Week 9: 350 jobs lost at Aarhus University, small towns at risk and Jutland cities to become metropolises »
By Ellie Sellwood and Morten Scriver Andersen
Jutland Station gives you the week’s biggest news from the Danish press. This week saw 350
By Steven Musch and Tatiana Tilly
Domenique Wybo (20) is a Belgian exchange student, who chose to study in Aarhus partly because of
A Danish TV series has the potential to bring Nordic Noir fans on a pop-culture pilgrimage to Aarhus – west from the pull of Copenhagen.
The entrepreneurial spirit was hovering over Aarhus last week, when aspiring entrepreneurs from different backgrounds gathered at a 54-hour long event.
Money makes the world goes round – and whether it’s Aarhus University or Haderslev Kommune, Jutland just doesn’t seem to have enough of it. Fortunately, Jutland Briefing explains all.
Week 8: Denmark reacts to violence in Ukraine, potential privatisation of welfare and a new animal slaughter law »
Jutland Station gives you an update of this week’s news in The Danish Press in English.
Being the home of Marius, the world’s most famous dead giraffe, has not earned Denmark good publicity abroad. But the outcry appears to