Posted on 31. Jul, 2012 in: News

Liberals: children’s check should be preserved

The Liberals are already trying to re-negotiate the tax agreement that it signed with the government and the Conservatives five weeks ago. Specifically, the Liberals want to revise the section that reduces the…

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Posted on 31. Jul, 2012 in: News

Shared European grid would foster green energy

If the transition to green energy is going to succeed, then Europe’s energy system must be better connected through a shared electricity market. After the summer holidays, Minister for Climate, Energy and Building…

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Posted on 31. Jul, 2012 in: News

Universities overbooking new students by 10-15 per cent

A look at the numbers shows that the country’s universities are accepting 10 to 15 per cent more students than they can actually accommodate. For example, the University of Copenhagen has capacity for…

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Posted on 31. Jul, 2012 in: News

SILBA president denied entry into Bahrain

The leader of a Danish pro-democracy organisation has been denied entry into Bahrain, allegedly because he had once criticised the Bahraini king. Jens-Kristian Lütken, president of SILBA (Support Initiative for Liberty and Democracy)…

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Posted on 31. Jul, 2012 in: News

Race to claim the North Pole heats up

Danish researchers intend to own the North Pole. At the Commission on the Limits of the Continental Shelf at the United Nations in New York recently, Denmark, the Faroe Islands and Greenland each…

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Posted on 31. Jul, 2012 in: News

Positive Swedish growth good for Denmark

Experts initially forecast modest economic growth in Sweden this year, but the latest figures from Statistics Sweden have beat all expectations – and this may prove to be excellent news for Denmark. The…

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Posted on 31. Jul, 2012 in: News

Politicians will not yet prohibit ‘e-cigarettes’

It may be illegal to smoke cigarettes inside larger restaurants and bars, but several politicians at Christiansborg have no intention of banning ‘e-cigarettes’, the new electronic ‘vapour’ cigarettes – even though experts recommend…

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Posted on 31. Jul, 2012 in: News

DONG may offer Vestas offshore opportunities

Although state-run energy company DONG signed a huge contract last week with Siemens to purchase the German business’s large wind turbines for its numerous offshore projects in the UK, its door is still…

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Posted on 30. Jul, 2012 in: TWTW

7.59 – Danish News Today – The Week That Was, July 23rd – July 29th, 2012

Politics/Economy The Liberals proposed that it should be illegal to set up a blockade against a company that has already signed a union agreement, a measure supported by the Danish People’s Party. Mattias…

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Posted on 30. Jul, 2012 in: spanish

LA PASADA SEMANA: Resumen de Noticias del 23 al 29 de julio de 2012

POLÍTICA/ECONOMÍA Como consecuencia al conflicto laboral surgido entre el dueño del restaurante “Vejlegården” y el sindicato “3F” los Liberales propusieron que debería ser ilegal tender un bloqueo a una empresa por haber firmado…

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7:59 – All the Danish News That Fits

7:59 – Danish News Today, is the most reliable source of daily Danish news in English for diplomats, the ex-pat community, the business sector, or anyone in Denmark or abroad seeking an insight into what’s happening in Denmark right now.

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