Bicycle thefts in Aarhus: Using a good lock does not save your bike from being stolen

Bicycle thefts in Aarhus: Using a good lock does not save your bike from being stolen »

by Karakoz Ydyrys, photos by Vlad Dumitrescu-Petrica

Moving to Denmark, one of the most cycle-friendly countries in the world can be not so

The Israeli community in Aarhus

The Israeli community in Aarhus »

By Nili Fainguelernt, photos by Vlad Dumitrescu-Petrica

Anti-Semitic hostility is on the rise. From Jewish cemeteries being vandalized, to people suffering verbal abuse

The Ukrainians living in Denmark are keeping their cultural heritage alive

The Ukrainians living in Denmark are keeping their cultural heritage alive »

By Vasylyna Bulyk, photos by Olga Piskun

Preserving the culture and traditions in a new living environment, and integrating into society at the

Amazing job opportunity: writers wanted

Amazing job opportunity: writers wanted »

 

Jutland Station is looking for volunteer writers to join the new team starting with October 2019.

The volunteer writers are expected to

Aarhus City Welcome 2019

Aarhus City Welcome 2019 »

 

By Kirsten Vestergaard Lauridsen, City of Aarhus, photos by Per Ryolf, City of Aarhus

Once again, this September, the City of Aarhus

Challenged but not dying, the public libraries are more relevant than ever

Challenged but not dying, the public libraries are more relevant than ever »

 

By Madalina Paxaman, photos by Guki Giunashvili

As you stroll through Aarhus harbour, a majestic building immediately catches your attention. Known as

Nal’ibali – Reading for Enjoyment Campaign receives the Systematic Joy of Reading Award at Next Library 2019

Nal’ibali – Reading for Enjoyment Campaign receives the Systematic Joy of Reading Award at Next Library 2019 »

 

By Madalina Paxaman, photos by Guki Giunashvili

It is all about digitalization these days. The new technologies have radically changed our lives

Monthly Recap of Danish politics and society – March 2019

Monthly Recap of Danish politics and society – March 2019 »

 

By Gustav Hoejmark-Jensen

We are already well into the spring month of April, but there are plenty of reasons to dwell a

Parents in Denmark demand changes in kindergartens

Parents in Denmark demand changes in kindergartens »

 

by Guki Giunashvili, photos by Guki Giunashvili

Last week, on April the 6th, Aarhus Rådhuspladsen was filled with parents and their young

Building trust in a divided society

Building trust in a divided society »

 

By Madalina Paxaman, photos by Lars Nielsen, Jakob Spange and Jesper Lyng Michelsen

Bound by the new communication technologies that were