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26 Apr, 2018
12° Celsius

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Government unveils new energy plan

Earlier this week, the government unfurled plans for Denmark to have one of the world’s biggest offshore energy parks. Now,… read more

Denmark among most expensive places in Europe for petrol

According to the new Europe’s Fuel Price Index, published by the British online tyre firm Just Tyres, Denmark is among… read more

Justice ministry estimates up to 200 eligible for compensation in Tibet case

Although it will likely never be possible to fully get to the bottom of the events surrounding the visit of… read more

Newly-discovered works from world-famous Danish avant-garde artist go on display

When the family of Vagn Ove Jorn were clearing his house after his death they found a suitcase containing a… read more

A potentially grave situation for Danish churchyards

The association of Danish cemetery administrators estimates that around half of the total churchyard area in Denmark is not being… 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


Performance Review: Another gem to be proud of from the CTC's favourite son

“It is a truth universally acknowledged” … that ‘Pride and Prejudice’, originally written by Jane Austen, is a classic and… 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