Large swathes of Denmark, including the capital Copenhagen will be basking in tropical temperatures of around 30C on Thursday and Friday as the country enjoys the first heat wave of the summer.
Following a career abroad can be exciting and challenging in equal measure. Many people struggle to adapt as they attempt to deal with culture shock, new ways of working, a different language, and being distant from friends and family. So, how can you better look after your mental health?
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Safe streets, opportunity in the workplace and a great quality of life are some of the reasons graduates choose to stay in Denmark. Here, four graduates talk about their journey from student to working life.
There's something heroic about the way Danes and Swedes insist on trying to communicate with one another using their own languages, but more often than not end up nodding, smiling, and only pretending to understand. Why not give up and just speak English?
Some people move abroad for an irresistible job offer. But if you decide to settle in a new country for love or adventure, finding work can all too quickly become your biggest source of stress.
People living abroad often retain strong links to their home countries. They should also get a vote, argues James Savage.
Danish salaries are the highest in the European Union -- and given the prices, some would say they need to be. We looked at what jobs pay the most.
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Denmark's infectious diseases agency SSI is setting up a study which it hopes be able to determine whether the UK variant of Covid-19 is 70 percent more transmissible, with the first results expected within "one or two weeks".
Travel is opening up around Europe, but most countries still have testing requirements in place for adults. When it comes to under 18s, however, the rules vary widely on who is exempt and who needs a test.