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Muslims no longer comprise the biggest group of non-ethnic Danes in Denmark.
The mortgage credit sector and the country’s hard-up housing cooperatives are anxiously awaiting a ruling from the Maritime and Commercial High Court.
Christmas is a time of giving, and Danish hospitals have been receiving on a grand scale in the last five years.
In certain circumstances, obesity can be a disability, the European Court has ruled, after a Danish childminder took his dismissal to the EU.
With a fourth-quarter deficit of DKK 352 million despite savings of DKK 1.6 billion, the financial situation at crisis-hit SAS remains gloomy.
Minister of Finance Bjarne Corydon (SocDem) admits that for several years his ministry has not been claiming discounts on legal services.
The European Courts will today decide whether Billund Municipality acted unlawfully in firing Karsten Kaltoft, allegedly on grounds of obesity.
Social Liberal leader Morten Østergaard is under pressure from a number of the party’s grassroots supporters over the government’s asylum bill.
Facebook debates can quickly turn ugly, but a new study by Roskilde University has found that the vast majority of users are perfectly respectful.
Drink driving is a serious matter, say Statoil, Q8, Shell and 7Eleven.
The thousands of Syrian refugees who have come to Denmark in recent months will be here for many years, says Social Liberal leader Morten Østergaard.
The consultant doctor at Aarhus University Hospital who was responsible for treating Carina Melchior has been officially censured.
In future, citizens and companies can have greater confidence that their sensitive digital data is being well looked after.
Energy drinks taste good and have a stimulating effect, but one in five 10- to 14-year-olds who consumes them is getting too much caffeine.
Although the thermometer is showing single-digit temperatures and the gritting lorries have been sent out, 2014 looks to be the warmest year ever.
The Danish Union of Teachers has reopened its dispute with local authorities on teachers’ working hours.
A more analytical approach to policing has halved the number of street robberies compared to last year.
In a particularly critical statement, the UNHCR has expressed a number of concerns about the Danish Eritrea report.
OW Bunker camouflaged the income it received from oil speculation in company accounts.
Many Danish families will receive Christmas aid thanks to Danes’ willingness to donate to help vulnerable families.
New figures from the Ministry of Justice show that many unaccompanied refugee children seeking asylum in Denmark are actually over 18.
A series of confidential reports, meeting agendas and emails from OW Bunker have revealed that its owner, Altor, was aware of its risky investments.
Cimber Air has confirmed to DR News that one of its aircraft almost collided with a military plane over the Baltic Sea on Friday.
An increasing number of tourists are now exchanging package holidays for travel to combat zones to witness the devastation at close hand.
As the first country in the world, Denmark will today claim ownership of the North Pole.
Flemming Østergaard, aka Don Ø, the former chairman of the board of Denmark’s national stadium Parken is to stand trial accused of shares manipulation
The many Danes heading out to office parties this evening will need to be extra cautious about the weather.
Since the number of Eritrean refugees seeking asylum in Denmark peaked in August, the figure has almost halved.
When the police investigate complex cases of financial crime, they have often lost the battle before they have even begun, concludes a new report.
Young Danes are drinking and smoking less than they used to, according to a new study conducted by the Danish National Centre for Social Research.
If the right-wing parties win power at the next election, refugees can expect to receive significantly lower benefits than they do today
Mette Frederiksen (SocDem): “I am the country’s justice minister and I can categorically deny any involvement in the report.”
Insomnia and palpitations before meeting with a boss can be signs that a worker is afraid of losing their job, as are more than one in three workers.
The government’s anti-jihad bill has come in for stern criticism from a broad cross-section of organisations.
A new survey has revealed that the vast majority of Danish consumers are making an effort to spare the environment.
Twenty-five tons of chocolate, lollipops and wine gums have been confiscated from a huge sweets warehouse in Tranbjerg near Aarhus.
The Danish National Chamber Orchestra (DNCO) will be disbanded at the end of the year, Minister for Culture Marianne Jelved (SocLib) has confirmed.
The Danish Immigration Service has now opened up the possibility of automatic asylum for individuals who have left Eritrea to avoid military service.
The sound of the siren and national emergency preparedness were once part of the Danish consciousness, but not so today.
This year has seen a record number of Danes successfully convicted for making bomb threats.
Although we are still using a lot of physical cash, the demand for new notes and coins is falling.
The first time suspected Somali pirates are brought before a Danish court, they are awarded compensation.
On Monday, SAS notified the stock exchange that it has acquired the small aviation company Cimber Air for DKK 20 million.
Consumers the world over have an appetite for Danish goods with the red "organic" label.
The number of unqualified substitute teachers in Danish primary and lower secondary schools has risen in recent years.
Prominent members of the Social-Liberal Party have criticised the government and their own party in their handling of the Eritrea report case.
A DR investigation has revealed that the Shell oil refinery at Fredericia has been concealing a dark and environmentally dangerous secret for decades
The Liberal Party is demanding an investigation into Minister for Justice Mette Frederiksen’s involvement in the so-called Eritrea affair.
Thorkild Høyer, counsel for the defence in the Sam Mansour case, has now indicted more politicians.
Defence Command Denmark could do a better job stopping soldiers being sent to war who are unsuited for it.
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