Category Archives: Denmark

Bornholm tops growth league in Denmark

Bornholm Municipality is booming, or at least it is according to the increase in its GDP over the last decade. Between 2008 to 2015, it rose by 10.7 percent – the highest rate in Denmark, according to an analysis by Momentum based on figures from Statistics Denmark. Thanks Folkemødet! The

Only 12 of the 98 Danish municipalities have a female president

According to figures released by SKL in Sweden and Statistik Danmark, there are proportionally more female politicians in Sweden than Denmark. In Sweden, 37 percent of the country’s municipalities – including its three biggest cities, Stockholm, Gothenburg and Malmö – have a female leader, compared

Piss spirit of Danes killing the capital’s trees

In Copenhagen, peeing residents has gone so far that several large trees must be felled. Outside Trinitatis in Copenhagen are two large mighty trees, but their fate is sealed because of urination Copenhageners. Namely the roots are damaged so that the trees must be felled.

Living Lab Tours

Reintroducing Greater Copenhagen’s Living Labs around Copenhagen’s capital region to the public to see, share and participate in “Living Lab Tours” to support innovating the region. Some of the programs that started are describe below: Copenhagen Street Lab Copenhagen Street Lab is Copenhagen’s testarea for Smart City

Denmark’s best hotel is situated on Lolland

The world’s largest travel website, TripAdvisor, has named Bandholm Hotel as Denmark’s best with parameters such as location, accommodation quality, service and cleanliness. On the north coast of Lolland overlooking Smålandshavet is Denmark’s best hotet, at least as per TripAdvisor, which has just published their

Denmark the worst in Scandinavia at integrating

When it comes to integrating non-Danes into the national workforce, Denmark fares poorly compared to both Sweden and Norway. New figures from the national statistics keeper Danmarks Statistik reveal that although the Danes take in the fewest refugees in Scandinavia, they are the worst at giving