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Second Denmark event added to Road to Mallorca

Esbjerg Golfklub. Picture: Esbjerg Golfklub The Road to Mallorca International Schedule has been bolstered by the addition of the Sydbank Esbjerg Challenge, which will form the final leg of a three-week stint in Scandinavia when it takes place at Esbjerg Golfklub from Tuesday, August 17 – Friday, August 20, 2021.Esbjerg Golfklub, which is celebrating ...
Tags: Sport, Golf, Denmark, Road, Scandinavia, Mallorca, North Sea, Flemming, Challenge Tour, Mallorca Rankings, Jamie Hodges Head of Challenge Tour, Esbjerg Golfklub Picture, Esbjerg Golfklub The Road, Sydbank Esbjerg Challenge, Esbjerg Golfklub, Esbjerg Challenge


Rod Emory is working on a hard core off-road Porsche Macan Baja

Screenshot: @rodemory on Instagram It seems like off-road Porsches are all the rage these days. We’ve seen totally rad Cayennes from E-Motion Engineering, awesome off-roading in Moab, and even Porsche themselves are getting in on the Cayenne craze. And that’s to say nothing of the safari 911 trend that has been blowing up in this community for the last decade. The next logical progression for Porsche fanatics looking to get deep into the dirt is to start fiddling with Macans. The compact crosso...
Tags: Instagram, La, Porsche, Moab, Autos, Baja, Emory, Volkswagen, Scandinavia, Macan, Rod, Off Road, Porsche Macan, Tuned Porsches, Emory Motorsports, Rod Emory


Haldor Topsoe establishes focused green hydrogen organization to accelerate electrolysis business

In Denmark, Haldor Topsoe has a new green hydrogen organization that is fully dedicated to accelerating Topsoe’s business within electrolysis, including development of high-performance electrolysis technology, sales, and partnerships. The organization will leverage Topsoe’s unique insights into solid oxide electrolysis, producing up to 30% more green hydrogen from the same amount of renewable power, when compared to today’s standard technologies. Cleantech entrepreneur Chokri Mousaoui will be ne...
Tags: Saudi Arabia, Germany, Denmark, Scandinavia, Gw, International Energy Agency IEA, Haldor Topsoe, Chokri Mousaoui, Aquamarine, Fuels, Green Hydrogen, Topsoe, SOEC, Greater Copenhagen Area Topsoe, Liquid Wind Topsoe


Former Arsenal striker Nicklas Bendtner has retired from football at 33

Bendtner retires Former Arsenal, Juventus and Denmark striker Nicklas Bendtner has decided to retire from the professional game.He played over 100 league games for Arsenal scoring 24 goals. He spent time on loan with Birmingham, Sunderland and Juventus.He left the club for German side Wolfsburg before playing back in England with Nottingham Forest.He then returned to Scandinavia where he played for Norwegian side Rosenborg. He final two clubs in his home nation of Denmark were Copenhagen and Tar...
Tags: England, Sport, Soccer, Tottenham, Arsenal, Real Madrid, Juventus, Denmark, Gareth Bale, Scandinavia, Copenhagen, Wolfsburg, Panama, Willian, Brondby Stadion, Nicklas Bendtner


New Geology articles published online ahead of print in May

Article topics include Zealandia, Earth's newly recognized continent; the topography of Scandinavia; an interfacial energy penalty; major disruptions in North Atlantic circulation; the Great Bahama Bank; Pityusa Patera, Mars; the end-Permian extinction; and Tongariro and Ruapehu volcanoes, New Zealand.
Tags: Science, Scandinavia, North Atlantic, Tongariro, Ruapehu, Great Bahama Bank, Zealandia Earth, Pityusa Patera Mars


Sexy time: why men feel more and more attractive as the evening wears on

Psychologists in Scandinavia have been researching how people in bars rate their own attractiveness as the evening progresses – regardless of how drunk they feelName: Sexy time.Age: Not important, this is all about attractiveness. Continue reading...
Tags: Sweden, Relationships, Alcohol, Pubs, Life and style, Society, Dating, Denmark, Norway, Scandinavia, Clubbing


US Navy SEALs are training to fight on land and water in a 'strategic location' near Russia

Hungarian special operations forces and Naval Special Warfare operators test Special Operations Craft-Riverine (SOC-R) capabilities in the Danube River in Budapest, May 5, 2021. US Special Operations Command Europe/Spc. Therese Prats During the first half of May, US and European special operators teamed up for an exercise across Eastern Europe. The drills were meant to test how conventional and special-operations units would work together in a major conflict. See more stories on Insider...
Tags: UK, Navy, Navy Seals, Germany, Iraq, Russia, US, International, Trends, Turkey, Ukraine, Ied, Budapest, Nato, Crimea, Moscow


Where to buy the best-tasting, highest-quality seafood online in 2021, plus exclusive discounts on our favorites

