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25 Apr, 2018
13° Celsius

The Post |


Peter Madsen found guilty of premeditated murder

Peter Madsen has today been found guilty of the premeditated murder of the Swedish journalist Kim Wall aboard his submarine… read more

Denmark inks historic agreement with the World Economic Forum

Denmark has become the first country in Europe to sign a partnership with the World Economic Forum (WEF) to meet… read more

Danes wanted to count insects

The Natural History Museum has launched a project to map the diversity and range of insects across the country called Insektmobilen.… read more

Siumut wins Greenland elections despite setback

Greenland’s biggest party Siumut will continue at the helm of government on the world’s biggest island for the next four… read more

Denmark earmarks millions to crisis in Syria

The development minister, Ulla Tørnæs, has revealed today that Denmark will send 730 million kroner to help alleviate the ongoing… read more


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


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