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Next year, a Dane will occupy one of the top positions at the UN when Mogens Lykketoft (SocDem) becomes President of the General Assembly.
The election campaign in Greenland found a new key issue yesterday when it emerged that the Greenlandic economy is worse off than previously assumed.
Vamdrup School south-west of Kolding is to introduce guidelines on how the school and parents should communicate with one another.
The police register of individuals with gang connections is backfiring in one important respect.
Archaeologists have made a remarkable find in the excavations for the future Fehmarn Belt Link – a Stone Age axe with a well-preserved wooden handle.
“You’re a fucking disgrace. You’re so gonna get it. I’m gonna smash your face in ,” a man shouts at his girlfriend on the street. Would you intervene?
The Danish Immigration Service is set to resume the numerous cases of asylum seekers from the East African country of Eritrea.
Henrik Qvortrup, former editor-in-chief of Se & Hør, has a new job working for the Danish edition of free daily newspaper MetroXpress.
Imagine saving money on your groceries while at the same time supporting the world’s poorest people – DanChurchAid is aiming to make that a reality.
Many parents are struggling to communicate appropriately with teachers about their children’s schooling.
The ‘Quality Commission’ on higher education believes there has been an artificially inflated focus on grades for admission to higher education.
A cross-party group will meet with the Minister for Culture today to discuss the fate of the Danish National Chamber Orchestra.
Many Danes believe that persons without Danish citizenship working in Denmark represent a threat to wages and working conditions.
A number of heating customers in rural areas of Denmark may be able to save thousands of kroner in heating bills.
The pharmaceutical company, Lundbeck has announced that its CEO Ulf Wiinberg is leaving the company with immediate effect.
The foreign workforce in Denmark is growing in all areas, but especially in the industrial, cleaning, transport, hotel and restaurant sectors.
Since last summer, the police have received 51 bomb threats in different locations in Denmark.
Post Danmark is to announce redundancies today after its parent company, Post Nord, announced major losses.
A Danish employee of dairy giant Arla has been shot by an unknown gunman on the streets of Riyadh, the Saudi Arabian capital.
Roma and Chechen refugees are unwanted by some local authorities.
US President Barack Obama sets out to tackle an immigration system that obliges thousands of people to live as illegal immigrants in the USA.
A new proposal by the Conservatives would like to see more local police stations and more local police officers in ghetto areas.
A new survey reveals that Christmas spending is highest in northern Jutland and lowest on Zealand
A new report shows that an increasing number of young people are choosing to study the natural sciences.
The Ministry of Defence can, without further consultation, use a special rule that allows the monitoring of private telephone calls and communication.
As many as 17,000 people from 81 countries have travelled to Syria to fight for Islamic State against the ruling regime in the bloody civil war.
The Supreme Court will today deliver its ruling in the historic case between Scandinavian Tobacco Group and former smoker Allan Lykke Jensen.
From 1 December, study advisers will be offering support to pupils not yet ready for upper-secondary education, a majority of whom will be boys.
It appears that Denmark has a different philosophy to its Scandinavian neighbours when it comes to maintaining life in premature babies.
The DAMD general practice database has been collecting illegal data on Danish citizens’ health issues, asserts a report by Statens Serum Institut.
At 10:00 am today, many leading bankers will be standing before the District Court in Hjørring accused of serious economic crimes.
Many parents are choosing not to send their children to SFO - the organised pre and after-school provision.
Copenhagen City Police have arrested three men suspected of having laundered money from the sale of cannabis.
A new report published today suggests that Christmas clementines may have been harvested by illegal migrant workers in Italy.
The pump manufacturer Grundfos plans to fire 405 employees globally. I33 of these will be in Denmark.
A new WWF report reveals that Danish pension funds still invest heavily in fossil fuels and are not good enough at investing in green energy.
The City of Copenhagen has warned that 3,000 schoolchildren could be at risk of being infected with listeria through their school meals.
The DVFA has increased the threat level for Denmark, following the discovery of bird flu in the UK, Holland and Germany.
The Socialist People’s Party believes that Danish intervention in Iraq may be doing more harm than good.
Mental health workers are protesting against what they are calling an ‘assembly line’ mentality in psychiatric outpatient clinics.
Following the G20 Summit, British Prime Minister David Cameron issued a stark message that a second global economic crisis could be looming.
Danes support increased military action against the Islamic State.
New passport scanners at Copenhagen Airport will allow passport control police to concentrate on catching illegal immigrants and criminals.
An extra tax relief of 2.5 per cent is to be introduced for owners of the least valuable houses due to problems with a new property valuation system.
For the third year in succession, the Danish Red Cross is experiencing a rise in the number of families needing help at Christmas.
Yesterday evening Danish time, an extremely emotional Malthe Thomsen was able to leave a New York court as a free man.
In a number of classrooms across the country, the teacher has been supplemented with a small humanoid robot that can see, speak, listen and move.
Lars Løkke Rasmussen wants to see more gender-segregated lessons for boys who find it hard to sit still and listen to what the teacher is saying.
Since 2012, thousands of women in the Capital Region of Denmark have mistakenly been denied breast cancer screening.
DR’s political analyst Bjarne Steensbeck believes the budget has made it perfectly clear that the government has already begun its election campaign.
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