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Introducing IT systems to more efficiently solve several core tasks in the tax administration has made a large number of staff superfluous.
A blogger gathered people at Copenhagen’s Town Hall yesterday to show that breastfeeding women do not present a threat.
A new study suggests six out of ten pilots have experienced falling asleep while flying. No need to worry, says the Danish airlines association.
Some public websites are simply not equipped to help visually impaired people, who lose out on common public services.
A medical assessment is to replace the much-maligned diagnosis list in determining who receives long-term sickness benefit.
Eight out of ten young members of HK/Private go to work even if they are ill.
Denmark is sending millions in aid to war-torn Syria, a country in desperate need of emergency relief.
The DaneAge Association has called for new legislation to prohibit municipalities from dropping home care services because of budget problems.
Many Danish pilots are exhausted when at the controls.
The Conservatives have accepted the government’s proposed reform of municipal primary and lower-secondary schools.
Immigrants guide immigrants has been founded to enable immigrants to guide fellow immigrants in matters relating to Danish post-compulsory education.
In the Region of Southern Denmark, hospitals will take over if GPs relinquish their practitioner numbers, but to the detriment of waiting lists.
Minister for Science, Innovation and Higher Education Morten Østergaard wants more Danish students to go abroad for part of their education programme.
The government, the Liberals and the DPP have finalised a new agreement on school reform that they hope will be acceptable to the Conservatives.
In a DR News survey of 1,330 local politicians, 56 per cent stated that they have one or more council colleagues who are lacking in competence.
Around a hundred kilos of drugs ‒ believed to be cocaine ‒ have been found concealed in a box of bananas shipped from Colombia.
Everything went wrong as the Danish national team completely botched last night’s World Cup qualification match against Armenia.
Just under one in ten local politicians has been directly harassed and threatened in their own home.
It is important to be especially careful when providing first aid to small children who get something stuck in their throat.
15 per cent of Danish men see no harm in hiring a trafficked prostitute while 16 per cent are undecided, according to a new survey.
After the arson attack in April, the Museum of Danish Resistance is to rebuild and possibly redirect its exhibits.
The Danish Tax and Customs Administration has alerted police of its own violation of confidentiality in the Novo Nordisk case.
According to the Red-Green Alliance, breastfeeding children in public should be a right— no matter what the location.
The opposition wants to establish a commission to examine the possibility of introducing tuition fees in Denmark.
SKAT is seeking to establish whether Novo Nordisk has valued its assets lodged in Switzerland too low, thereby depriving the exchequer of tax revenue.
The figures show that domestic abuse is perpetrated by women more often than is commonly believed.
As the protests against Prime Minister Erdogan spread in Turkey, there is support for the Turkish demonstrators in other countries.
Research shows that eldest children generally score higher in IQ tests than their younger siblings.
Two schoolchildren sustained non-critical injuries when a Danish double-decker coach collided with a railway bridge in Munich on Sunday.
Norwegian freelance journalist Abdifitah Gelle is shocked by the accusations levelled at him by Eddy Lopez, former hostage of Somali pirates.
The 20-year-old man suspected of hacking the police’s IT system has been charged with illegally obtaining police officers’ e-mail account passwords.
The Region of Southern Denmark has begun planning an emergency service that can be implemented if its GPs relinquish their practitioner numbers.
Three out of four Danes believe it takes too long for the authorities to intervene against psychiatrists and doctors who make repeated errors.
A psychiatrist from West Jutland contravened the guidelines of the Danish Health and Medicines Authority for at least nine years.
Unemployed people should accept a period of lower pay when starting a new job, according to Ole Steen Olsen of the Danish Chamber of Commerce.
Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt (SocDem) has hit out at the tone of some of the debate on social media such as Facebook and Twitter.
Captain Eddy Lopez, former hostage of Somali pirates, has revealed that he and his fellow sailors were beaten before interviews with journalists.
In spite of the availability of services such as Netflix, around one in five Danes is still watching the latest films and TV programmes illegally.
Up to 60 schools may suffer from poor indoor air quality, containing levels of PCB higher than the limit set by health authorities.
Despite public protests, the much-disputed Public Records Act was passed yesterday.
Several officials have contradicted Hornbech’s explanations on the illegal refusals of citizenship for young stateless people.
Wednesday marked one month since the last shots were fired in connection with the recent gang conflict.
Patients with brain injuries consider the municipal treatment so substandard that they are willing to pay for a better alternative.
The Liberal Party and the Conservatives are calling a halt to a potential future expansion of Danish solar energy efforts.
Ambitions are running high as Napster launches a new streaming service tonight, in direct competition with Spotify.
Emergency service doctors earn more by completing the consultation process over the phone than by referring a patient for a face-to-face consultation.
Many people associate communal living with the 1960s, but since the financial crisis hit, it has surged in popularity in the form of co-housing.
Denmark’s first Muslim boarding school, Mina Hindholm, is set to open in August 2014 near Fuglebjerg in Næstved, south-west Zealand.
Many Danish cancer patients continue to wait too long for treatment.
According to banks and lawyers working in the field, it will not be long before Chinese investors will acquire a large Danish company.
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