Looking at the glass towers and expensive apartments that are popping up around Copenhagen, it's easy to be pessimistic about Copenhagen's urban development. But architect Helle Søholt believes that the city is constantly learning from its mistakes to ensure that it maintains its character even when developers profit
Events to mark 150 years of diplomatic relations between Denmark and Japan have been held all year long – and there's still a lot to see and do
The Social Democrats remain the largest party in the polls, in large part due to its support of the government's strict immigration policies. But while this might make the party popular among voters, it is increasingly becoming alienated from the rest of the parties on the left wing
As house and apartment prices skyrocket, housing minister Ole Birk Olesen proposes slashing regulations to ensure a more varied and affordable housing market. But weakening requirements placed on developers could make Danish cities antisocial, segregated and unattractive
Lord Mayor Frank Jensen has agreed to find an alternate site for a housing development on Amager Fælled, after a majority in City Hall withdrew their support. But activists are concerned he may just change his mind after the election
Soldiers now guard the synagogue in central Copenhagen. So what do the city's residents think about the public military presence?
Michael Kvium's work walks a delicate tightrope between baroque beauty and the grotesque. He invites us to join the circus at his latest exhibition, 'Circus Europa', this month at Arken
We need new financial incentives to encourage media platforms to write stories that help people make informed decisions
Artist Eske Kath and singer Oh Land have created a container ship inside a church that asks questions about humanity's relationship with nature, what the future holds, and whether we can ever really change course
Following a number of damaging scandals at the tax authority SKAT, the government has announced plans to close it down and divide it into seven parts. It's a bold decision, but is it enough to fix a lack of funding, a culture of mismanagement and a lack of government oversight?
Universities are being asked to be more mindful of students who do not drink alcohol, after new research shows they are at higher risk of dropping out
Copenhagen's Lord Mayor, Frank Jensen, explains why the time has come to legalise cannabis