? can they still go… read more


Spring art and other events in Copenhagen

This coming month’s art schedule provides a wide range of options for gallery visitors. In the exhibition #Whatif? (Kunsthal Charlottenborg,… read more

Performance Review: Elektra-fying, but needed some shaping up

March 21 marked the opening night of ‘Elektra’ performed by the CBS Theater at Huset’s House of International Theatre (HIT).… 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