If you buy through our links, we may earn money from affiliate partners. Learn more. Olesia Shadrina/Getty Images Finding fresh, high-quality seafood online is full of obstacles and trepidation. We've spent two years sifting through the world of online seafood suppliers to find the best ones. Whether you're after subscription, bulk, or something different, we've made recommendations for all. Table of Contents: Masthead Sticky Fisheries in the United States (and around the w...
Tags: Reviews, Kitchen, Food, Florida, New York, Maryland, California, Massachusetts, US, San Francisco, Trends, Features, Atlantic, United States, Maine, Alaska


Ajax competing with Manchester United for Kamaldeen Sulemana

A report from England over the weekend has credited Manchester United with an interest in Kamaldeen Sulemana. Who is Kamaldeen Sulemana? Kamaldeen Sulemana made the move to current club FC Nordsjaelland in February of 2020.The 19-year-old would join the Danish outfit on a free transfer after departing his home country of Ghana.Despite his limited experience, Sulemana has already cemented himself a regular feature for Nordsjaelland.All told, Sulemana has managed to notch 13 goals and six assists ...
Tags: England, Sport, Ajax, Soccer, Manchester United, Scandinavia, Man United, United, Ghana, Marc Overmars, Solskjaer, Harry Maguire, Bruno Fernandes, United Ajax, FC Nordsjaelland, Kamaldeen Sulemana


Monthly gleanings for March 2021

Some of the letters I received deserve detailed answers; hence the length of this post. I once wrote a series of essays on the origin of the word bad (24 June , 8 July, and 15 July 2015). Today, considering the responses to part three, I would have written a few things differently. Anyway, our reader noticed that I had mentioned the word evil and wondered whether I know the origin of that adjective and of the word wicked. Evil This word has cognates elsewhere in West Germanic and in the fourth-c...
Tags: Books, Language, Francis, Scandinavia, Byron, Jack London, Boman, Walter W Skeat, Kluge, Friedrich Kluge, Elmar Seebold, Wulfila, Karl Brugmann, Ferdinand Holthausen, Grant Ritchie, Alf Torp


Condé Nast Traveler Readers’ Choice Viking River Cruises Sweepstakes

Enter for your chance to win a Viking River Cruises for two through Scandinavia and the Baltic. Vote for your favorite Condé Nast travel destination to enter. Every time you vote, you’ll be... Click to read more...
Tags: Viking River Cruises, Scandinavia, Frugality, Condé Nast Traveler Readers, Trips & Travel Prizes, Ending in May, Unlimited Entries


This all-new electric passenger aircraft could be flying for a Norwegian airline within 5 years

A rendering of Rolls-Royce and Tecnam's electric aircraft. Rolls-Royce Rolls-Royce and Tecnam are building a new all-electric aircraft for Norwegian carrier Widerøe. Based on the Tecnam P2012 Traveller, the P-Volt aims to carry nine passengers. The first passenger flight is expected in 2026 as part of Scandinavia's push for zero-emission flying. See more stories on Insider's business page. One of the world's most iconic engine manufacturers is shifting its gears to electri...
Tags: Travel, Transportation, News, Planes, US, Trends, Norway, Scandinavia, Volt, Seychelles, Royce, Nilsen, Widerøe, Cape Air, Greta Thunberg, SAS Scandinavian Airlines


Scandinavia Leads Ranking For Global Sustainable Tourism

66.4% of consumers globally want to have a positive impact on the environment through their daily actions in 2021, according to a new report 'Top Countries for Sustainable Tourism', released by global market research company Euromonitor International at ITB Berlin today.
Tags: Travel, Berlin, Scandinavia, Euromonitor International, ITB


Major UK pension funds worth nearly £900bn commit to net zero

Church of England, Lloyds and the National Grid among those pledging to meet 2050 targetMajor pension funds that own assets worth £870bn, including those of the Church of England, Lloyds Banking Group and the National Grid, have committed to cutting the carbon emissions of their portfolios to net zero by 2050 or earlier, in another sign of big investors’ increasing focus on the climate crisis.Pension providers Scottish Widows, Royal London and Nest and a clutch of public sector pension funds fro...
Tags: Business, UK, New York, Utilities, Climate Change, Environment, UK News, Energy industry, Banking, Greenhouse Gas Emissions, Paris, Corporate Governance, Lloyds Banking Group, Anglicanism, National Grid, Scandinavia


The US ranks below average on women's equality in the workplace, The Economist found

shapecharge/Getty Images The US ranked 18th out of 29 countries in an assessment of the best and worst countries for working women. Women in the US have less parental leave and political representation than other countries. The pandemic has had a significant impact on female representation in the workforce. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. The US ranked 18th out of 29 countries in a yearly analysis by The Economist on the best and worst countries for working women.T...
Tags: South Korea, Japan, News, Workplace, Women, US, Trends, Workplace Culture, Economy, UPS, Citigroup, OECD, Workplace Diversity, Scandinavia, Economist, International Labour Organization


