Suggestions by politicians that Denmark’s wild wolf population could be fenced inside special reserves is a “panic measure” with no basis in common sense, according to Copenhagen Zoo’s scientific director.
Don't be fooled into thinking Dubrovnik itself is all this virtually untouched Riviera has to offer.
The Cannes Film Festival announced Thursday that Lars von Trier will return to the event this year for the first time since he was expelled in 2011 for saying he "sympathised" with Hitler.
Football superstars Ada Hegerberg and Liv Cooke are fronting a new UEFA campaign that encourages young girls to kick off careers in ‘the beautiful game’.
Four out of ten Danish companies say they have received job applications from applicants who do not actually want to work for them.
Strong winds at the beginning of this weekend will calm to bring about temperatures of up to 17 degrees Celsius.
Prime Minister Lars Løkke Rasmussen will meet former US President Bill Clinton in Copenhagen on Wednesday, the Prime Minister’s Office has confirmed.
Have no idea what a gækkebrev is or what a traditional påskefrokost entails? Don't worry, we have you covered.
A French nun who was called "the white angel" by Canadian soldiers she saved during one of the worst single disasters to befall Allied armies during World War II has died aged 103, authorities said Saturday.
Airline SAS cancelled flights from Scandinavia to Munich and Frankfurt on Tuesday due to strikes by airport staff in Germany.
Danish households have reduced food waste by an average of eight percent per person over the past six years, according to new figures from the Danish Environmental Protection Agency.
A task group formed by Denmark's government says the number of university degree programmes must be reduced.
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.
Poultry was all you needed to signal your status.
The number of people taking the train over the Öresund Bridge between Sweden and Denmark has increased, while the number choosing to drive over the crossing dropped.
Non-urgent operations such as knee and hip replacements could be severely affected if no deal is reached in an ongoing dispute between public sector authorities and trade unions.
Despite a small recovery in 2017, the number of people relocating across the Öresund between adjacent regions in Denmark and Sweden has stagnated in recent years.
Wondering where Denmark's diverse foreign residents come from, and where they live? We've had a look at the figures.
Don't worry, we're talking fiction. But the crime scenes from The Bridge are no less thrilling for that!