Posted on 28. Aug, 2012 in: News

Housing recovery next year?

The government’s optimism about growth next year is mirrored by its outlook for the housing market. In the latest Quarterly Economic Outlook, the government claims that housing prices have hit rock bottom and…

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Posted on 28. Aug, 2012 in: News

10,000 more benefits claimants next year

Despite the government’s efforts to wean people off social dependency it expects the number of benefits recipients to grow by 10,000 next year. The new projection, part of the Quarterly Economic Outlook, could…

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Posted on 28. Aug, 2012 in: News

Goodwill ambassadors sound the alarm

Members of The Copenhagen Goodwill Ambassador Corps, whose aim is to market the capital region abroad via personal relationships, have issued a warning that Denmark’s position as one of the most competitive, wealthy,…

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Posted on 27. Aug, 2012 in: TWTW

7.59 -Danish News Today – The Week That Was, August 20th – August 26th, 2012

Politics / Economy A gang of around 70 youths from the immigrant-dominated social housing district of Vollsmose stormed Odense Hospital, Monday, putting immigration and integration debate firmly back on the political agenda. The…

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Posted on 27. Aug, 2012 in: spanish

LA PASADA SEMANA: Resumen de Noticias del 20 al 26 de agosto de 2012

POLITICA/ECONOMIA El día lunes una banda de unos 70 individuos provenientes del distrito de Vollsmose, habitado en su mayor parte por inmigrantes, atacó el hospital de la ciudad de Odense, colocando nuevamente los…

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Posted on 27. Aug, 2012 in: News

Prime Minister: My husband isn’t gay

Prime Minister Helle Thornng Schmidt spent the weekend rejecting claims that her husband, Stephen Kinnock, is a homosexual. After Politiken revealed that the couple’s personal accountant, Frode Holm, informed the Copenhagen tax authorities…

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Posted on 27. Aug, 2012 in: News

No legal justification for tax leak

A high-ranking law professor has challenged police claims that the leaking of confidential information in the ‘Thorning tax affair’ could have been justified. After Chief of Copenhagen Police Johan Reimann said to Berlingske,…

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Posted on 27. Aug, 2012 in: News

New job for PM’s hubby

In the midst of homosexual allegations, Stephen Kinnock has changed job and moved to London. After working for the World Economic Forum in Switzerland, the Prime Minister’s husband has embarked on a new…

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Posted on 27. Aug, 2012 in: News

Canadian embassy rocked by allegations of abuse, harassment, racism

Prostitutes in the garage, employees hired without work permits, harassment of local staff, huge bank overdrafts run up by diplomats, employees’ personal use of the wines and spirit account, racial slurs against foreign…

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Posted on 27. Aug, 2012 in: News

Labour problems at Copenhagen embassies

It isn’t just the Canadian Embassy that’s suffering from poor labour relations. According to HK, Denmark’s biggest union for commercial and clerical employees, poor working conditions, illegal contracts, and low wages for long…

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