Will Denmark vaccinate children aged 5-11 against Covid-19?

Will Denmark vaccinate children aged 5-11 against Covid-19?

Denmark is likely to address whether to offer Covid-19 vaccination for children younger than 12 years if the European Medicines Agency (EMA) recommends it.

Five things about life in Denmark you’ll probably never get used to
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Five things about life in Denmark you’ll probably never get used to

Why are Danish bank customers facing (increasing) negative interest?

Why are Danish bank customers facing (increasing) negative interest?

Cattle near Danish city drank polluted water ‘for years’

Cattle near Danish city drank polluted water ‘for years’

Danish petition asks lawmakers to end Syrian repatriation policy

Danish petition asks lawmakers to end Syrian repatriation policy

Feriepenge: Denmark’s vacation pay rules explained
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Feriepenge: Denmark’s vacation pay rules explained

Think management is boring? How this business school is proving you wrong

Think management is boring? How this business school is proving you wrong

From AI to biotechnology, there’s no doubting what an exciting age this is to be an engineer or a scientist. Some may view working in management as uninspiring by comparison.

International careers: why a ‘growth mindset’ is your key to success

International careers: why a ‘growth mindset’ is your key to success

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Why this little-known university is Sweden’s secret weapon against climate change

Why this little-known university is Sweden’s secret weapon against climate change

The devastating impact of climate change and the need for positive solutions is increasingly apparent all around the world. Sweden is recognised for its progressive approach to many issues, including sustainability – find out how one university is punching far above its weight in this area.

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Why mastering English isn’t all good news for Danish workers and their companies

Why mastering English isn’t all good news for Danish workers and their companies

While learning English is clearly an advantage for Danish workers, mastering the language of Shakespeare isn't enough for companies that export to Germany.

Taxi drivers in Denmark to face language requirement under new law

Taxi drivers in Denmark to face language requirement under new law

Facebook eyes second Danish data centre after buying large plot

Facebook eyes second Danish data centre after buying large plot

Social media giant Facebook has bought a large plot of land near Esbjerg in western Denmark and is reported to be considering construction of a major data centre.

Why does Denmark have so many job vacancies?

Why does Denmark have so many job vacancies?

How to find work when you’re new to a city
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How to find work when you’re new to a city

Employment increases amongst non-Western nationalities in Denmark

Employment increases amongst non-Western nationalities in Denmark

What’s in store for Scandinavian airline SAS? New boss reveals latest report

What’s in store for Scandinavian airline SAS? New boss reveals latest report

Scandinavian airline SAS said travel is slowly increasing but "significant challenges" remain ahead.

What you need to know when buying a home as a foreigner in Denmark
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What you need to know when buying a home as a foreigner in Denmark

The Local’s Confronting Coronavirus series nominated for major European media award
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The Local’s Confronting Coronavirus series nominated for major European media award

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.

Should Paris allow cafés and restaurants to permanently extend their terraces?

Should Paris allow cafés and restaurants to permanently extend their terraces?

Denmark to study infectiousness of UK Covid variant: SSI

Denmark to study infectiousness of UK Covid variant: SSI

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".

Danish party leader uses ethnic slur in TV documentary

Danish party leader uses ethnic slur in TV documentary

Where did it go wrong for the populist Danish People’s Party?

Where did it go wrong for the populist Danish People’s Party?

Has coronavirus silenced populists in Denmark and Norway?

Has coronavirus silenced populists in Denmark and Norway?

Ski season: How former Covid hotspot Ischgl is preparing for winter

Ski season: How former Covid hotspot Ischgl is preparing for winter

The Ischgl ski resort in Austria made headlines during the start of the Covid-19 pandemic as one of Europe's early hotspots, but has promised a raft of new safety measures when it re-opens next month.

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Five things about life in Denmark you’ll probably never get used to
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Five things about life in Denmark you’ll probably never get used to

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UPDATED: What are the Covid rules on Swiss ski slopes this winter?
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UPDATED: What are the Covid rules on Swiss ski slopes this winter?

French property roundup: Tax hikes and up-and-coming areas
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French property roundup: Tax hikes and up-and-coming areas

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