The number of people hospitalised with Covid-19 in Denmark could increase to 750 this month, according to a projection from an official expert group.
It requires a special range of skills and traits to steer a multinational company to success. But you don't have to be a CEO to be a leader. If you're following an international career, what lessons can you learn from those at the top to help you become the best you can be?
Heavy snow in Denmark in the first two days of December has caused disruption in parts of the country.
Thinking of applying to study at a Swedish university? You’ve got a lot to consider. That’s why we’ve teamed up with Narmina Guseinova, an international student at Stockholm University and digital ambassador for Study in Sweden, to bring you seven tips for writing a successful application letter.
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Here's what changes in Denmark in December and how it could affect you.
There's something heroic about the way Danes and Swedes insist on trying to communicate with one another using their own languages, but more often than not end up nodding, smiling, and only pretending to understand. Why not give up and just speak English?
A record-high shortage of labour at some Danish companies is exacerbated in some places by a lack of materials, according to new data.
Whether you have a Danish personal registration (CPR) number or not, here's how to get a Covid-19 booster shot in Denmark — region by region.
Danish toymaker Lego, the world's largest toymaker, Denmark's Lego, said on Tuesday it will offer its 20,000 employees three extra days of holiday and a special bonus after a year of bumper revenues.
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".
Catch up on the latest Covid-19 news and current statistics in The Local's roundup as they happen throughout the week.