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British research institute ranks Aarhus as world’s happiest city

Lena Hunter
February 7th, 2024


Zurich is second, followed by Vancouver, New York and Geneva. Four Danish cities are part of the top 200, but the ranking has attracted criticism for its methodology. Plus, a new national public health survey finds smoking and mental health are declining, Ørsted makes a big loss in 2023 and announces job cuts, and a Danish diamond heiress is acquitted of adultery in Dubai.


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Aarhus has been ranked the happiest city in Denmark – but Danish researchers have swiftly voiced criticism of the accolade. Photo: Photopop/VisitAarhus

Zurich is second, followed by Vancouver, New York and Geneva. Four Danish cities are part of the top 200, but the ranking has attracted criticism for its methodology. Plus, a new national public health survey finds smoking and mental health are declining, Ørsted makes a big loss in 2023 and announces job cuts, and a Danish diamond heiress is acquitted of adultery in Dubai.

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