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20 Apr, 2018
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News

Denmark among highest quality nationalities in the world

According to the latest Kochenov Quality of Nationality Index (QNI), published today by Henley & Partners, Denmark is among the highest quality… read more



Danish government to lengthen loan of Challenger aircraft to border task force

For two more months during 2018 Denmark has decided to allow its Challenger aircraft to be put at the disposal… read more

Supermarket chain Fakta to close 47 branches

Today, around 900 employees of the Coop-owned supermarket subsidiary Fakta will receive the unwelcome news that they will shortly be… read more





Lars von Trier invited to return to Cannes seven years after Nazi drama

Controversial Danish film director Lars von Trier has been invited to return to the Cannes Film Festival seven years after… read more

The future is here: Nets closing in on finger-based payment solution

Less than three years ago, the long-anticipated contactless Dankort was rolled out to replace the traditional card that used PIN… read more





Featured

Archaeologists may have found Copenhagen’s oldest church

When it emerged in February that a team of archaeologists had been secretly excavating 20 skeletons under City Hall Square,… read more



Events

Concert Review: Can't feel the ground beneath our feet!

On Thursday April 12, Pumpehuset welcomed two bands from North America: Earthless and Comet Control. Both groups gave their best, ensuring… read more

Cos we like to play at being Japanese

Over 3,000 people will attend the annual festival that celebrates the best of Japanese anime, manga, cosplay and games. The… read more





Concert Review: Bonkers for the boisterous Brit

Giggs brought epic rhymes, swagger and boundless energy to DR’s concert hall. The show was, in a word, ‘rambunctious’ thanks… read more

Late April Events: Two days without sleep

Copenhagen’s unique Nørrebro neighbourhood will celebrate its annual culture festival in rare form this spring. The notoriously vibrant area will… read more