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As a result of the cuts agreed by a majority in the regional council yesterday, almost 800 hospital jobs are to be axed in Central Denmark Region.
The Liberals edge closer to being able to form a government as negotiations with the DPP continue.
Following last years’ dispute, many teachers are making separate working hours agreements with their local authorities.
A number of municipal authorities, including Copenhagen, Aarhus and Odense have decided to boycott Irish budget airline, Ryanair.
Liberal chairman Lars Løkke Rasmussen has abandoned hope of forming a government comprising the four blue block parties.
Iceland is ranked as the most peaceful country in the world, followed by Denmark.
Twenty-three new independent schools are expected to open this year, 11 of which are replacing a closed municipal school.
DPP chair Peter Skaarup predicts a pure Liberal minority government.
Denmark can increase border control activities without violating the Schengen Agreement, says expert in the field.
The Liberals have not had a particularly good election and the coming days will show whether the party will be able to form a centre-right government.
A new survey by the Association of Danish Mortgage Banks shows that increasing property tax is affecting home owners in rural areas
Helle Thorning-Schmidt (SocDem) has acknowledged her defeat in the general election and will resign as Prime Minister of Denmark.
A taunt by a 22-year-old man in support of Islamic State and the Paris shootings is now to be tried by judges in the Eastern High Court.
Hiba Faisal is just one of the many new first-time voters who have become Danish citizens since the last election.
Party leaders discuss better conditions for families with children in TV2 debate.
Children who are judged to be a danger either to themselves or their surroundings may be placed in secure institutions with other convicted criminals.
Teachers on school trips and camps are only paid 14 hours per day when they are out of school with their classes.
New rules stating forbidding a manager to have a personal relationship with an employee have now cost one Aarhus principal his job.
Despite the claims of the prime minister candidates, leading economists credit international factors with the creation of new jobs in Denmark.
Danish children as young as 12 are being kept behind locked doors in high-security institutions.
Cardboard guns, dressing-up clothes and rubber swords could be essential items in the school bag of pupils at a new continuation school.
The idea that increased income inequality makes economies more dynamic has been dismissed by an International Monetary Fund (IMF) study.
Danmarks Radio, TV2 and most of the country’s newspapers will not be publishing exit polls before the polling stations close.
Liberal leader Lars Løkke Rasmussen will restore the Liberal-Conservative coalition’s Ministry of Integration if his party wins the election.
Houses that no one wants to own, which are worth less than nothing and can’t even be sold by compulsory auction, are simply being abandoned.
Voluntary homework cafés are not proving popular with municipal primary and lower-secondary school pupils.
Just days before the general election, seven Social Democrat mayors in the western suburbs of Copenhagen have sent out no fewer than 117,000 campaign letters to citizens.
In future, increased public expenditure on pensioners will largely be funded from the pensioners’ own pension assets.
Although local authorities have increased spending for the elderly, the budget is insufficient to cope with the increasingly ageing population.
While 14 years ago, Denmark paid out most in unemployment benefit in the European Union, the country has now slid down to 10th place on the list.
Jens Stenbæk, chairman of Zealand Region has challenged both Prime Minister candidates on the question of fair medicine prices.
The Danish People’s Party suggests that asylum seekers should be denied the right to asylum if they commit a crime, no matter how small.
According to statistics from the state job portal, Jobnet.dk, those with the lowest level of education have the fewest jobs to choose between.
Many Danish citizens living in areas of social deprivation are expected to choose not to vote and stay home on election day.
An asylum seeker who expressed his wish to work on DR News has been offered a job.
Denmark is violating the human rights of over 3,000 disabled people by not allowing them to vote, says Institute of Human Rights.
Education is dividing Denmark. Even though young people are becoming better educated, the pattern is not uniform throughout the country.
The government has offered an olive branch to district heating plants by allowing them to use large electric heat pumps to generate electricity.
Police are investigating a bribes case involving employees of Region Zealand, the Danish Prison and Probation Service and the Danish National Police.
A new government safety package promises greater police presence in areas with high levels of gang activity.
Understaffing and no time for breaks. Freezing cold in shops. Overtime without pay. Employees at Moss Copenhagen describe poor working conditions.
Thirteen people, including one employee of the Danish National Police, have been arrested in a case of suspected bribery of public employees.
At the weekend showdown between the two prime ministerial candidates, one statistic on the asylum rule changes was hotly disputed.
Despite huge demand for them in rural areas, newly qualified GPs are increasingly opting to stay in the cities.
The bankrupt company OW Bunker is to be sued by former shareholders seeking compensation for their investment losses.
If there was an election today and the government was decided by first-time voters, the Social Democrats would most likely not be celebrating.
The Aarhus man who went by the name of Abu Hamza and was placed on the US terror list in 2014 has died.
While many Danish home-owners have benefitted from low interest rates, cooperative home-owners have not been so lucky.
The Liberals want to tackle the growing influx of refugees to Denmark in recent years with a new asylum reform, due to be presented today.
Denmark has so far failed to fully implement the recommendations set out by the European Commission against Racism and Intolerance (ECRI) in 2012.
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