Copenhagen is known for its bikes and green outlook - but what are the latest ways the Nordic nation is trying to lead the way on cutting back on carbon? Greg Lory went to find out.
The City of Copenhagen has set the very ambitious goal of becoming the world’s first carbon neutral capital by 2025.
In 1844 a band of boys were engaged by Tivoli amusement park founder Georg Carstensen as his guard of honour. Now there are 94 youth guards aged 8-16, including 20 girls.
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150 Santas from around the world made early Christmas preparations at their annual meet in Denmark
Police in Copenhagen say they made 28 arrests over the weekend of people riding electric scooters while intoxicated.
Traditional fishermen in the Danish village of Thorupstrand are pushing back against large-scale fishing operations that they say are threatening their livelihood and through that, their way of life.
The Copenhagen police arrested 14 men on Saturday night, after a shooting that injured several people.
Although Denmark is renowned for its liberal laws, a controversy swarmed the parliament Tuesday afternoon, after the Speaker told an MP her baby was 'unwanted'.
The world’s best city for cycling will host the start of the planet’s biggest bike race, it was confirmed today.
The Danish prime minister has announced proposals for a new island to be built by the harbour to also protect the city from rising sea levels
Last year, it welcomed just over 4.6 million people, making it the 24th most popular amusement park in the world. And it's kept up with technology by using virtual reality headsets for those on the 'Demon' named roller coaster!
City chiefs in Denmark and Sweden are looking at spending up to €4 billion on what is thought to be the world’s first international metro.
In these two ground-breaking VR experiences, discover Christiania, the self-governing, drug-dealing Copenhagen district in a seemingly never-ending conflict with authorities
A female body found in Copenhagen is that of missing Swedish journalist Kim Wall, say Danish police.
Wall had not been seen since going on a
Police have found a torso in a Copenhagen suburb but have not confirmed whether or not it belongs to missing Swedish journalist, Kim Wall.
In April Copenhagen Zoo welcomed a new polar bear from Russia, but soon after he arrived, visitors and the zoo’s vets noticed the bear had suffered a damaged…
Eerily life-like sculptures on display at a new art exhibition will leave visitors doing a double-take.
Museum where the exhibits interact with you
It is notoriously difficult for students to find affordable housing.
Denmark’s Queen Margrethe has taken on the role of a scenographer, designing the set for a new production of the classic fairytale Cinderella, at the Pantomime Theatre in…
Over one month since the theft of French sculptor Auguste Rodin’s “Man with the Broken Nose” from a museum in Copenhagen, police have released
Denmark’s prime minister has called national elections for 18 June. Helle Thorning-Schmidt’s centre-left Social Democrats are set to face stiff
Police in Copenhagen have made one arrest after raiding an apartment building in the area where the suspected killer from last month’s terror attack
Hundreds of mourners have attended the funeral of gunman Omar Abdel Hamid El-Hussein, who shot dead two people and wounded five others, in terror
A minute of silence was held in the Danish parliament on Tuesday for the two victims of shooting attacks in Copenhagen at the weekend.
Denmark's domestic intelligence agency (PET) has admitted it wa