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The Fehmarnbelt Link is now almost DKK 20 billion more expensive than anticipated in 2008.
A survey has found that fear of a new terror attack would not prevent Danes from attending political events or debates on freedom of speech.
A new report recommends that, for optimal benefit, daycare institutions should accommodate no more than 100 children.
Should the Danish authorities start looking at price when choosing which medicines are offered to patients? Many believe they should.
Three Aarhus restaurants have been awarded a star in the 2015 edition of the Michelin Nordic Cities Guide.
A majority outside the government is calling for an official statement on the terror attack in Copenhagen within the next three weeks.
A number of eyewitnesses have told DR that there were no police guards outside Krudttønden when it was subjected to a gun attack on 14 February.
So the day of reckoning finally arrived, as Lego released its annual financial results.
Legal officials have been criticised for acting like medical experts in humanitarian residency cases.
The Director of Public Prosecutions is to be asked to assess whether the controversial Islamic organisation Hizb ut-Tahrir can be forcibly shut down.
Judging by the latest Epinion poll, the Danish PM is not benefiting from a so-called “incumbency advantage” after the Copenhagen terror attacks.
Apple has agreed with Viborg Municipality to build a huge new data centre, starting in 2017 – but how much will it actually benefit the municipality?
Yesterday’s meeting between Danish Minister for Transport Magnus Heunicke and his German counterpart did not end as Heunicke had hoped.
The Danish Health and Medicines Authority received warnings that pills prescribed by a brain-damaged psychiatrist were being sold on the streets.
A debate is raging as to whether sugar dating is a form of prostitution that should be banned.
Alternativet – one of Denmark’s newest independent parties is closer to being elected to parliament in the General Election.
Within the last two weeks, two children in Copenhagen have been diagnosed with measles. Doctors say there is no cause for concern.
The IT giant, Apple is to build one of the world’s biggest data centres just outside Viborg. Apple will invest DKK 6.3b in the data centre.
Many crisis centres for men may close after social fund support has dried up
A new Ministry of Health working group is to investigate errors in Health and Medicines Authority inspections.
A Muslim plan to form a peace ring around the synagogue in Copenhagen has been rejected by Copenhagen police.
A brain-damaged psychiatrist from West Jutland made incorrect diagnoses and prescribed the wrong medication for children.
New figures from Minister for Finance, Morten Østergaard (SocLib) have reignited the debate on cash benefits.
A new study shows that vulnerable women receive much more social sector support than vulnerable men.
Cash benefits cap not the way to increase employment, says expert.
The government is to allocate almost a billion kroner for a new anti-terror package.
The government wants to change the law so that the DDIS can phone-tap Danish citizens who are under suspicion while they are abroad.
The Danish authorities are to begin preparations for a major international conference in Copenhagen on the theme of terror prevention.
A new and improved vaccine against cervical cancer may soon be available in Denmark, the Danish Cancer Society has announced in a press release.
The Danish Safety Technology Authority is ready to put a stop to the sale of laser pens following an exposé by DR1’s consumer magazine Kontant.
A photo of an ultra-thin model in the fashion magazine Cover has attracted huge criticism on social media.
The Red-Green Alliance is advocating that antisemitism and similar themes should be addressed through compulsory teaching in schools.
The Home Guard is speeding up its review of the private storage of weapons so that new security procedures can be implemented as soon as possible.
A 22-year-old man remanded into custody on Monday has a criminal history with Omar El-Hussein going back several years.
The blue block is proposing even greater use of public space surveillance as part of its new anti-terror plan .
Police, social services and schools will now put every effort into establishing calm among children and young people in Copenhagen.
Omar Abdel Hamid El-Hussein, the 22-year-old man suspected of carrying out the weekend’s shootings in Copenhagen, will be laid to rest in Denmark.
Establishing the Femern fixed link now looks to be considerably more costly than originally expected.
Minister of Justice Mette Frederiksen has said that she supports a new proposal to prevent radicalisation in Danish prisons.
The weak Danish krone and not least a robust dollar may be good news for Danish businesses this year.
Naser Khader may be on the verge of making a surprise return to parliament.
Following the weekend’s dramatic terrorist attack in Copenhagen, it would appear that not all condemn the now deceased attacker’s actions.
Over 30,000 people attended a candlelight vigil and listened to speeches just a few metres from where the first terrorist attack took place.
Can’t afford a new smartphone, a new pair of trainers or a spring break in Paris on your student grant? How about an overdraft or SMS loan?
Eyewitnesses told DR News that a number of police patrols drove in to the Mjølnerparken estate with sirens blaring on Monday evening.
Jewish local radio station, Radio Shalom, has postponed broadcasting on the advice of PET.
Thorning: The coming days will be very difficult, but I am convinced that Denmark will emerge from this stronger than before.
The young man believed by police to have committed the two shootings in Copenhagen on Saturday had just been released from prison a few weeks ago
The collective agreement for about 500,000 municipal employees provides pay raises of 5.42% over three years.
Teachers and municipalities have agreed on a three-year collective agreement.
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