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Benny Engelbrecht (SocDem) has been appointed as the new Minister for Taxation.
Denmark comes second on The Economist's list of countries from where citizens have travelled to take part in the conflict in Syria.
From today, Danish citizens can simply change their personal registration number (CPR) if they wish to change gender.
Despite Danish research findings that using e-cigarettes can be effective in quitting smoking, they are a long way from official approval.
EU heads of state have agreed to appoint Donald Tusk, the Polish Prime Minister to take over from Herman Van Rompuy as European Commission president.
The Danish PM has announced that Margrethe Vestager, Minister for the Economy and Internal Affairs is to take up a new post as EU Commissioner.
New leader leader for the Social Liberal Party.
The wall of silence surrounding the biggest hacking scandal in Danish history could soon be falling.
All because one passenger found his nervous behaviour suspicious, university student Alisiv Ceran briefly became Denmark’s most wanted man.
Fewer than expected are taking advantage of ‘Boligjobordning’ – the service and maintenance scheme through which homeowners can get tax relief.
The DR consumer programme ‘Kontant’ has reported that 21 models from the popular VW, Audi, Seat and Skoda car ranges may have serious problems with their engines.
New figures from the Ministry of Employment show that the cash benefit reform is not having the desired effect.
Following appeals from both the Iraqi and American governments, the Danish parliament has voted unanimously to make a military contribution to the Iraq crisis.
A survey revealed that in 2013 130 people of faith were granted Danish residence permits.
Economic growth is finally taking hold in Denmark and the future does not look quite as bleak as before.
There are many methods and aids to help smokers kick the habit. However, a new study shows that most manage to quit without outside help.
The Danish Financial Supervisory Authority thinks that Danish bank bosses have escaped too lightly in the wake of the financial crisis.
A batch of marinated pork chops has been withdrawn from the shelves of some supermarkets after it was found to contain traces of salmonella.
A total of 40 businesses delayed the recall of meat products from Jørn A. Rullepølser that could potentially have been infected with listeria.
Lower unemployment and 0.8 per cent growth in public spending in 2015 are just two of the highlights in the government’s budget proposal.
Cecilia Malmström, the Swedish European Commissioner for Internal Affairs thinks Danmark is taking in too few refugees.
The last week of August will mostly be warm and pleasant, with temperatures over 20 degrees centigrade.
Eighty years after its discovery, doctors still do not understand why electroconvulsive therapy works.
The case in which a Copenhagen University Hospital cardiac specialist abused his research funding is becoming more serious.
The Red-Green Party’s central committee has agreed that its parliamentary group may support sending Danish arms to support Kurds fighting in Iraq.
The government has spent DKK 3.3 billion in attempts to shore up the unemployment benefits system.
Denmark is to become part of the NATO missile defence shield and will equip one or more navy frigates with special radar.
The Tulip Food Company has recalled three different products from Danish supermarket shelves after traces of listeria were found in a batch in Sweden.
IT systems in Job Centres are preventing EU citizens from looking for work in Denmark.
Many government ministries are allowing civil servants to award grants from closed state funds in contravention of good administrative practice.
The Red-Green Party wants economic inequality on the agenda in the Budget.
Copenhagen Metro's City Circle Line is likely to be delayed by seven months and neighbours to the site are angry that the disruption will continue.
New health care package will intensify support for the chronically ill and cancer patients.
Liberals say social welfare reform works and they would not change it following a general election.
A new study by the Rockwool Foundation shows that almost half the students that start vocational courses never finish them.
The Data Protection Agency has been forced to drop its case against Aller Media, owners of Se & Hør.
Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt sees no need for further changes in the unemployment benefit system.
The Capital Region of Denmark’s regional council is giving a DKK 46m grant to Wonderful Copenhagen.
Three Danish films are in the running for a prestigious Oscar next year.
In July, 105 people were diagnosed as infected with the multi-resistant swine bacterium MRSA CC398.
Up to 51 people were evacuated due to a subterranean landslide at a Metro construction site.
The SocDem-SocLib state budget proposal includes a doubling of the deduction for union dues.
The number of people who lost eligibility for unemployment benefit this year is much higher than expected.
Minister for Social Affairs and Integration, Manu Sareen finds Pia Kjærsgaard’s headscarf ban proposal astonishing.
Blue block voters rank immigration as a top issue much more than red block voters.
After suffering a loss of DKK 58 million following the Eurovision Song Contest, Mikkel Metz Mørch, CEO of Wonderful Copenhagen, has resigned.
A new study shows that unemployment among young people with vocational training has fallen for the first time in six years.
A new opinion poll shows that although Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt is popular with voters, her policies are not.
A new report critical of the Danish Veterinary & Food Administration reveals that the dangerous listeria bacteria may have caused up to 12 deaths.
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