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Pernille Auchenberg, whose husband died of a heart attack aged 40, believes there should be more post-mortems to establish hereditary causes of death.
Dane Age and two pensioners have lost their legal battle for the right to home help after the Supreme Court ruled in favour of Køge Municipality.
The right-wing VKO coalition has closed ranks in its negotiations with the government on a new municipal primary and lower-secondary school reform.
A third of foreign workers on Danish building sites are being underpaid and exposed to a hazardous working environment.
It will make life a little easier for Danish expats that SKAT is now relaxing its interpretation of the rules on tax liability.
Outreach to Thai sex workers in the City of Copenhagen is proving highly successful.
The number of Danes living with cancer is continuing to increase, reflecting higher survival rates.
New figures show that since 2002 Denmark has failed to achieve two national objectives in reducing the physical strain from work.
General Major Per Ludvigsen, Commander Army Operational Command, is suing John Dyrby Paulsen, finance spokesman for the Social Democrats, for libel.
Despite the lack of Danish films in this year’s programme, there is a distinctly Danish vibe present at the Cannes Film Festival.
All ministers are obliged to notify the Danish Parliament about serious matters – but Birthe Rønn Hornbech didn’t.
After five consecutive regional congresses, a 94.3 per cent majority of GPs across Denmark are ready to turn in their provider numbers.
According to a memo, the government is considering removing the proposal for activity classes from the new school reform.
The acquittal of Camilla Vest has prompted the Danish Tax and Customs Administration to reopen old tax evasion cases.
Among other things, the agreement includes a new labour market benefit for those who would otherwise drop out of the current system.
Brøndby was down to 10 players and stretched to breaking point, but nevertheless won 1-0 in Horsens.
Kids and their parents should be especially vigilant and check their bodies for ticks after a walk in the woods.
The Danish cress experiment should not cause people to hit the radiation panic button, according to experts.
A grade 9 experiment to determine the effect of mobile phone radiation on the growth of cress seeds has received international acclaim.
The government is prepared to take drastic measures if the conflict with the Organisation of General Practitioners in Denmark cannot be resolved.
Shipcraft has accused the Shipowners’ Association of 2010 of failings in the M/V Leonard kidnapping affair.
In Thursday’s Eurovision semi-final, the Balkan countries were all eliminated, while the five Nordic countries all progressed to the final.
The Red-Green Alliance is advocating training rather than compulsory jobs for unemployment benefit recipients who fall out of the benefit system.
The regions are not preparing a free alternative to the family GP for 1 September, when GPs are threatening to leave the public healthcare system.
Men diagnosed with postnatal depression face long waiting times to get the treatment they need.
Politicians and residents of the Indre By district of Copenhagen have had enough of broken bottles, the stink of urine and blaring music.
On Tuesday morning, the Western High Court ruled that 6-year-old Thai-born Fimm Na Thipan be allowed to remain with his Danish stepfather.
GPs in Region Zealand are ready to follow their colleagues in the Capital Region and turn in their provider numbers.
Minister for Health Astrid Krag demands answers regarding the case of disputed psychiatrist Arne Mejlhede.
Along with nine other countries, Denmark has secured a spot in the grand finale of the Eurovision Song Contest 2013.
The government is now ready to present its scheme to support around 30,000 Danes about to lose their unemployment benefit this year.
Most Danish doctors are willing to turn in their provider numbers and start charging their clients directly.
Danish students had to acknowledge that the Chinese were way ahead of them academically.
Eccentric film producer Peter Aalbæk Jensen calls himself the ‘least insane’ person in show business.
The former department head at the Danish Ministry of Taxation stuck to his guns during a second round of questioning on Monday.
Thirty-eight people were arrested on Sunday afternoon when Copenhagen Police stormed an illegally occupied building on Jagtvej.
Danish soldiers in Afghanistan are confident that the Afghans will be able to manage their own security when international troops withdraw.
The body of the missing 28-year-old man Martin Svejgaard Helbo has been recovered from the harbour of Islands Brygge.
As many as 100,000 tenants of freehold flats are paying too much rent.
Surgeries across the country will be closed on Tuesday 28 May as GPs gather in Odense for a summit on the conflict with the regions.
Police have confirmed that a baby girl found in a plastic bag in Farum yesterday morning was just a few hours old.
Social Liberal leader Margrethe Vestager is coming under increasing pressure from the party faithful in the debate on unemployment benefit.
Copenhagen and the greater Copenhagen area is getting a new film foundation to draw foreign film productions to the city.
A total of 31 international companies made the trip to Copenhagen on Tuesday in order to learn more about the possibilities of oil drilling.
The Minister for Education wants to change the law to allow the sale of Danish teaching concepts in Asia.
“Thorning is wrong, simple as that,” says the director of the Association of Danish Unemployment Funds, which is rejecting the PM's views on benefit.
The former Minister for Integration has been called back to explain her department’s unlawful management of citizenship applications from 2008-10.
One expert suggests that a controversial psychiatrist also overcharged North Denmark Region for his dubious treatments and misdiagnoses.
The Ministers for Foreign Affairs and Development Cooperation have introduced an immediate support package of DKK 75 million for Somalia.
Hans Kristian Skibby has criticised the decision to donate Danish development funds to Somalia as a crazy misplacement of funds.
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