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The five men accused of assisting Omar El-Hussein with murder and attempted murder in Copenhagen will remain on remand for a further four weeks.
Immigrants will no longer automatically have their applications for Danish citizenship rejected if they have previously received small fines.
According to a new report from the National Audit Office, in 2014 the police dropped nine out of ten burglary cases.
Danes are frighteningly good at paying the tax that they owe.
Since the terror attacks in Paris and Copenhagen, the police in Aarhus have been regularly receiving reports about young potential extremists.
A new strategy by the State Prosecutor for Serious Economic and International Crime will crack down on tax evaders.
A number of the parliamentary parties do not believe that allowing children to stay longer at daycare institutions is the way to go.
Danish company Mærsk has become embroiled in Brazil’s biggest corruption scandal.
Political hate and violence practised by the far left against opponents on the right is increasing, according to an expert on political extremism.
Minister of Justice Mette Frederiksen (SocDem) will today propose a new citizenship model to the government’s support parties.
Parents are suffering stress and many are having to reduce their hours or change jobs in order to match their working day to daycare opening hours.
Cancer specialists at Vejle Hospital have questioned whether the use of life-prolonging medicine on terminal patients has gone too far.
Denmark’s knife legislation is now veiled in confusion after the Court in Odense convicted a man of selling illegal knives in his shop.
Danes who vote in the general election in the next few months will be able to share the fact with their Facebook friends.
For the first time since 2007, Denmark will not be represented in the Eurovision Song Contest final.
The right-wing extremist Danskernes Parti will be allowed to hold a meeting on nationalism at this year’s Folkemødet on Bornholm.
Even though sewage can be offloaded in port, many cruise ships still discharge raw sewage into the Baltic Sea.
A number of extreme Islamist Facebook sites have been set up by right-wing Danes to spread anti-Islamic propaganda.
Denmark is sending Challenger reconnaissance aircraft to support European efforts to stem the tide of migrants crossing the Mediterranean.
The Danish Consumer Council has found the multi-resistant MRSA CC398 bacteria in eight-out-of-25 packs of supermarket pork.
In an open letter to the Danish parliament, Danish veterans have criticised the government’s treatment of Afghan interpreters.
Alternativet’s 30-hour week proposal will cost taxpayers DKK 27 billion.
New anti-terrorism legislation may grant PET wider access to airline passengers’ personal information.
The Danish police failed to learn from Norwegian experiences in the wake of the massacre on Utøya in summer 2011.
National Police may have violated rules on the retention of personal information.
Owners of identical houses taxed differently. Danish tax authority admits mistake.
Around 1,100 paedophiles, many of whom are Danish, have formed a secret internet chat forum that appears to be administered from Denmark.
Minister for Defence Nicolai Wammen has visited Danish troops at the Ayn al-Asad base in Iraq for the first time.
European Commission plan to redistribute asylum seeker quotas meets resistance.
Passengers waiting to receive compensation for delayed flights have a long wait ahead of them.
While support for the Social Democrats would appear to be increasing, younger voters are not choosing to vote for the party.
A new survey shows that 1,739 Danish farms are in crisis and have debts so great that they need urgent help. 940 may even face closure.
A new survey by DR News has revealed that all there are 500 unfilled positions for specialist consultants in regional hospitals.
SocDems now have highest level of support since the 2011 election
The Danish Refugee Council has expressed concern over EU plans to blockade Libya to prevent refugees from leaving the country.
During the past week, Danish planes have flown 12 missions over Iraq and dropped seven bombs on enemy forces and buildings.
The revelation that an unqualified doctor performed surgery at Thy-Mors Hospital in Thisted is now having repercussions for the hospital’s management.
Minister of Justice Mette Frederiksen (SocDem) faces a grilling from the opposition parties on the police report on the terror attacks in Copenhagen.
There are major differences in the perception of yesterday’s meeting between the Danish-Palestinian Friendship Association and bus operator Movia.
In recent times, Danes have become used to a succession of historically low interest rates, but that trend may now be over.
The staff at the Danish Security and Intelligence Service (PET) are unhappy about losing their boss.
All North Jutland hospitals must now check that they are not employing inadequately qualified doctors.
A previously unknown e-mail suggests that from the outset Denmark was looking to curb the influx of asylum seekers from Eritrea.
The government now has another proposal that will “make it more attractive to work”: a cash bonus for long-term benefit recipients who find work.
When the Ebola epidemic was raging, Denmark repeatedly refused requests to help treat afflicted UN workers, reports Danish daily Politiken.
The Danish Insurance Association is demanding the right to be made aware of the results of any genetic testing of potential customers.
The American transport service, Uber, has been charged by the police for breach of the Danish Taxis Act.
The Maersk ship Tigris was allowed to sail from Iranian waters this morning after nine days in Iranian captivity.
Minister for Justice Mette Frederiksen (SocDem) has criticised Danish police for being too slow to react following the terrorist attack in February.
Confidence in the Danish Health and Medicines Agency’s inspections of healthcare professionals and the healthcare system in general must be restored.
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