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Nearly one in three children experience parental divorce before the age of 18, and schools are acutely aware of the impact on well-being and learning.
During the course of the summer, the Danish FSA has reported two small Copenhagen money transfer companies to the police.
The airlines Norwegian and SAS have both cancelled flights from Copenhagen and Stockholm to Tel Aviv.
Norway’s largest grocer is to carry out an independent review of pork imports from Denmark for fear that the meat contains harmful bacteria.
When the Danish Parliament reopens after the summer recess, it will be without Karsten Hønge of the Socialist People’s Party.
Inmates of open prisons should have access to the internet, proposes Karina Lorentzen Dehnhardt, legal affairs spokeswoman for the SPP.
As the good weather, high temperatures and summer holidays send Danes flocking to the coast, beach lifeguards are being kept at full stretch.
Efforts are continuing to safely extract Danish nationals trapped in the conflict-ridden Gaza Strip.
A Danish tourist has survived an attack by a bear while on holiday in Canada.
Israel has the right to defend itself but is going too far, believes Minister for Foreign Affairs Martin Lidegaard (SocLib).
When food is prepared in Danish homes, a higher proportion of ingredients should come from Denmark, believes Minister for Food Dan Jørgensen (SocDem).
For the first time ever, a gay couple from Denmark has adopted a child from abroad.
The SPP is proposing that intelligence employees should be able to confidentially inform politicians of suspected illegal activity.
Danish Agriculture and Food Council think it is unfair to publish the names of pig herds infected with MRSA.
Bjarne Laustsen (SocDem) thinks there should be more opportunities for parents to work half time for full pay while their children are small.
Dong Energy has sold 50 per cent of its shares in the German wind farm Gode Wind 2 to four Danish pension funds.
Danish Jews are facing threats on social media and on the streets following the escalation of the conflict in the Middle East.
Many house hunters are being asked to pay an illegal finder’s fee to landlords when renting a flat
The decision on who should fill the prestigious post as President of the European Union has been postponed until the next summit on 30 August.
Many Danish entrepreneurs are moving abroad.
The Supreme Court has ruled that the police may now begin examining material in connection with the Se og Hør case.
The Danish People’s Party has had problems finding its feet in local politics.
As the Israeli-Palestinian conflict rages, the emergency relief organisations are grappling with the most acute problems in the Middle East war zone.
56 per cent of the population do not think the Danish public sector is too big, according to a new Epinion survey.
Many Danish companies are now stopping producing their products in countries where the wages are relatively low and bringing the work home to Denmark.
The first chapter is over in one of the biggest ever cartel cases in the Danish building industry.
New Danish companies are being set up at a rate that has not been seen since the hyperactive years that preceded the financial crisis.
Six Indian boys who have been found after absconding from a handball tournament in North Jutland are to be flown home to India as soon as possible.
Business is set to benefit from a reduction in PSO, while individuals will gain from abolition of the firewood tax.
Two police officers stand accused by the Independent Police Complaints Authority of issuing speeding fines to tourists and pocketing the money.
The number of young people applying to university has fallen for the first time since 2008.
Eleven Indian handball players absconded from a tournament at the weekend because they feared being physically punished by their coaches.
So far, one Dane has taken up the United Nations’ offer to help foreign nationals living in Gaza to leave the troubled area.
If the centre-right parties win a majority at the next general election, the Liberal Alliance may now be ready to take up a ministerial post.
There are still huge safety issues surrounding construction work on the Metro City Circle Line in Copenhagen.
After many years of discussion, prison officers will now routinely carry pepper spray when working with especially dangerous prisoners.
A woman has been murdered out in the open in Hvidovre.
The police suspect popular magazine Se og Hør of paying for information from sources in the Royal Court and the police force itself.
After the new Road Traffic Act was introduced on 1 July, a number of drink drivers have had their cars confiscated.
The Minister for Food, Agriculture and Fisheries has aimed unusually harsh criticism at the retail industry.
Christian Friis Bach is leaving the Danish Parliament to become head of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE).
Danish National Police has rejected the bulk of the recent criticism of its fire investigations following an internal review of 120 fire cases.
Last night, a 22-year-old Danish student was released on bail in New York following chaos in the courtroom.
The conflict between Israel and Hamas in the Gaza Strip is now so intense that it is hampering the work of emergency relief organisations in the area.
Cancer patients at three hospitals may have been subjected to increased side effects after being mistakenly given too much medication.
A 22-year-old Danish student imprisoned on sexual violation charges in Rikers Island, New York, is to be released upon payment of bail of USD 200,000.
The European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg has ruled that Denmark did not act illegally in deporting a stateless Palestinian to Syria in 2010.
Oil and shipping group A.P. Møller - Mærsk has spent 13 years trying to make money on its oil investments in Brazil, but now the venture is over.
Hospital over-occupancy is about much more than patients in corridors. It is a matter of life and death, according to a major new study.
When doctors smooth out wrinkles with Botox or Restylane, it is now more often for young women in their 20s.
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