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The Danish Energy Association is disappointed that the EU heads of state have reduced their target for increasing energy efficiency by 2030.
Four stone-age burial mounds in Billund have been excavated by grave robbers and possibly plundered of state treasure.
Denmark is playing it tough over Turkey’s actions in the Hedegaard affair and taking the matter to the EU.
A collection of controversial works of art that have never been seen in Denmark was exhibited yesterday by the Danish Free Press Society.
Minister for Education Sofie Carsten Nielsen (SocLib) is tweaking her plan to cut around 4,000 university places.
The number of asylum seekers coming to Denmark is continuing to rise, Minister of Justice Mette Frederiksen (SocDem) has told the Danish Parliament.
Ten Danish-Kurdish men were acquitted yesterday in Denmark’s biggest-ever terror funding trial.
It is a battle against time if the Ebola epidemic is to be halted, says Minister for Trade and Development Cooperation Mogens Jensen (SocDem).
A 19-year-old Danish citizen from Copenhagen has been imprisoned in Lebanon since June, suspected of fighting for Islamic State.
Lars Hedegaard has questioned an official statement by the Turkish authorities that they were opposed to the release of his suspected assassin.
Despite the growing competition from streaming services, television packages are continuing to go up in price.
In a new translation of two books of the Old Testament, the word “ark” is just one of many words to be sacrificed on the altar of language.
When voting takes place in Strasbourg this afternoon, six of the 13 Danish MEPs intend to press their red buttons.
In just two weeks of intensive summer school, 99 boys improved their reading by an average of nearly three school years.
Wait months for an appointment or pay to skip the waiting time; this is the scenario with many of the country’s medical specialists across the board.
Defence Command Denmark has said on its website that Danish aircraft have dropped their first bombs on positions in Iraq.
On Monday, Martin Lidegaard, the Minister for Foreign Affairs, informed his European counterparts on the murder attempt on writer Lars Hedegaard.
A woman has been awarded a record DKK 3 million in a sexual harassment case.
Patients with eye problems can now expect a long wait for an appointment with an eye specialist.
Danish pig farmers and meat producers are beginning to feel the pinch as Russia boycotts foodstuffs from the EU.
The Turkish authorities have confirmed that the man charged with the attempted shooting of writer Lars Hedegaard has been released.
According to Danish daily, Jyllands Posten, the social group most likely to be on social welfare benefits are immigrants and their descendants.
Government to earmark billions to improve safety for residents in socially disadvantaged areas.
A pond in Greve Strand has become home to a potentially dangerous species of mosquito.
Fears over Ebola have led SAS, Denmark’s biggest airline, to set up a task force to intervene if a passenger shows symptoms of the deadly virus.
From 1 January 2012 to 1 September 2014, Denmark took in more Syrian refugees than 15 other EU countries combined.
Lars Hedegaard, who has been at the centre of so much recent drama, plans to stand as an independent in the next general election.
Danish fighter planes took to the air for the first time yesterday in the battle against Islamic State in northern Iraq.
New research from Rigshospitalet (Copenhagen University Hospital) shows that cases of HPV-triggered tonsil cancer in men have increased significantly.
Nearly one in three municipalities is set to cut personal and/or corporate taxes next year.
The Ministry of Health and Prevention has rejected Hvidovre Hospital’s proposal to fit dementia patients with GPS tracking devices.
Danish companies that have been hacked could be granted anonymity if they are legally compelled to report the attack, suggests ITB.
The National Party is a new Danish political party that wants to put a stop to intolerance, mistrust and fear in Danish society.
This week and next, Danish police are participating in a large-scale EU police action.
A new survey has revealed that next year, many local authorities will be spending less money on the elderly than this year.
Following the Dutch example, Danish police will now be able to introduce tighter controls at Danish border crossings.
New research has revealed that members of Frikorps Danmark were active participants in the extermination of Jews during the Second World War.
Actor Jess Ingerslev has died following a long illness. He was 67.
A new survey has revealed that half of the country’s dementia patients disappear at some point in time, in some cases with tragic consequences.
Brian Mikkelsen, Conservative spokesman on sport, thinks that harsher punishment and a more organised international forum may help fight match fixing.
The Turkish ambassador said he has no information as yet on the apparent release of the man suspected of attacking the writer, Lars Hedegaard.
The Danish Emergency Management Agency is sending isolation containers to Sierra Leone, which is among the West African countries worst hit by the Ebola virus.
When Danish soldiers are posted abroad on active service, they are often motivated by idealism. However, they frequently return disillusioned.
Many Danes’ dream of a big house has had an impact on house prices in Denmark over the last 22 years.
Two leading international Danish badminton players have been contacted by a Malaysian match fixer offering them large sums of money to fix their games.
It would appear that the Ebola epidemic in West Africa now also threatens much of the world’s chocolate production.
The man accused of attempting to shoot Islam-critical writer Lars Hedegaard has apparently been released from prison in Turkey.
Helle Thorning-Schmidt’s government must make yet another cabinet reshuffle as Minister for Justice, Karen Hækkerup says goodbye to politics.
The number of young people volunteering for national service has increased significantly, with fewer objectors.
Minister of Justice Karen Hækkerup is leaving her post to replace Søren Gade as CEO of the Danish Agriculture & Food Council.
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