2/27/2015 Fehmarnbelt Link bill up 44%
The Fehmarnbelt Link is now almost DKK 20 billion more expensive than anticipated in 2008.
2/27/2015 Survey: Danes undeterred by terror
A survey has found that fear of a new terror attack would not prevent Danes from attending political events or debates on freedom of speech.
2/27/2015 Smaller daycare institutions recommended
A new report recommends that, for optimal benefit, daycare institutions should accommodate no more than 100 children.
2/27/2015 Regions concerned about medicine costs
Should the Danish authorities start looking at price when choosing which medicines are offered to patients? Many believe they should.
2/27/2015 Three Michelin stars for Aarhus
Three Aarhus restaurants have been awarded a star in the 2015 edition of the Michelin Nordic Cities Guide.
2/26/2015 Call for prompt terror attack statement
A majority outside the government is calling for an official statement on the terror attack in Copenhagen within the next three weeks.
2/26/2015 Security at Krudttønden questioned
A number of eyewitnesses have told DR that there were no police guards outside Krudttønden when it was subjected to a gun attack on 14 February.
2/26/2015 A towering performance from Lego
So the day of reckoning finally arrived, as Lego released its annual financial results.
2/26/2015 Medical residency advice ignored
Legal officials have been criticised for acting like medical experts in humanitarian residency cases.
2/26/2015 Political call to ban Hizb ut-Tahrir
The Director of Public Prosecutions is to be asked to assess whether the controversial Islamic organisation Hizb ut-Tahrir can be forcibly shut down.