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Statens Serum Institut has released personal health information on millions of patients to private companies and patient registries.
A new study suggests that men tend to be ready to have children later in life than women.
The official Islamic State internet magazine, Dabiq, has praised the Danish terrorist who carried out the recent attacks in Copenhagen.
The former leading Danish Nazi and SS officer, Søren Kam, has died aged 93.
A new report on terrorist attacks over that last three years reveals that only one person involved in a terrorist attack had previously fought in Syria.
Should the holiday homes rule, which prevents foreigners from buying holiday property in Denmark, be repealed?
The association of uniformed prison officers believes that more moderate Imams should work in prisons to help combat extremism.
It is becoming more common for older single women to choose artificial insemination as a ‘last resort’ after years spent looking for Mr Right.
The cost of the Danish contribution to the coalition fighting the Islamic State (IS) in Iraq has now reached DKK 213 million.
The Danish Health and Medicines Authority has decided to suspend a psychiatrist from Funen who administered incorrect treatment for ten years.
The number of Danes referred by their GP for genetic testing in the public health service has more than doubled in just four years
A new Epinion poll conducted for DR News has the red block gaining six seats, thus making significant inroads into the blue block support.
Parents with disabled children across the country should benefit from a ruling by the National Social Appeals Board against Aarhus Municipality.
The City of Copenhagen has taken an important step towards achieving its goal of having 20% social housing by 2025
Birds and fish in the Skagerrak are suffering as a result of marine rubbish, which is washing up on its beaches in large quantities.
A new hospital project is using beeping soap dispensers to remind patients and staff to wash their hands.
It is not only Muslim women who need protection as a result of honour-related conflicts; Muslim men are no strangers to men’s crisis centres.
A large number of Social Democrat and Social Liberal MPs and parliamentary candidates want more dedicated paternity leave.
The number of people coming to Denmark to seek asylum continues to fall.
Students choosing HF (higher preparatory) programmes often have poor basic school grades and are disaffected with schooling, according to a new study.
A Dane was on the Germanwings flight that crashed in the French Alps on Tuesday morning.
Danish wastewater plants are unable to filter out many microplastics.
When consumers purchase airline tickets, they cannot always expect to fly with a specific type of aircraft.
Many elderly citizens cannot move from rural areas due to a lack of homebuyers.
Royals to lose hunting privileges
Figures from PET show that in 2014, fewer Danes travelled abroad to fight for the Islamic State than in 2013.
A number of Danish pushers now apparently prefer to sell their wares from home rather than from freezing street corners.
Bjarne Riis has been suspended by Team Tinkoff-Saxo owner Oleg Tinkoff.
New tests have revealed that certain foodstuffs contain microscopic plastic fibres that may originate from washing synthetic clothes.
Mother would like to see a national network to help parents of radicalised young people.
Two injured and three attackers arrested following shooting in Fields shopping centre.
Tougher message on immigration in new SocDem campaign.
Many former patients in the Region of Southern Denmark want their personal medical information deleted from the controversial DAMD database.
Day care quality inadequate
The travel card has been so poorly received that it is DKK 256m under the budget set in 2011.
Two government officials in the Eritrea case are now leaving the Danish Immigration Service.
Nearly three times as many children now attend private nurseries and day care centres as eight years ago.
When the solar eclipse hits Denmark, it is important not to look directly into the sun.
Liberal spokesperson on integration supports employer discrimination against women who wear hijab.
The Government has proposed significantly changing the conditions for refugees and immigrants with a new integration proposal.
Three people were wounded on Wednesday in a parking garage shooting under the Field’s shopping centre in Amager.
Many people in Denmark can look forward to a refund from the Danish Tax Authority, SKAT, this summer.
The terrorist threat against Denmark remains high.
Prison guards are now subjected to violence and threats 53% more than in 2011.
New figures from Statistics Denmark show that Danish inter-ethnic marriages have become less common.
A new initiative by e-mark, the Danish accreditation scheme for safe online trading, will provide even greater security for consumers.
In the past week, Danish F16 aircraft on deployment in Iraq have flown 11 missions and dropped nine bombs on enemy buildings and vehicles.
Over the next two years, the government hopes to encourage 30,000 more refugees and immigrants to enter the job market through special programmes.
Following sharp criticism from experts, the government has dropped its proposal to allow the DDIS to freely phone-tap Danish citizens abroad.
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