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  • Copenhagen healthiest city
    Society

    Copenhagen has ranked fourth in an analysis of 77 metropolises by The Wellbeing Index, which chiefly focuses on living costs, gender equality and mental health, comprising 15 different categories.

  • British citizens in Denmark BREXIT
    Society

    The United Kingdom’s decision to leave the European Union gives rise to great uncertainty about the future for all those concerned. In particular, the risk of a possible no deal-scenario is a source of great concern for British citizens and their family members living in Denmark. Together with the other EU Member States, Denmark has worked to come to an agreement with the United Kingdom on the Withdrawal Agreement.

  • Denmark rallies to win first-round playoff game
    Sport

    There was Drake Locklear’s 87-yard kickoff return to open the second half, which helped return the Denmark Vikings to the second round of the playoffs for the first time in 12 seasons when it sparked a rally for a 31-21 victory over Xavier. The win also returned a long-overdue favor to the Hawks, who had eliminated the Vikings in the second round in 2007.

  • Denmark easiest place do business
    Business

    For the ninth consecutive year, Denmark is the easiest place in Europe to do business according to the new ‘Doing Business 2020’ report published by the World Bank. Denmark’s overall score has improved compared to 2019.

  • Expats in Aarhus
    Opinions

    Today’s interview is with Grace, a British expat who is living in Denmark.  

  • Society

    Denmark is one of the most digitalized countries in the EU according to the recent Digital Economy and Society Index (DESI) 2019, published by the European Commission. Finland, Sweden, the Netherlands, Denmark and the United Kingdom make up the top five in the annual ranking.

  • Denmark start-up rankings
    Society

    According to the recently published Startup Ecosystem Rankings by Startup Blink, Denmark has failed to keep its place in the top 10. Denmark has tumbled from seventh to 16th down a rankings led by the US, the UK, Canada and Israel – the top four when the report was last published in 2017.

  • Copenhagen Art Exhibitions
    Culture

    From an ode to Leonard Cohen to the Danish Golden Age, there are events for everyone.

  • Copenhagen culture night 2019
    Culture

    More than 250 venues will be taking part in the city’s Culture Night celebrations, including theatres, museums, churches and public parks. As ever, the aim of the event is to provide locals and visitors with an inspiring (and sometimes surprising) vision of Danish culture at its very best.

  • Denmark Christmas Tivoli Gardens
    Culture

    16 November – 5 January the historic garden will be filled with glittering Christmas lights, the cutest wooden houses decorated with pine branches, and snow-covered trees to create that perfect Nordic Christmas atmosphere. Of course, Santa Claus and his reindeer will also be there to welcome everyone to the amusement park’s fun rides and the cosy Christmas market.

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