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  • Goldman Clash Grips Danish Government After Coalition Split - Bloomberg

    DENMARK NEWS - Google News
    26 May 2015 | 12:27 am
    BloombergGoldman Clash Grips Danish Government After Coalition SplitBloombergMore than a year after Denmark's ruling coalition split apart amid a clash over Goldman Sachs's purchase of state assets, the case refuses to die. The issue at stake is whether the government was transparent in its handling of the deal. A recent
  • Reporting: ScienceEINSTEIN, Newton, and the Nature of the Universe: a Boomerang Bounce

    Denmark News
    25 May 2015 | 11:31 pm
    BRADENTON, Fla., Dec. 7. 2009 - Support for an accord on climate change in Copenhagen has come from a surprising place: Germany's mammoth re-insurer, Munich Re, which says huge losses due to climate change demand that "fundamental framework conditions should be established" iat the Copenhagen Climate Change Summit, whicxh opened today. "We cannot afford a delay at the expense of future generations," the company said in an official statement.
  • Op-Ed Contributor: Paris Can't Be Another Copenhagen

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    25 May 2015 | 12:45 am
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  • Current Weather Conditions In Copenhagen, 84, Denmark

    The Weather Channel: Your Local Weather Outlook--Copenhagen, 84, Denmark
    26 May 2015 | 1:40 am
    Partly Cloudy, and 50 ° F. For more details?
  • Strolling Singlehandedly

    Cycle Chic®
    25 May 2015 | 9:00 pm
    Sometimes circumstance, business or traffic make us dismount. And while singlehanded steering is... For the full photographic glory and the rest of the text, you know where to go. The Original Cycle Chic awaits.
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    DENMARK NEWS - Google News

  • Goldman Clash Grips Danish Government After Coalition Split - Bloomberg

    26 May 2015 | 12:27 am
    BloombergGoldman Clash Grips Danish Government After Coalition SplitBloombergMore than a year after Denmark's ruling coalition split apart amid a clash over Goldman Sachs's purchase of state assets, the case refuses to die. The issue at stake is whether the government was transparent in its handling of the deal. A recent
  • Austria and Denmark prove tough for Dave - Boston Standard

    25 May 2015 | 7:26 pm
    Boston StandardAustria and Denmark prove tough for DaveBoston StandardBoston golfer Dave Coupland has been in action at the Karnten Golf Club Open presented by Mazda. However, it wasn't the best of weekends as he missed out on the cut at Golfclub Schloss Finkenstein in Austria.
  • Danish radio station criticised for killing baby rabbit on air - BBC News

    25 May 2015 | 11:15 am
    BBC NewsDanish radio station criticised for killing baby rabbit on airBBC NewsA radio presenter in Denmark has killed a baby rabbit live on air, provoking listeners to campaign for a boycott. The 24/7 presenter was hosting a debate on animal welfare and said he carried out the killing to demonstrate the hypocrisy of animal Danish radio hosts kill baby rabbit on airThe Local Denmarkall 2 news articles »
  • Water innovation a way of life in Denmark - eco-business.com

    25 May 2015 | 1:59 am
    eco-business.comWater innovation a way of life in Denmarkeco-business.com[Magazine exclusive] Long a global leader in water innovation, Denmark is experimenting with some cutting-edge technologies that could revolutionise the way the resource is treated and re-used. The potential for these applications to be used in Asia in ...
  • Denmark on Fourth Friday docket - nwitimes.com

    24 May 2015 | 4:07 pm
    nwitimes.comDenmark on Fourth Friday docketnwitimes.comA northern European country with a population of 5.6 million, Denmark consists of three regions of more than 16,000 square miles (“smaller than Indiana”) and 400 islands. Although the native language is Danish, schoolchildren learn English and German
 
 
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    Cycle Chic®

  • Strolling Singlehandedly

    25 May 2015 | 9:00 pm
    Sometimes circumstance, business or traffic make us dismount. And while singlehanded steering is... For the full photographic glory and the rest of the text, you know where to go. The Original Cycle Chic awaits.
  • Grandma Express

    15 May 2015 | 9:00 pm
    Wonderful cycle moment. Decorated for full fire blast. I'm sure Grandma is loving it. Happy... For the full photographic glory and the rest of the text, you know where to go. The Original Cycle Chic awaits.
  • Little Red Riders

    11 May 2015 | 9:00 pm
    Blood Red, Bordeaux Red, Bright Red. Red is sure to light up the city scenery. Above: Making a... For the full photographic glory and the rest of the text, you know where to go. The Original Cycle Chic awaits.
  • Next Stop Summer

    8 May 2015 | 9:00 pm
    Spring is still holding off Summer. But here's a peek at what's coming around the corner. Above:... For the full photographic glory and the rest of the text, you know where to go. The Original Cycle Chic awaits.
  • Cool Copenhagen Cruisers

    3 May 2015 | 9:00 pm
    We have a few custom cruiser bikes cruising Copenhagen streets in the weekends showing off their... For the full photographic glory and the rest of the text, you know where to go. The Original Cycle Chic awaits.
 
