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INTERPOL is concerned that many countries have not implemented proper security measures at borders and airports.
Mogens Lykketoft has hit out at his party colleagues and the government over the handling of changes in unemployment benefit rules.
Thomas Thune Andersen, former CEO of Maersk Oil, is to succeed Fritz Schur as chairman of the board of DONG Energy.
The vast majority of doctors agree that “excessive focus on productivity in hospitals is to the detriment of patient contact”.
When you buy a new tumble dryer, dishwasher or fridge, there is a very good chance that you will not be able to rely on the energy labelling.
Images of children in provocatively sexual poses can be found legally on Danish websites.
Since 2009, SKAT has encouraged members of the public to inform on neighbours and acquaintances.
Police have issued a warning regarding the mosque on Grimhøjvej in Braband, Aarhus, writes Danish daily, Politiken.
Even though patients must be given a diagnosis within four weeks of visiting a doctor, only about half of them actually receive one.
The price fixing agreement between construction companies in the Greater Copenhagen area appears to be more extensive than initially suspected.
The University of Copenhagen proposes a plan requiring upper secondary school students to have a minimum of 6 as an average grade for university entrance.
Researchers from Lisbon University have discovered one of Europe’s largest known predatory dinosaurs.
The cost of a visit to a café and the price of cars are just some of the things that surprise foreigners when they come to work in Denmark.
A number of vital Danish state IT systems could change hands from American-owned CSC to a large Indian IT concern.
A new report by the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) reveals that 52 per cent of Danish women have been physically abused.
The National Health Profile, published today, links an unhealthy lifestyle with premature death and level of education.
The eldest victim of the Tønder child abuse case has now received economic compensation from the Danish authorities.
The historically large post-war generation is now getting so old that within the next ten years, many are likely to develop cancer.
New figures analysed by DR’s Investigative Database Editorial Department show that Swedes receive the most in Danish welfare benefits.
Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt has unequivocally ruled out sending Danish warships to Ukraine.
A Norwegian study has shown that many deodorants are high in aluminium, which may be harmful if absorbed into the body in excessive quantities.
At skat.dk, taxpayers in Denmark can get a provisional calculation of their tax statement for 2013 ahead of next week’s final statement.
The latest National Health Profile reveals that Danes are kicking their most harmful habits, namely smoking and drinking.
The Danish Regions expect to prevent 150 deaths a year with a new cancer screening programme.
Should Danish doctors be allowed to actively assist their patients to die?
It makes good sense for municipalities to prevent citizens running up debts, so they are now introducing advisory services like in The Luxury Trap.
The Lib-Con proposal to convert the child benefit payment into a tax deduction would have serious financial consequences for thousands of Danes.
Following prolonged negotiations, the Danish Construction Association and 3F have concluded a three-year collective agreement.
A sensational US research project led by Danish researcher Maiken Nedergaard has revealed a potential link between Alzheimer’s and lack of sleep.
The influx of migrant workers from Eastern Europe has been around three times higher than forecast in 2004.
The Socialist People’s Party is proposing that the qualification period for unemployment benefit should be halved from one year to six months.
If the government is willing to negotiate on social dumping, the Red-Green Alliance may be ready to support the act on child benefit for EU citizens.
Eighteen-year-old Songül Yüksel from Køge is due to be deported from Denmark today even though she does not have much to return home to in Turkey.
Traffic Radio was inundated with calls yesterday morning about drivers forgetting to turn on their rear lights.
Low wages and poor working conditions are the reality for a growing number of immigrants in Denmark.
A Danish study suggests that the risk of a woman having a child with ADHD increases if she uses paracetamol-containing medication during pregnancy.
Sweden and Finland are not administering child benefit payments in contravention of EU law.
Adults are an overlooked group in the loneliness debate.
If the Danes have to recycle more household waste, it will be more costly for society, according to the Environmental Economic Council.
Unwilling to pay for their helpers, many municipalities are cutting financial holiday support for people with special needs.
The Red-Green Alliance believes that family allowance should only be available for parents with children living in Denmark.
An American management consultancy is to play an as yet unknown part in implementing the government’s educational reforms.
After a number of lean years, there are yet more signs that the Danish economy is recovering.
Christine Antorini (SocDem), the Minister of Education, has finalised the agreement on the reform of the national vocational training system.
The decline in the rural population may mean demolishing whole villages.
Maersk Line containers washed overboard last week off the French coast have begun to appear on British shores.
Danmarks Nationalbank is now recommending that Denmark joins the European bank union.
Integrating special needs children into normal classes has proved too stressful for some Danish teachers.
Health experts say the price of cigarettes should be raised and there should be a minimum price for alcohol.
Copenhagen police still have few witnesses following the violent biker gang confrontation near Parken on Saturday night.
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