CO2 emissions are likely to increase in Denmark in coming years, despite a recent government plan to reduce them, according to a report.
Five girls between the ages of 12 and 14 on Sunday drove a car through the Danish capital after stealing it from a rental company.
Iceland has long been known as one of the most beautiful places in the world, but over the past few years it has also come to be viewed as a rather unusual hotbed of football talent. Here are 12 other things that you might not know about Iceland.
A number of basic things must be organised when you begin working in Denmark.
Admirers of inspiring landscapes, history, adventure, and Mediterranean cuisine will be delighted by each area of Croatia's Zadar Region.
Temperatures of between 16 and 21 degrees Celsius with localised showers are forecast this week.
Europe’s first business school continues to attract students from all around the world.
Denmark has an undisclosed agreement with Somalia to return individuals to the Northeast African country, according to reports.
The Local is the first Danish media to interview Lebanese band Mashrou’ Leila, who played for the first time in Denmark on Saturday at the NorthSide festival in Aarhus.
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A 45-metre-high observation tower to be built in preserved forest Gisselfeld Klosters Skove, one hour south of Copenhagen, is expected to be completed by the autumn.
Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) is moving its Hong Kong route from Stockholm's Arlanda Airport to Copenhagen, starting this year.
65,000 fourth grade (age 10-11) Danish children will be provided with microcomputers when they return to schools after the summer holidays.
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.
A team of international scientists, including three Danes, on Monday begins research at the watery home of one of folklore’s greatest myths.
"The bloodiest, most terrifying day in Stockholm's history" is being relived in a new play.
A national bus operator and an occupational health doctor have spoken out to debunk immigration minister Inger Støjberg’s claim that fasting during Ramadan is a potential safety risk.
The mayors of Copenhagen and Malmö say that an underground train line connecting the two cities – and thereby Sweden and Denmark – across the Öresund strait would strengthen Scandinavia’s position in Europe.
A Danish minister known for her strong anti-immigration views on Monday May 21st called for Muslims to take time off work during the fasting period of Ramadan, saying the practice is "dangerous for all of us".
Internationals working in Denmark are more satisfied with their work-life balance than in any other country, according to a survey.