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Denmark’s government says it is opposed in principle to controlling parental leave through legislation, but praised a recent proposal to tag set amounts of leave to each parent.
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A construction project which would have increased the number of student residencies in Copenhagen by 180 was forced into a significant cutback due to fire safety rules, according to media reports in Denmark.
While learning English is clearly an advantage for Danish workers, mastering the language of Shakespeare isn't enough for companies that export to Germany.
The number of job vacancies in Denmark is at its highest level for over a decade, according to new figures released on Thursday.
People living abroad often retain strong links to their home countries. They should also get a vote, argues James Savage.
Scandinavian airline SAS said travel is slowly increasing but "significant challenges" remain ahead.
A series of solutions-focused articles in which The Local’s journalists took an in-depth look at responses to the coronavirus pandemic has been shortlisted for the European Digital Media Awards 2021.
Denmark's infectious diseases agency SSI is setting up a study which it hopes be able to determine whether the UK variant of Covid-19 is 70 percent more transmissible, with the first results expected within "one or two weeks".
A party opposing Covid vaccinations has won an Austrian parliamentary seat, with six percent of the vote.