New rules mean that container housing can be erected on unused municipal land for ten years, instead of just three
The launch of the P4G initiative at the UN last month reasserts Denmark's international leadership in fighting climate change and championing sustainability. But at home, Denmark's climate ambitions are starting to falter
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
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?
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?
Copenhagen's Lord Mayor, Frank Jensen, explains why the time has come to legalise cannabis
The Social Democrats control over Copenhagen City Hall hangs in the balance over their support of a redevelopment on Amagerfælled
While parliament is divided over whether to legalise cannabis, Copenhagen City Hall is in favour, arguing that it could undermine the violent gangs that control the lucrative billion-kroner industry
Everything you need to know about Copenhagen's new organic recycling programme
Copenhagen's latest landmark recycling initiative promises to help the city accomplish its sustainability goals – if they can collect enough organic waste to make it profitable
It's been a violent summer in Nørrebro with more than 26 shootings. But this increase in gang activity arrives as gang membership and youth crime is dropping. Sociologist Aydin Soei argues that earlier intervention is a better tool than tougher penalties