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Copenhagen to boost public transport and parklands.

Regional authorities have presented a new development plan for Copenhagen providing for the expansion and improvement of its public transport network and green spaces. Environmental concerns are not...
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Foreign tourists stay away from Copenhagen.

Figures just released by the VisitDenmark national tourist board have registered a four per cent drop in overnight hotel stays in Copenhagen during 2007 compared with the previous year. The number of...
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Beijing and Copenhagen conservatories sign cooperation agreement.

The Royal Danish Academy of Music (DKDM) in Copenhagen has signed an agreement with China
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Video surveillance in Copenhagen.

Following a spate of violent crimes in the city centre, Copenhagen police authorities and the municipal government have announced plans to install closed circuit television (CCTV) cameras in high-risk...
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Democrats Abroad Copenhagen open house.

Democrats Abroad Denmark are having an open house on Sunday 20 January at 14.00. To find out where, sign up at It is a get-together to discuss politics and voting in the upcoming...
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Democrats Global Primary, Copenhagen.

The Democrats Global Primary, the first time in American history for a political primary to be held abroad, will take place on
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Ten churches to close in Copenhagen.

Dwindling attendances and falling revenues are behind the probable closure of ten churches in the diocese of Copenhagen. The diocese
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Car sharing in Copenhagen.

Car-sharing clubs in Copenhagen have almost doubled their membership over the last three years according to a survey by the Jyllands-Posten newspaper. Around 4,200 people are now willing to pay the Dk...
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Copenhagen applies to become Fair Trade City.

Non-profit organization Max Havelaar and the Danish Association for International Cooperation (MS) are behind the Copenhagen city council
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Christmas in Copenhagen: Copenhagen gets its skates on.

Outdoor skating rinks across the Danish capital will be open to the public from the beginning of December until the end of February 2008. Skate hire and skate sharpening facilities are available at mo...
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Bikes in Copenhagen: Warning lights for cyclists.

The Copenhagen city council has approved the installation of warning lights at intersections where cycle paths cross main roads. Built into the paths
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Housing in Copenhagen: Nørrebro youth centre site up for sale.

The site of the controversial Ungdomshuset youth centre in the N
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Drugs in Copenhagen: Injection room for Copenhagen drug addicts.

City council health officials are to create a safe
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Copenhagen's public tranport: Mini-buses for Copenhagen’s centre city.

As of next year, environmentally-friendly electric mini-buses will be navigating the narrow cobbled streets of Copenhagen
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Copenhagen city council vetoes Tivoli tower.

Plans for a 102-m tower to be built in the Tivoli Gardens amusement park in central Copenhagen have been vetoed by a cross-party group of city councillors. Conservatives, liberals and members of the l...
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Rat plague in Copenhagen.

Reports of a baby being bitten by a rat while lying in his pram have drawn attention to Copenhagen
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Demolition beginning of the end for Christiania?

The demolition of the disused Cigarkassen building in Copenhagen


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