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04 May, 2018
16° Celsius

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Stone Age settlement found in the middle of Copenhagen

Archaeologists from the Museum of Copenhagen have made a rather sensational discovery: evidence of a settlement estimated to be around… read more

Get to know your neighbour and improve the quality of your life, research indicates

If you’ve ever needed to borrow a cup of sugar urgently from your neighbour, but were stymied by the thought… read more

Crime News in Brief: Detected data cock-up could lead to law change

An analysis of Danmarks Statistik data relating to the municipal help given to child victims of violence and sexual assault… read more

Danish schools lack rules to combat high absenteeism

One-third of headteachers in Danish schools say there are no guidelines in place for them to deal with excessive absenteeism.… read more

Swapping toys for pencils: an earlier start to Danish schooling

Many new arrivals to Denmark are often surprised to learn that elementary schooling in Denmark is somewhat pedestrian. Serious classes… read more


More than a silver lining: Danes return with sustainable underwear

Two years ago, Organic Basics crowdfunded its first line of SilverTech underwear, propelling it into the upper echelons of sustainable… read more


Performance Review: All hail a rendition as impressive as Jackie-O's rise

Disclosure time: I’ve never seen the classic 1977 documentary ‘Grey Gardens’ (or the 2009 TV movie starring Jessica Lange); I… read more

May Events: Architecture, antiquities, ale

Copenhagen Architecture Festival May 3-16; various venues; The fifth edition of the festival will once again include a program of… read more

Spring Performance: May the stage never be empty!

The Exterminating Angel May 6; Operaen, Ekvipagemestervej 10, Cph K; 150-925kr, Inspired by a 1962 Spanish surrealist film, this English-language opera… read more

May Art: Germany's best kept secret wasn't the V2

Gabriele Münter was a photographer before she started painting in 1900, and she also best known for her drawings, watercolours and… read more