In this month's City column we cover the latest round of investment in Copenhagen's new Carlsberg district, the growing popularity of the City Bikes, and plans to attract businesses fleeing a Brexit Britain
It was supposed to be a landmark that combined modern architecture, recreational facilities and sensible Danish waste management. But the multi-billion kroner waste-to-energy plant Amager Bakke will likely be a burden to taxpayers and might slow down other environmental waste strategies
In the City column this month: Public protest at decision to build on Amager Fælled, a new bridge completes the Harbour Circle, and the Royal Library refuses to ask for Pokéstops to be removed
Huge investments in sport and cycling offset limited investment in Copenhagen's culture, which may lead to the closure of the venue Pumpehuset
We recommend five events from the Golden Days Festival which runs until September 25
Slogans and smoke bombs filled the air as violence erupted between police officers and anti-fascists at a right wing rally in central Copenhagen last Saturday.
The 20th annual Copenhagen Pride parade kicks off today, the culmination of a week-long celebration of the right to be, and love, who you want. Around 200,000 people are expected to join the Pride Parade as it snakes through the city. But amidst the glitch and glitter it can be easy to forget Pride’s more serious side.
An exclusive shelter for refund collectors offers a recreational space to one of the festival’s most marginalised groups, subverting the idea of what it means to be a VIP at a festival
The City Council has approved new flood defences to protect the city from flooding after heavy rains
Advertorial – LetsGo is a carsharing service that provides you with easy access to a car as often as you need it, without the trouble of being a car owner
Copenhagen's overlooked natural reserve is to receive a 55-million-kroner make over to increase visitor numbers
The in ability to formulate a coordinated traffic plan between Copenhagen's many transport operators is putting extra strain on the city's already congested roads