Beta Nordic Studios Acquires ‘Atlantic Crossing’ Producer Cinenord (EXCLUSIVE)

Beta Nordic Studios, the umbrella for Beta’s production activities in Scandinavia, has acquired a majority stake in Cinenord, a leading Norwegian production banner specializing in high-end series. Founded in 2004, the company is led by Silje Hopland-Eik and Alexander Eik, the producer-director duo behind the popular Scandi series “Atlantic Crossing” and “Wisting,” as well as […]
Tags: News, Global, Scandinavia, Beta Film, Cinenord, Atlantic Crossing, Wisting, Silje Hopland Eik, Alexander Eik


Scandinavia Powers Forward With New Pics, Positive Outlook for 2021

Scandinavia’s film industry has proven resilient in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, bolstered by well-established production and sales banners, as well as high-profile talent who have seized opportunities from streamers and broadcasters. Spanning Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Iceland and Finland, the Nordic film biz has been able to ride through the health crisis better than […]
Tags: Spotlight, Finland, Berlin Film Festival, Scandinavia, European Film Market, Spanning Norway Sweden Denmark Iceland


A large Sahara dust storm is forecast to spread across Europe, reaching into UK and Scandinavia. It will be followed by early spring...

Huge amount of Sahara desert Dust forecast to spread Europe Sunday into Monday. At the same time, a warm wave with spring-like weather develops.
Tags: Europe, UK, Scandinavia, Sahara


TGI Fridays CEO said Democrats' plan to eliminate the $2.13 minimum for tipped wages would hurt restaurant staff and guests

TGI Friday's CEO Ray Blanchette TGI Fridays Top Democrats have proposed gradually phasing out the $2.13 baseline wage for tipped workers. TGI Fridays CEO Ray Blanchette told Insider raising the tipped minimum wage would be "just optics." Raising the federal minimum wage to $15 would end up helping tipped workers, he said. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. Following President Joe Biden's calls during the campaign to end the tipped subminimum wage, top Democrats pr...
Tags: Obama, US, Trends, Joe Biden, Democrats, Scandinavia, Biden, Seattle, Don, Service Employees International Union, Congressional Budget Office, Department of Labor, Yum Brands, David Rolf, Blanchette, Pizza Hut US


Russian bombers flew over the Arctic as US B-1B bombers prepare to deploy to the same area

A Tupolev Tu-160 Blackjack strategic bomber over the Red Square during the Victory Day parade in Moscow, May 9, 2015. RIA Novosti/REUTERS Two Russian Tu-160 Blackjack strategic bombers performed a mission over the neutral waters of the Barents, Greenland, and Norwegian seas. That's the same region where US B-1 Lancer bombers are going to operate in a couple of weeks, reaffirming the strategic value of the Arctic and Scandinavia. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. Russi...
Tags: Europe, Sweden, Isil, Russia, US, Trends, Syria, South Dakota, Arctic, Moscow, Raf, Norway, Greenland, Iceland, Scandinavia, Pacific Ocean


There are no socialist success stories: John Stossel

Last week, I reported on two myths about socialism. My new video covers three more. Myth No. 3: Socialism works if it’s “democratic.” As the Democratic Socialists of America put it, “Society should be run democratically — to meet public needs, not to make profits for a few.” Sounds nice. If socialists are elected, then we’ll have a more just society. But Venezuela’s socialists were elected. “They can start off democratically elected,” says economist Ben Powell, director of the Free Market Instit...
Tags: Sweden, Congress, Opinion, China, Nazis, America, Sport, Soccer, United States, Netherlands, Ikea, Denmark, Venezuela, Hitler, Scandinavia, Volvo


Snow, ice and gale-force winds to batter Britain as Beast from the East II roars in

Eastern England faces blizzard conditions, caused by cold air from Russia and Scandinavia meeting Storm Darcy Snowy blizzards, heavy rain and gale-force winds are expected to batter large parts of the country on Sunday, setting up for a week of wintry conditions ahead as a weather front dubbed the Beast from the East 2 sweeps in from Scandinavia and Russia.Southern and eastern parts of England will generally see the worst of the weather, but there are yellow warnings for snow and ice across the ...
Tags: England, Russia, Snow, UK News, Britain, Scandinavia, UK Weather, Russia Southern, Norfolk Suffolk Essex


Goteborg TV Drama Vision Attracts 500 Delegates with Strong Program

A record 500 delegates have signed up for Scandinavia’s leading TV drama confab, TV Drama Vision, which is set to unspool online over Feb. 3-4, parallel to Sweden’s Göteborg Film Festival. Next to honorary guest – Danish writer-helmer Susanne Bier (“The Night Manager”, “The Undoing”), 30 keynote speakers will share their insights, business and creative […]
Tags: News, Sweden, Global, Festivals, Scandinavia, Feb, Susanne Bier, Goteborg Film Festival, TV Drama Vision, Goteborg TV Drama Vision


