The "Little Mermaid" statute in Copenhagen, one of the city's most famous monuments, was vandalised on Tuesday by animal rights activists outraged over whaling, police said.
You don't have to leave Sweden to find beaches, wine, and world-class chocolate...
Cyclists in Copenhagen will now be able to pick up information about two-wheeled traffic jams en route through the Danish capital.
A career in the culinary world is a pipe dream for many. But for those with the passion and determination to make it a reality, Ferrandi Paris is a clear choice.
Two foreign ticket-sales companies have entered the Danish market, selling concert tickets that are often far more expensive than the actual sales price.
You may think Switzerland is all about winter holidays. But it’s also a summer paradise with the power to transform your career thanks to outstanding programmes from Swiss Education Group.
Denmark will see its warmest temperatures so far this year in the coming week, with some parts of the country enjoying up to 25°C.
You don’t have to be an architect or a tree-hugger to be dazzled by this new generation of wooden buildings.
Police are investigating after someone placed body parts of dead pigs on wooden stakes at the construction site of a planned mosque in Erfurt.
Finding love locally has never been easier. Find out why.
Anti-migrant political discourses and exclusionary migration policies are having a harmful impact on migrants, including in Denmark, according to a new report.
Two new water parks and a major upgrade at Tivoli.
Scandinavian design, famous for its simplicity and quirky elegance, is taking the world by storm - we explore the capital to find out more.
The city of Aarhus will refund parking tickets worth 341,000 kroner ($51,000) after a clerical error, the city’s municipality has announced.
Golnaz Hashemzadeh Bonde is one of Sweden's most interesting young entrepreneurs, working hard to combat social exclusion through innovation. But it hasn't been an easy journey.
A Danish government project to encourage students in poorer areas with financial incentives is struggling to catch on.
It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s...kind of both.
If you're going to own a swimming pool in a Nordic nation, you may as well do it with style. Houzz.se editor in chief Sara Norrman takes a look at some of Scandinavia’s most striking pools.
How has global demand for the most sought-after designers changed in last decade? A new report from leading art and auction search engine Barnebys reveals some surprising trends.
A Danish clean energy company and its technical partners have financed and installed renewable energy technologies providing 70 percent of the power on the Azores island of Graciosa.
No two people and no two expat stories are the same – so why should health plans be?
SAS announced its January passenger numbers on Tuesday, saying that 1.9 million travellers choose the Scandinavian airline last month.
Danish parents want dietary recommendations for their vegan infants, but the National Board of Health refuses, reports Berlingske.
A spokesperson for Denmark’s governing Venstre party says that police can enforce a law against the use of jetskis in harbours, after an accident involving the high-speed water bikes claimed two lives Saturday.
Six out of ten Danes want increased surveillance such as CCTV cameras in public places to help prevent terrorism, according to a new survey.
Justin Cremer, The Local Denmark’s editor since the site’s very launch, is saying goodbye as he prepares to move back to the United States. Here he reflects on what he’s most likely to miss after nearly seven years in Copenhagen.