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Tax plan means uncertainty for students and teachers at Denmark's language schools

Tax plan means uncertainty for students and teachers at Denmark's language schools

Forcing newcomers to Denmark to pay for language lessons could mean a reduction in student numbers and job losses for teachers, say administrators and students at the national Lærdansk language programme.

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Could this be Sweden’s most vegan-friendly city?

Could this be Sweden’s most vegan-friendly city?

Malmö may be famous for its falafel, but there’s more to its vegan offering than everyone’s favourite fried chickpea balls.

 
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Queen Margrethe thanks Danish public for support following Prince Henrik's funeral

Queen Margrethe thanks Danish public for support following Prince Henrik's funeral

In a statement, Queen Margrethe has thanked the public for its support following the death of her husband, Prince Henrik.

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Meet Sweden’s most family-friendly ski resort

Meet Sweden’s most family-friendly ski resort

Family ski holidays are wonderful and chaotic in equal measure. Luckily, there’s a Swedish ski resort designed with every member of the family in mind.

 
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Denmark announces relocation of 1,800 public jobs

Denmark announces relocation of 1,800 public jobs

Government agencies will be moved from Copenhagen to other parts of Denmark in a relocation of up to 1,800 jobs, the Prime Minister’s Office announced on Wednesday.

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Make a difference volunteering overseas in 2018

Make a difference volunteering overseas in 2018

There's no better time than the start of a new year to help bring about positive change in the world. Find out why scores of young idealists are signing up to change people's lives for the better by volunteering abroad.

 
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Cold snap heading to Denmark this week

Cold snap heading to Denmark this week

Icy roads and sub-zero temperatures are forecast in Denmark for much of this week.

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High earners benefit most from Danish tax plan: thinktank

High earners benefit most from Danish tax plan: thinktank

Taxpayers in Denmark who earn over 600,000 kroner (81,000 euros) annually will benefit most from three major agreements made between the government and conservative allies in recent months, according to an analysis.

The one underrated thing that makes any relocation easier

The one underrated thing that makes any relocation easier

When you’re living in a new country, this can suddenly become a necessity in ways you might not have realised.

 
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We visited five 'murder spots' in Malmö

We visited five 'murder spots' in Malmö

Don't worry, we're talking fiction. But the crime scenes from The Bridge are no less thrilling for that!

 
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Space-X lobs Spanish military satellite into orbit

Space-X lobs Spanish military satellite into orbit

Elon Musk's Space-X sent a Spanish military satellite into orbit Thursday in a hitch-less liftoff from California, extending the private space company's record of successful launches.

 

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Why are so many Danish people drawn to Berlin?

Why are so many Danish people drawn to Berlin?

It’s not difficult to hear Danish voices in the German capital.

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Royal funeral to be marked by church bells, windmills and flags

Royal funeral to be marked by church bells, windmills and flags

As Prince Henrik is laid to rest at 11am today at Christiansborg Slotskirke in Copenhagen, the rest of Denmark will also mark the occasion.

Report points to increase in socioeconomic inequality between Danish schools

Report points to increase in socioeconomic inequality between Danish schools

A carpenter's son and company director's daughter are less likely to share a class at Danish schools than in previous years, according to a report.

In pictures: Twelve stunning Scandinavian swimming pools

In pictures: Twelve stunning Scandinavian swimming pools

If you're going to own a swimming pool in a Nordic nation, you may as well do it with style. Houzz.se editor in chief Sara Norrman takes a look at some of Scandinavia’s most striking pools.

Danish researcher finds 95 new planets

Danish researcher finds 95 new planets

Ninety-five new exoplanets - planets that orbit around stars other than our sun - can now be added to the long list of planets that have been discovered since the 1990s.

Light rail opening fiasco cost Aarhus half a million kroner: report

Light rail opening fiasco cost Aarhus half a million kroner: report

A cancelled event celebrating the official opening of the Aarhus Letbane light railway has cost the city over half a million kroner.

Cancer survival rates in Denmark improved: report

Cancer survival rates in Denmark improved: report

Denmark's healthcare system has become better at testing for and treating cancer, according to a new report.

Danish former Under-Secretary-General issues rebuke at 'controlling' UN member states

Danish former Under-Secretary-General issues rebuke at 'controlling' UN member states

Christian Friis Bach, who served as Under-Secretary-General with the UN from 2014-17, has criticised the intergovernmental organisation, saying individual countries have too much power.

Denmark's Eurovision entry is a sign of our Viking-loving times

Denmark's Eurovision entry is a sign of our Viking-loving times

With a Viking-themed entry for this year's Eurovision Song Contest, Denmark is rolling the waves of the current pop culture fascination with historic Scandinavian seafarers.

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Why Malmö is the hottest gaming city in Europe

Why Malmö is the hottest gaming city in Europe

Massive Entertainment may have put Malmö on the map, but there’s more to the city’s gaming industry than its best-known player.

 
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