Stedsans in the Woods: A Restorative, Carbon-Neutral, Off-the-Grid Getaway in the Swedish Forest

This winter—due to a very of-the-moment yearning for lagom-like comfort and also for new places to explore that aren’t my apartment—I’ve been thinking a lot about Sweden, imagining a winter trip spent in the snowy woods, lighting candles, being quiet. One frequent site of my daydreams is Stedsans in the Woods, “a resort in Halland, Sweden, with an off the grid restaurant,” which I stumbled upon on Instagram and have been returning to—through my phone, for now at least—ever since. This “resort,” ...
Tags: Books, Sweden, Scandinavia, Stockholm, Scandinavian, Flemming, Hotels & Lodging, Design Travel, Restaurant Visit, Skåne Sweden, Aiayu, Mette, Halland Sweden, Wanås Hotel, Mette Helbæk, Flemming Schiøtt Hansen


DOWNLOAD ALBUM : SeeB – Sad in Scandinavia (Zip File)

Another newly dropped hot new jams by SeeB – Sad in Scandinavia, This album was published on 2021-01-28 15:13:50, You can download the zip album using any of the download links below Name: SeeB – Sad in Scandinavia Genre: Indie | Hip-Hop | Electronic | Dance Year: 2021 Format: mp3 | 320 kbps Duration: 00:52:07 Size: 122 Mb props by HipHopA.net Name: SeeB – Sad in Scandinavia Genre: Indie | Hip-Hop | Electronic | Dance Year: 2021 Format: mp3 | 320 kbps Duration: 00:52:07 Size: 122 Mb props b...
Tags: Jazz, Scandinavia, Album


Nokia shares jump as legacy tech brands become Reddit traders' new playgrounds

Nokia stock jumps as the WallStreetBets crowd finds another legacy tech name. Reuters Nokia shares jumped 8% on Wednesday as Reddit's day-trader army found another target. The Finnish telecommunications company announced the first one terabit clear-channel interface deployment with Elisa. Nokia also received a boost from SEB, the firm raised its price target from $4.25 to $4.60 per share. Sign up here for our daily newsletter, 10 Things Before the Opening Bell. Nokia shares jumped as much ...
Tags: Nokia, Trends, Tesla, Reddit, Scandinavia, Biden, Huawei, Ericsson, Gamestop, Cto, Elisa, SEB, Reuters Nokia, Neil Campling, Clearbridge, Mirabaud Securities


HBO Outlines its European Vision at Goteborg’s TV Drama Vision

Göteborg’s TV Drama Vision, the drama series and TV industry strand of Scandinavia’s biggest film-TV festival, has unveiled further details of its works-in-progress and project showcases, as well as keynote speakers from HBO Europe to Walter Presents. As HBO Max lands in Europe during the second half of 2021, Antony Root, executive VP original programming […]
Tags: Europe, Hbo, News, Global, Markets & Festivals, Festivals, Scandinavia, Walter, Goteborg, Goteborg Film Festival, HBO Europe, European Vision at Goteborg 's TV Drama Vision


First Hotels Partners with RateGain for AI-Enabled Competitive Intelligence and Rate Parity

RateGain Technologies, the leading SaaS Company for travel and hospitality, today announced a global strategic partnership with First Hotels, a leading hotel chain in Scandinavia, for providing AI-driven competitive pricing insights and helping maintain price parity across various OTAs and third-party booking platforms.
Tags: Travel, Scandinavia, RateGain, RateGain Technologies, First Hotels Partners


Sweden is turning into a wine hotspot because of climate change

Sweden's wine industry barely existed 20 years ago, but is now booming because of climate change. Warmer and longer summers have pushed the global winemaking map north, and experts predict Sweden could compete with France, Italy, and Spain in the coming years. Meanwhile, traditional wine powerhouses are having to adapt to the changing climate. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Climate change has transformed Sweden into a new hotspot for wine.Warmer and longer summers have led ...
Tags: Sweden, Trends, Spain, Denmark, Norway, Scandinavia, France Italy, Greg Jones, Skåne, Linfield College, Paul Rhys


A parody of every single Scandinavian crime drama

Alasdair Beckett-King introduces us to "Nordic Noir," or Scandinavian crime dramas. I've never seen one of these shows, but still found it funny. Those who are familiar with the genre say this parody is spot-on. If you're interested in sampling some Nordic noir, reddit gives us some suggestions. — Read the rest
Tags: Video, TV, News, Crime Drama, Scandinavia, Nordic Noir, Alasdair Beckett King