Denmark

December 4, 2022

EXPLAINED: What the EU’s new EES system means for travel to Denmark

From biometric checks to the 90-day rule, residency documents and visas - here's what the EU's new EES system means for people travelling in and out of Denmark.
December 3, 2022

Tips for short-haul foreign travel from Denmark this Christmas

For the past two Christmases strict Covid rules prevented many people from travelling. This year that isn't an issue, but there are strikes, service reductions and high ticket prices to contend with.
December 2, 2022

Thousands more families in Denmark seek Christmas charity

A significant increase in families have sought Christmas help from the Danish Red Cross compared to last winter.
December 2, 2022

Danish government returns debt payments from 138,000 people 

Around 138,000 people in Denmark have been unable to repay debts to the Danish state in 2022 after money they paid was refunded.
December 2, 2022

Today in Denmark: A roundup of the news on Friday

Falling unemployment, the Danish government refusing to accept debt payments from citizens, and plans for a fully swimmable Copenhagen harbour are among the top news stories in Denmark on Friday.
December 1, 2022

Denmark reduces number of areas classed as ’parallel societies’

The number of underprivileged areas termed ‘parallel societies’ by the Danish government has fallen for the third consecutive year following an annual update.
December 1, 2022

Half of all immigrants to Denmark in 2021 moved for work reasons

A new report from Statistics Denmark shows that 48 percent of residence permits granted to foreign nationals in Denmark in 2021 were for employment reasons. Asylum seekers accounted for 1 percent of new residents.
December 1, 2022

Danish municipalities make savings with heat reductions 

Local authorities in Denmark have benefitted from blanket measures taken to conserve energy and thereby prevent huge bills, according to a media report.
December 1, 2022

Australia and Argentina criticise Fifa over World Cup scheduling

Both teams face three-day turnaround before last-16 game‘We’re not robots, we need to recover,’ says Milos DegenekAustralia and Argentina have criticised Fifa for scheduling their last-16 match three days after their final World Cup group games, saying the short turnaround treats players like “robots”.The Socceroos defeated Denmark on Wednesday night and face a high-profile knockout game with Lionel Messi and Argentina on Saturday at 10pm local time. Continue reading...
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