After treacherous journey, Denmark provides no refuge for one asylum-seeker

After treacherous journey, Denmark provides no refuge for one asylum-seeker »

Khalil Hamdouna pokes his head out of his door, cringing at the sudden flood of early-morning sunlight in the hallway. Clearly just awoken, he says, “I’ll be right out.”

Why not learn Danish?

Why not learn Danish? »

The first argument of many internationals in Denmark when they explain why they don’t learn Danish: it is not a wide-spread language as

6 Levels To Pass If You Plan To Survive This Year’s Julefrokost

6 Levels To Pass If You Plan To Survive This Year’s Julefrokost »

 

By Alessandro Amato

There is a time of the year where you are allowed to forget about your body shape, your health

101 Christmas Trees

101 Christmas Trees »

Den Gamble By started its long-awaited Christmas season last Sunday

by Isabelle Bonenkamp

The open-air town museum “Den Gamble By” next to the

Join the Dark Side – Risskov

Join the Dark Side – Risskov »

This has nothing to do with Star Wars. Or maybe it does, a little. However, the winter, together with the darkness, is coming

Weekly Guide #47

Weekly Guide #47 »

by Lara Büsing

The Christmas market in Den Gamle By is finally open and the lights downtown have been turned on during Friday’s Christmas

Week 52

Week 52 »

The last week of the year we give you the news about The Danish King of Escapes, fewer cyclist killed in traffic and the white Christmas is canceled.

Lights, Camera, Aarhus!

Lights, Camera, Aarhus! »

12 Nov, 2014
CultureUncategorized

Jutland Station went to the opening of Aarhus Filmfestival, and presents you the top three must-sees of the week.

Zetland: Be a part of journalism

Zetland: Be a part of journalism »

1 Nov, 2014
CultureUncategorized

Suicide, warlords and community song in focus as Zetland Live visited Aarhus. With mix of reporting and theater, the journalistic stage show told emotional stories.

Week 44

Week 44 »

This Wednesday in the Danish Press offers you a perfect news mixture of both local and global: cyber attacks that “pulled” the plug