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What next for broadcaster DR after far-reaching cuts?

What next for broadcaster DR after far-reaching cuts?

Up to 400 people will lose their jobs as Danish state broadcaster DR makes annual budget cuts of 420 million kroner by 2020.

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Is an MBA the trick to launching your international career?

Is an MBA the trick to launching your international career?

An MBA could be what you need to take the elusive next step in your career.

 
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'We need horses': Danish police on Facebook

'We need horses': Danish police on Facebook

Denmark’s police have made an online appeal in an attempt to recruit horses for a reformed mounted unit.

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Winter getaway: The Mediterranean island with 'the best climate in the world'

Winter getaway: The Mediterranean island with 'the best climate in the world'

Malta’s up-and-coming capital took centre stage when it was crowned 2018’s Capital of Culture, but there’s much more to the enigmatic island than Valletta. The Local’s Commercial Editor took a whirlwind tour of the Mediterranean’s best-kept secret.

 
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Danish unemployment at lowest level since 2009: stats

Danish unemployment at lowest level since 2009: stats

Unemployment in Denmark continues to fall, with latest figures showing the lowest proportion of people out of work for nine years.

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The reason international students are flocking to the French city of Lyon

The reason international students are flocking to the French city of Lyon

Two recent graduates of EMLYON in Lyon explain why both the business school and the city are perfect for ambitious students seeking international careers.

 
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Summer weather could return to Denmark after mixed weekend

Summer weather could return to Denmark after mixed weekend

Although the coming weekend’s weather will be a mixed bag, next week will see a brief return to warm sunshine.

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Six things to think about before moving abroad with your family

Six things to think about before moving abroad with your family

Moving is never easy. Even a move across town requires significant planning, preparation and, of course, packing! Here are our tips for how to make your international relocation as smooth and stress-free as possible.

 
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Mandatory handshake will make Danish citizenship three times as expensive

Mandatory handshake will make Danish citizenship three times as expensive

A much-discussed proposal that would require new Danish citizenships to shake hands with their local mayor would also come with a tripling of the fee new Danes have to pay to receive their citizenship.

Six reasons expat parents should consider distance learning or boarding school

Six reasons expat parents should consider distance learning or boarding school

A new academy is shaking up traditional distance learning with a combined approach that strikes the perfect balance for expat families.

 
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Ten of Denmark's most 'Instagram-able' places

Ten of Denmark's most 'Instagram-able' places

From natural landscapes to charming towns and fairytale castles, Denmark has it all.

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German Word of the Day: Die Geborgenheit

German Word of the Day: Die Geborgenheit

Geborgenheit is used to describe a state of comfort and well-being. It is often translated as ‘security’, but in fact it is a feeling which is rather untranslatable.

 

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SAS cuts 1,500 flights

SAS cuts 1,500 flights

Scandinavian airline SAS will trim some 1,500 flights from its winter schedule, the company said on Monday.

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Thousands of rejected Denmark asylum seekers unaccounted for

Thousands of rejected Denmark asylum seekers unaccounted for

Danish police are uncertain as to the whereabouts of many as 2,835 rejected asylum seekers.

Denmark to cut places on English-language university programmes

Denmark to cut places on English-language university programmes

The number of available places on university courses from which graduates leave Denmark soon after completion must be cut, says Denmark’s education minister.

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.

Language robots will need to 'get' Danish nuance: regulator

Language robots will need to 'get' Danish nuance: regulator

Google launches a Danish version of Google Assistant on Tuesday to the excitement of technology enthusiasts and grammar nerds alike.

SAS cancels Scandinavian flights to Germany over airport strikes

SAS cancels Scandinavian flights to Germany over airport strikes

Airline SAS cancelled flights from Scandinavia to Munich and Frankfurt on Tuesday due to strikes by airport staff in Germany.

Denmark presents plan to get kids eating healthier food

Denmark presents plan to get kids eating healthier food

Four ministries in Denmark have presented a new plan to promote healthy eating from a young age.

Danske Bank shares fall again after new money laundering claims

Danske Bank shares fall again after new money laundering claims

Shares in Denmark's largest lender Danske Bank tumbled on Friday for the second time this week over new money laundering allegations involving Russia through the bank's Estonian subsidiary.

Danish words the world should start using

Danish words the world should start using

Danish is a tough language, but it has some real gems. We guide you through our selection of Danish words that are just so good that we should all start using them.

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Denmark’s internationals have 'world’s best' work-life balance: survey

Denmark’s internationals have 'world’s best' work-life balance: survey

Internationals working in Denmark are more satisfied with their work-life balance than in any other country, according to a survey.