Posted on 17. Apr, 2019 in: News

23 detained after Nørrebro riot

23 people have so far been detained following the anti-fascist riot in Nørrebro, Sunday evening, when Muslim provocateur  Rasmus Paludan staged a protest in the immigrant-dominated district. Copenhagen police said the detainees, mostly…

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Posted on 16. Apr, 2019 in: News

Employment minister intervenes in Solesi case

A conflict between Italian construction company Solesi and Danish trade unions could set a disturbing precedent if it is not resolved, a government minister has said. In a letter to the European Commission,…

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Posted on 16. Apr, 2019 in: News

Money laundering reports on the rise

Sixty cases of suspected money laundering were reported to the police in 2019, the Danish Business Authority is reporting. Just 33 reports were made in the previous year. While the authority’s annual report…

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Posted on 16. Apr, 2019 in: News

“Hand grenade” found at Blågårds Plads

A suspicious object, thought to be a hand grenade, has been found at Blågårds Plads police said Tuesday. The inner-city square was the scene of serious unrest Sunday, sparked by the presence of…

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Posted on 16. Apr, 2019 in: News

Supermarket chain’s losses double

Denmark’s third-largest supermarket group continues to lose money, Finans.dk reports. Dagrofa, which owns the supermarket chains Menu and Spar, posted a deficit of DKK 609 million in 2018 – almost twice as much…

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Posted on 16. Apr, 2019 in: News

Flying Tiger could be floated

The owners of the successful Flying Tiger Copenhagen chain of stores could be preparing for a stock market flotation. According to Finans.dk, the Swedish equity fund EQT, has hired Goldman Sachs and Morgan…

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Posted on 16. Apr, 2019 in: News

Man charged with illegally filming train wreck

A 20-year-old man who was involved in January’s fatal train accident on the Storbelt Bridge has been charged with filming the victims and sharing the images and videos online, Jyllandsposten reports. The 20-year-old…

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Posted on 16. Apr, 2019 in: News

Dankort exodus gathers pace

More and more stores are choosing to reject the Danish payment card, Dankort, financial daily Borsen is reporting. So far this year burger chain MacDonald’s and the sandwich chain Sunset Boulevard have chosen…

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Posted on 15. Apr, 2019 in: News

Campaign to retain cash payment option

A campaign against the trend towards cash-free payments is gathering momentum, BT reports. Behind the campaign is journalist Anders Kjærulff, who believes that the traditional payment method still holds advantages over digital alternatives…..

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Posted on 15. Apr, 2019 in: News

Denmark considers new Russian pipeline route

The Danish Energy Agency has received a third application for permission to build a gas pipeline that will link Russia to Germany. The application contains two new route proposals, both of which avoid…

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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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