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Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt (SocDem) has revealed some of the elements of the government’s anti-radicalisation strategy.
The trial of 22-year-old Malthe Thomsen, accused of sexually violating preschool children in New York, has been postponed once again.
Whether it be a slight fever, a runny nose or a headache, most Danes do not let sickness prevent them from fulfilling their work duties.
A new study shows that 40 per cent of the packaging used for ordinary food products contains toxic compounds.
Copenhagen Police have charged a 27-year-old man with committing serious fraud through match-fixing.
On Wednesday, 101 employees at DR were given notice of redundancy.
Increasingly, parents are buying homes for their children, thereby driving up prices and making it hard for many people to get an urban apartment.
The killing of a 57-year-old family lawyer had been planned the day before, prosecutor Martin Stassen has told Frederiksberg District Court.
In recent months, so many new asylum seekers have arrived in Denmark that the police have a backlog of hundreds of unregistered cases.
A new international convention on match fixing in sport comes into operation today.
A 67-year-old grandfather fired six shots at the Bailiff’s Court in Copenhagen, killing a 57-year-old lawyer and wounding his 31-year-old client.
Errors are rife in the use of morphine plasters at nursing homes, old people’s homes and other municipal institutions.
Hospital services of the future may well be extended to the patient’s home, as illustrated by two pilot projects initiated by Rigshospitalet.
It appears there has been no progress towards achieving the Danish government’s goal of halving the use of force in psychiatry by 2020.
Crime and vandalism on Copenhagen’s hard-pressed housing estates have fallen as a result of changes in the rules for letting apartments.
Four experts from the Danish Emergency Management Agency have been sent to Liberia in support of UN efforts to combat the deadly Ebola virus.
The Danish Health and Medicines Agency has announced comprehensive plans for restructuring.
TDC has announced that it has bought the Norwegian cable TV company Get A/S for DKK 12.5 billion.
Local authority budgets may result in significant cutbacks in children’s services.
The Social Democrats have won the Swedish General Election and Sweden has a new Prime Minister, party leader Stefan Löfven.
The Liberals, Conservatives, Danish People’s Party and the Liberal Alliance have joined forces in a series of new initiatives to combat youth criminality.
Faith groups to be subject to legislation.
There are currently more asylum seekers arriving in Denmark than at any time over the last 20 years.
Part of the government’s anti-radicalisation plan may be to confiscate the passports of those who are considering fighting in Syria.
Danish schools’ new initiative to offer homework help for pupils during school time has not proved as popular as had been hoped.
Many Danes can look forward to tax increases when a new database system for calculating property price assessments is put into use from 2017.
The Danish FSA is proposing a five per cent deposit for prospective homeowners.
Danes are not as good as other countries at protecting their homes against burglary.
The country’s homeowners may have to wait even longer before they find out what their homes are actually worth.
A dispute about shelves between two rival furniture companies has finally been settled after a nine-year battle in the Danish courts.
Minister for Education Christine Antorini (SocDem) believes that schools should be free to innovate with break-times.
It was yesterday confirmed that Margrethe Vestager has been appointed as the new EU Commissioner for Competition.
A new survey has found that 80 per cent of entrepreneurs have a positive outlook on the future.
Denmark is home to 15 extremist groups, according to a long-awaited report just published by SFI - the Danish National Centre for Social Research.
A new report by SFI - the Danish National Centre for Social Research has shed light on how extremist groups in Denmark recruit new members.
Margrethe Vestager is set to be unveiled as the EU's new competition commissioner, a significant position for Denmark.
Only one in four cyclists aged 26 to 60 wears a helmet, putting themselves at risk, but also passing on their bad habit to the next generation.
DR News’ European correspondent has examined the difference in the way Danes and Swedes accept immigration.
DR may lose between 170 and 200 jobs in the current round of cutbacks.
It is up to the High Court to decide the extent to which the country’s hairdressers may charge different prices for cutting men’s or women’s hair.
A strong statement from the Danish Muslim Union distances Danish Muslims from the extremist organisation, the Islamic State.
In a surprising about-face, the Danish government has now decided to negotiate with the European Commission to change the PSO energy subsidy system.
Police chiefs reach out to imams and Muslim organisations to reject the Islamic State and dissuade young Muslims from travelling to fight in Syria.
The recent scandals and aggressive methods have resulted in a loss of confidence in the Danish Taxation Authority, SKAT.
A sudden downpour has flooded parts of West Jutland with rainfall levels that have shocked even the emergency services.
SSP has questioned calls from the Conservatives and the Liberal Alliance for the controversial Grimhøj Mosque to be closed.
Almost one in five of the 41,000 Danes who have lost their entitlement to unemployment benefit are aged 55 to 59.
Mehmet Cift, 18, was born and raised in Denmark, speaks Danish, studies in Ishøj and has no criminal record, but he does not have a Danish passport.
Twenty-one people who confess to having committed acts of violence in their home countries are living in Denmark under “tolerated residence” status.
Denmark now has a fifth ring fortress from the Viking Age, following the latest discovery in a field belonging to the Vallø Stift estate west of Køge.
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