07-03-2014 46 companies charged in price fix case The price fixing agreement between construction companies in the Greater Copenhagen area appears to be more extensive than initially suspected.
07-03-2014 Higher grade requirements a mistake 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.
07-03-2014 Prehistoric killer found Researchers from Lisbon University have discovered one of Europe’s largest known predatory dinosaurs.
07-03-2014 Copenhagen is 10th most expensive city 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.
07-03-2014 Sensitive Danish data could end in India A number of vital Danish state IT systems could change hands from American-owned CSC to a large Indian IT concern.
06-03-2014 Danish women the most battered in EU? A new report by the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) reveals that 52 per cent of Danish women have been physically abused.
06-03-2014 Link between health and education level The National Health Profile, published today, links an unhealthy lifestyle with premature death and level of education.
06-03-2014 Tønder abuse victim gets compensation The eldest victim of the Tønder child abuse case has now received economic compensation from the Danish authorities.
06-03-2014 Cancer cases to increase in Denmark The historically large post-war generation is now getting so old that within the next ten years, many are likely to develop cancer.
06-03-2014 Social security payments myth debunked New figures analysed by DR’s Investigative Database Editorial Department show that Swedes receive the most in Danish welfare benefits.