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    Copenhagenize.com - Bicycle Culture by Design

  • Lego and Bicycles - Together Forever

    7 May 2015 | 8:46 am
    When you live in a home with over 20 kg of Lego, using it comes naturally. I noticed five years ago that I didn't have a lot of Lego bicycles. I soon discovered that they are rather hard to come by, despite the fact that Lego is, of course, Danish. In America, for example, the quickest way to get a Lego bicycle is buy the ambulance set. Seriously. Selling fear of cycling in a Lego box.But back in 2011 I wanted to do a rendition of the Copenhagen rush hour in Lego bicycles. I stripmined eBay in four countries buying bikes and mini-figures that resembled normal people. Finally, shot a series of…
  • The Best Bike Story This Week

    5 May 2015 | 1:42 am
    Yesterday I took back ownership of my own Bullitt cargo bike, when The Lulu and I picked it up at Larry vs Harry. You might have heard it was stolen back in March. After a week or so, I resigned myself to never seeing it again. I lived in hope, because another time it was stolen, the Danish internet helped me get it back.On Sunday evening, I got this photo sent via MMS and on Facebook. WTF. My bike parked outside Larry vs Harry. It was found at Christiania by a guy named Danni and taken from there and put outside Larry vs Harry. An amazing story. I called Danni and he was all like "no…
  • Felix and the Danish Cyclist Test

    23 Apr 2015 | 8:19 am
    My son Felix on the course of today's cyclist test for 6th graders in Denmark, in Frederiksberg, Copenhagen.Today was a fun day in my son Felix' young life. Together with the other 6th grade students at La Cour Vej School, he took part in the Danish "cyklistprøve" - or Cyclist Test.The test has been around since 1947. It's not mandatory but many schools choose to do it. When kids are in the 1st grade they get a week of initial cyclist "how-to" regarding rules of the road, etc. Then, in 6th grade, they rock the test like today. In my opinion, the test is great but it's also rather symbolic.
  • 7550 New Bike Parking Spots at Copenhagen Central Station

    10 Apr 2015 | 5:13 am
    For all of Copenhagen's badass mainstream bicycle culture, there remains one thing that the City still completely sucks at. Bicycle parking at train stations. At Copenhagen Central Station there are only about 1000 bike parking spots. Danish State Railways can't even tell us how many spots they have. They're not sure.Even in Basel they have 800+. In Antwerp they have this. Don't even get me started on the Dutch. 12,500 bike parking spots are on the way in some place called Utrecht. Amsterdam has a multi-story bike parking facility, floating bicycle barges round the back and are planning 7000…
  • Choreography of a Copenhagen Corner - Desire Line Analysis

    1 Apr 2015 | 6:18 am
    Desire Line Analysis: Choreography of a Copenhagen CornerCyclist Behaviour at a busy Copenhagen cycle intersectionBy Marie Lindebo Leth - Anthropologist For the next study in our Desire Line series we have picked a renowned Copenhagen bicycle hotspot: the Søtorvet / Dronning Louise’s Bro intersection. Over 40,000 bicycle trips are made through this intersection at a daily basis, making it one of the busiest in the world in terms of cyclist volume. Such numbers create a special need for appropriate bicycle infrastructure in order to accommodate the bicycle users crossing this point. At…
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  • Goodbye to Anna – Hello to the Newbie

    Astrid
    5 May 2015 | 10:52 am
    We sold our beautiful sailboat. Just this past weekend, she found new owners after being part of our family for the past 5 years. It was our choice, of course, because we found another boat that gives us a bit more space, and the luxurious addition of an aft cabin. All good. But the emotions of selling Anna, our beautiful Shipman 28, still caught us a bit by surprise. When we first bought Anna, sailing was fairly new to us. None of us had done any sailing recently, but Mads and I both love the sea, and we felt like we were spending too much money paying for charter holidays and not getting…
  • Big Decision – Big Dream

    Astrid
    24 Apr 2015 | 10:28 am
    This week, Mads and I made a huge decision for our family – we booked flight tickets for Christmas. And if that doesn’t sound huge to you, it’s probably because you haven’t seen the spreadsheet, we have had going, or had to ask for the 6 weeks off from your job. This Christmas we will not have the traditional Danish Christmas that I personally had E.V.E.R.Y single Christmas of my life. Never missed one. Love it too. But that’s only because we’re doing something awesome! We’re taking the girls to the other side of the univ… Nahhh, ok – the…
  • Storytel – Tells You Stories

