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The estimated one-year cost of fighting IS from the air has been reached in six months.
Twitter buzzed yesterday with Danish women’s encounters with sexism.
A young man has been indicted for terrorism due to threats shouted from his jail cell.
The Conservatives’ latest campaign has drawn criticism from a religious scholar from Copenhagen University.
IKEA has announced the opening of a branch in the Copenhagen district of Vesterbro in 2018.
In future, the most seriously ill patients will be spared having to explain their illness and symptoms to a number of different doctors.
The foundation behind Copenhagen City Bikes has lost confidence in the ability of bicycle supplier Gobike to fulfil its contract.
Danish municipal primary and lower-secondary schools are generally not good at talking about religion with pupils, which is proving problematic.
One of the two police officers on duty at the Copenhagen synagogue attacked on 15 February had not received the compulsory annual firearms training.
Mothers can stop worrying; their child will not develop ADHD if they fail to breastfeed for long enough.
The Danish health service is unintentionally practising social inequality in its provision of rehabilitation to cancer patients.
The government’s recurring headache, unemployment benefit, is returning to the political agenda after a period overshadowed by other topics.
Omar shared cell with IS supporter
According to its own vision, the Puppet Party is a statement of mistrust in politicians; but there may be good reason to mistrust the party itself.
In the past week, Danish F16 aircraft in Iraq have flown 11 offensive missions, on four occasions dropping bombs on preselected targets.
A new survey by Danish researchers reveals that one third of all children born between 1997 and 2011 suffer from either asthma or allergies.
New figures from the Ministry of Education show that the number of lower secondary school leavers choosing a vocational course has fallen a little.
According to a new survey, the number of people who wish to contribute to Denmark’s foreign aid programme is decreasing.
Figures from bookmakers Danske Spil indicate that many gamblers betting on the election date now believe it will be held on 9 June.
The Danish Taxation Authority has allowed thousands of solicitors to break the rules laid down in the Danish VAT Act in connection with bankruptcies.
On Sunday, the Danish public donated DKK 34.6 million on the Danish Cancer Association’s national collection day.
In a rare interview in the Sunday edition of Berlingske Tidende, the Queen made it clear what Danish society expects of refugees and immigrants.
Although recycling used cooking oil is big business in the USA, Denmark lags behind with no effective control system in place.
Cutbacks have resulted in fewer staff on night duty in care homes for the elderly.
Nine out of ten bankruptcies end with there being no money left for ordinary creditors after the company has been wound up.
A 23-year-old man has had his passport confiscated and been banned from travelling for one year under the new Syria Act, which came into force on 1 March.
Results from Sweden show that providing inmates with treatment for ADHD can save the state significant amounts of money.
The government has proposed a two-year break between bachelor’s and master’s courses to allow students to gain work experience.
Emirates will be the first airline to introduce the giant Airbus A380 on the route from Dubai to Copenhagen.
The DPP’s Søren Espersen laid into controversial poet Yahya Hassan last night on DR2’s Debatten.
Upper secondary education reform talks break down following political disagreement over admission requirements.
75 years ago today, German troops occupied Denmark. The occupation lasted five years until the country was officially liberated on 5 May 1945.
A new survey of children’s lives shows that many suffer from anxiety and are unhappy.
A majority outside the government would like to see vast amounts of illegally collected patient data deleted.
Free courses of training for the unemployed in Silkeborg may be reducing unemployment figures.
Ankle monitors have been shown to be an effective form of punishment; however, a new survey reveals they are not appropriate for every type of crime.
The listeria bacteria have been found in two batches of vegetables used in some McDonald’s products.
Fitness icon Charlotte Bircow has announced that she is to stand for parliament as a candidate for the Liberal Alliance.
110 workers at the Danish Crown plant in Faaborg were made redundant when they returned to work after the Easter break.
Election researcher suggests poet Yahya Hassan’s decision to stand for election as a candidate for the National Party may encourage immigrants to vote.
This summer, the construction company NCC will open its own recruitment agency in Poland.
Three out of four people would like to see the MFR vaccine, which is effective against measles, mumps and rubella, made compulsory.
Many Danes would like to see the Danish EU legal reservations replaced by the so-called ‘option’ scheme.
Ankle monitors are proving to be a popular method of serving a prison sentence at home.
The young Muslim poet, Yahya Hassan, is to join the newly formed National Party.
An extensive Danish study has calculated that the total cost of having a child via artificial insemination is DKK 76,413.
Many say they would be happy to boycott budget airlines with poor pay and working conditions for cabin crew, but few are prepared to follow through.
Disabled politician declared biased
Following the sale of its automotive division, shares in Danish Hi-Fi manufacturer B&O rose by 28% – the highest since last August.
SocDem ‘Home Help’ scheme proposal
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