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New figures from the cause of death register show that lifestyle diseases are still the biggest killers.
Contrary to the government’s intentions, the number of day closures in day-care centres in 36 Danish local authorities is increasing.
A group of international researchers have produced a guide for frequent drug users on how to take drugs responsibly.
Figures show that last year Danes bought less duty-free beer and soft drinks from Germany and for the first time in many years, sales increased in Danish shops.
Travel card deals for the Danish Rejsekort, encourage off-peak travel by public transport.
Six million cancer cells from a patient with aggressive thyroid cancer are to be sent into space to test their reaction to weightlessness.
Police officer pushes man out of wheel chair and leaves him lying on the ground.
Many politicians believe that Denmark is facing a problem with regard to organ donors. In 2013, the number was the lowest ever.
A new study by mobile phone company Telenor reveals that one in three Danes take their mobiles with them to the loo.
Biker gangs earn billions from the black economy, where the punishment is less than that for drug trafficking.
The Minister for Taxation wants to look into the legal rights of taxpayers; SKAT employees want their legal rights to be considered as well.
Last night, a British freighter collided with Masnedø Bridge. All rail traffic from Vordingborg has been suspended this morning.
Danish parental custody laws may be in contravention of human rights.
Experts say that Eastern European workers have not been taking jobs from Danes.
New Danish Health and Medicines Authority guidelines continue to allow the circumcision of young Jewish and Muslim boys on religious grounds.
Russian President, Vladimir Putin has threatened to stop supplying natural gas to the Ukraine unless the country pays its gas debts to Russia.
To attract more highly qualified workers to Denmark, the government is proposing offering more places in schools with an international profile.
The number of acute emergency ambulance call-outs has risen in the Capital Region since the introduction of the 1813 emergency telephone line.
Politicians ready to help bikers
An Italian tourist was stabbed in the thigh in Copenhagen on Wednesday evening.
Toyota’s recall of 6.5 million vehicles likely to affect sales in Denmark.
Mette Frederiksen, the Minister for Employment, wants to make it more difficult for foreigners to get work in Denmark.
Danish homeowners could be hit by new EU Directive.
The current data protection act is badly in need updating and many internet users do not feel they have complete control of their personal information.
Four women who contracted cervical cancer after being dropped from the screening programme have been awarded almost DKK 4 million in compensation.
As of next Monday, fines for motorists who speed through road works will be considerably higher.
After the discovery of another crack yesterday, DSB now expects to find more cracks in the axle boxes of IC4 trains.
After several months of tense bargaining, talks between the European Commission and Russia have now broken down.
Non-EU students may now stay in Denmark for two years instead of three after they finish their studies.
Former imam Ahmed Akkari’s controversial book has received positive reviews.
One in six parents are considering transferring their child to a private school as a result of the new education reform.
Former imam Ahmed Akkari’s new book reveals that some imams were actually playing a double game during the Mohammed crisis.
Very young or vulnerable pregnant women are to receive financial support from the Minister for Health because life as a new mum isn’t always easy.
The Conservative Party would like to see top-bracket tax on the agenda for the growth negotiations with the government this spring.
Teachers’ motivation is lower than ever, just a few months before they are due to implement the new education reform.
It is now possible to get partial financial support to ease the cost of expensive counselling sessions.
Generous Danish public donates millions to the Danish Cancer Society on its annual collection drive.
It may become more difficult to borrow money or get a mortgage if you are one of the hundreds of thousands of Danes that owe the state money.
From 2018, the Danish retail trade will have to bear the entire cost of the Dankort system, although consumers will end up footing the bill.
Criticism of Danish Prime Minister Helle Thorning Schmidt (SocDem) by the leaders of local Social Democratic Party groups reaches record high levels.
The Danish health insurance company Danmark, which insures against unforeseen medical expenses, admits to discrimination against mentally ill patients.
Recent violent storms over the Sahara Desert have whipped sand so high up into the atmosphere that it may reach as far as Denmark.
The abortion rate is falling, especially among young women in the 15-19 age group and experts are puzzled.
Hamas and Hezbollah involved in Danish Muslims’ protest against Mohammed cartoons.
Sports such as running, sailing and cycling are more fun when done collectively.
Microsoft has surprisingly paid billions of kroner to the Danish treasury in what has been described as Denmark’s biggest ever tax case.
In the view of 13 local party chairpersons, Social Democrat leader Helle Thorning-Schmidt should stand down before the next general election.
Danish brewing giant Carlsberg has been fined DKK 463 million in a German cartel case.
The government and the opposition have drafted an agreement to cut the buffer zones in Denmark from 50,000 to 25,000 hectares.
The long-running saga of the new IC4 trains now has another chapter, with the Danish Transport Authority raising fresh safety fears.
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