By Morten Scriver Andersen and Ellie Sellwood
Jutland Station gives you the weekly round-up of the biggest stories in the Danish press
By Morten Scriver Andersen
Dong Energy, Goldman Sachs and SF stepping out of government. Jutland Station gives you an overview of
Christine Wendel attends a Melodica night contributing to Aarhus’s trendy music scene.
The first establishing meeting of the Aarhus 2017 European Capital of Culture programme happened quite symbolically in Godsbanen on Monday, January 26. A former railway station and nowadays a cultural hub, Godsbanen was a perfect place to talk about change.
Businessmen and authorities agree that international workers are crucial for Jutland’s growth and competitiveness. But helping them integrate remains an ongoing challenge
Studying can be financially challenging, especially for an international student with little access to support from the Danish state. Jutland Station features one student’s
Snowstorms and high winds have battered Jutland in recent weeks. Is the region prepared? Are you prepared? Jutland Station investigates.
Week 4: The rape trial begins in India, no reprimand for PM and Denmark states its position regarding Syria »
Jutland Station gives you the weekly round-up of the biggest stories in the Danish press in English
10 points is very good in Denmark, a fail in China and doesn’t even exist as a grade in the United States. Confused?