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14 May, 2018
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News

Paying off! More Danish babies being born via donated eggs

Last year, 222 children were conceived in Denmark using donated eggs. That is four times as many as just two… read more



Nearly half of Danes struggle with sleep disorders

Over 45 percent of Danes are bothered by varying degrees of sleep difficulties, according to a study by Sundhedsstyrelsen, the… read more

Fewer runners in this year’s Telenor Copenhagen Marathon

Runners in yesterday’s Telenor Copenhagen Marathon enjoyed excellent weather as they made their way through the streets of the capital. They… read more





Denmark maybe not so ‘green’ after all

Denmark is far from the top of the class when it comes to combating climate change – at least according to… read more

Nearly half of Danes struggle with sleep disorders

Over 45 percent of Danes are bothered by varying degrees of sleep difficulties, according to a study by Sundhedsstyrelsen, the… read more





Featured

Combating the Charleston: While the US prohibited alcohol, Denmark banned invitations to dance

The Danes have never shied away from the dancefloor. Fogtdal’s Illustrated Times, an album of early 20th century Danish nostalgia,… read more



Events

Coming Up Soon: Jolly hockey sticks, comedy nights and quiz nights

Copenhagen’s oldest field hockey club, KH hockey, is playing host to the biggest tournament in its 114-year history. Contested by… read more

May Events: Architecture, antiquities, ale

Copenhagen Architecture Festival May 3-16; various venues; cafx.dk 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, kglteater.dk 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