    Astrid
    27 Jun 2014 | 7:08 am
    I know, that among blog readers, I should come across many true readers. You guys visit libraries and book stores, and you curl up on the couch under a knitted blanket with a cup of tea – as you passionately consume your next novel. That is, if you’re not knitting. But some of you are bound to be more like me. When I was young (like wayyy back…), I used to read that way too. For years now, I have found it too hard to concentrate – I have found that there are too many things to do, and too many hobbies to nourish. Always stuff going on in my head, that prevent…
  • Face Painting Tips And Some Nice Links

    Astrid
    1 May 2014 | 2:43 am
    I have gone a little bit face painting crazy. Some of you have seen it on my Instagram, some on my Pinterest, and some of you could also have seen it here on the blog, particularly when I have been making shrovetide costumes for the girls. I just find that it’s lots of fun being able to paint the girls and their friends, and it is kind of addictive. First of all, as a face painter, I am a happy amateur. I try my way through the different products and knowledge sources out there, but I am no expert. Having said that, I receive so many questions about my face painting, and I have long…
  • Elsa from Frozen – DIY

    Astrid
    5 Mar 2014 | 12:58 pm
    During Christmas break we saw the Disney movie “Frozen” with the girls, and since then the girls’ fascination with Elsa from Frozen and her magical icy powers has been rather dominant at our house. Now, shrovetide was this past weekend, and Ronja explicitly wanted to go as Elsa. Initially I thought she could do better than choosing a Disney princess at the age of 9, but oh, well. The girls should go as what they want – and I do understand the fascination to some extend. Fabric: I spent a lot of time searching for the right fabric. I have seen that some of you guys from…
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  • EU Slams Russia Over New Anti-NGO Law...

    Naijafreetree
    24 May 2015 | 1:56 pm
    EU slams Russia over new anti-NGO law http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/punchng/NEWS/~3/dd9AV_giUg0/ EU slams Russia over new anti-NGO law The EU has criticised Russian President Vladimir Putin for enacting a law banning what Moscow deems to be undesirable non-government organisation. Under the law signed by Putin on Saturday, Russian authorities can ban foreign NGOs and prosecute their employees, who risk up to six years in prison or being barred from the country. The new law is a “worrying step in a series of restrictions on civil society, independent media and political opposition”, a…
  • The Golden Hour

    NinhTran09
    24 May 2015 | 1:38 pm
    The Golden Hour http://ift.tt/1GwZJeg @Nick___: This is on Getty Images Copyright All rights reserved by Nick Brundle – Photography. Available for licensing and purchase on Getty Images. We had a stunning sunset last evening. This is one of the oldest churches in Denmark dating back to 1142 located in a picturesque spot in the Danish countryside. My Getty Images Getty Editorial. 500px My Portfolio Flickr #Landscapes #Trending #Popular #Buzzing #Viral #Picture
  • With Ireland, yet another pink domino topples; next up, the United States

    Robert
    24 May 2015 | 1:13 pm
    EFE/EPA/Aidan Crawley photo People in Dublin celebrate the passage of same-sex marriage in the widely-considered conservative nation of Ireland yesterday by more than 60 percent of the vote. Of course, this isn’t all about the Catholick church; it’s about human rights and freedom. The news story headline from today “Church reels after Ireland’s huge ‘Yes’ to gay marriage” made me giddily happy, but the news story misses so much. It begins: Dublin (AFP) — The once-dominant Catholic Church in Ireland was trying to come to terms [today] with an…
  • Where Would YOU Like To Travel?

    Caitlin (A Little Daydreamer)
    24 May 2015 | 1:00 pm
    Dear Awesome Reader, Did you know that people from 52 different countries have visited my blog? I find that so incredible! Anyway, previously I have mentioned that I would love to do some travelling when I’m a bit older and so I thought that I would share some of the countries that I would like to visit! Firstly, I would love to visit New Zealand because of the beautiful landscapes and obviously I would LOVE to see Hobbiton! I would also like to visit Australia because of the amazing beaches and France because I like the language! I would also like to visit other countries such as Denmark,…
  • Saturday SkandiDrama: 1864 Parts 3 & 4

    mbc1955
    24 May 2015 | 12:49 pm
    Laust and Peter at war Oh, but this really is superb. The 2014 Danish historical drama about a part of European history that most will find obscure continues to demonstrate that intelligent writing and first class acting are unmatchable when it comes to drama, and that it is increasingly shameful that Denmark can do this so regularly whilst the UK TV industry can only achieve anything comparable in tiny bursts of intensity, usually relating to serial killers and/or violence to women. Two further episodes in, we are starting to get a clearer grasp on the structure of the series. Now that Peter…
 
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