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Still jonesing for 'West Wing'? Try Danish import...
One part "The West Wing," one part "The Newsroom," and more dramatically ambitious than either, "Borgen," which debuts Friday at 10 p.m. on KCET follows the career of Birgitte Nyborg Christensen...
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What can we learn from Denmark?
What can we learn from Denmark? Today in the United States, unemployment is too high, wages and income are too low, people are struggling to find affordable health care and the wealth and income gap...
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Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development
Sky's the limit in reaching out to viewers
Just in case you did not realise the importance of the program, Nine offers three viewing times for The Block Sky High each day. Wednesday's sessions are 2pm, 7pm and 10.30pm, which covers the aged,...
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The Border Mail
The Footy Show
Another Week of Anthropocene Antics, May 12, 2013
Logging the Onset of The Bottleneck Years Laugh. I dare ya: 2013/05/09: RTCC: Climate ambition criteria set to face UN debate in Warsaw Specific criteria that countries can base emission reduction...
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Danish minister: We want to be at the EU's core
Nicolai Wammen is Denmark's minister for European affairs. He spoke to EurActiv's Henriette Jacobsen. Denmark has been a member of the EU for 40 years now. There have been ups and downs and right...
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Creativity is his zen
He is a tall man with a twinkle in his eyes. He has a sense of humour that is almost whimsical in such a way that you could never tell what is on his mind. He is a man bubbling with creative and...
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Denmark’s Too-Big-to-Fail Banks Seek Bailout Text...
The six lenders identified by a government committee as systemically important for the Danish economy say they need to be shielded from the country’s bail-in legislation for their too-big-to-fail...
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Pirates free Danish ship crew after 2 years
COPENHAGEN - Pirates have freed six sailors who were abducted from a Danish cargo ship off Oman and held for more than two years in Somalia, after receiving a ransom, the crew's employer said...
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Name Osu Castle after late Akwamu Chief | Regiona...
Regional News of Monday, 29 April 2013 Name Osu Castle after late Akwamu Chief A descendant of Nana Asamani, the Akwamu chief who seized the Christianborg Castle from the Danes 320 years ago, has...
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Washington's Backward Retirement Policy: So Wrong...
In his 1998 State of the Union Address, facing the prospect of budget surpluses for the first time in decades, President Bill Clinton had a simple plan: "Save Social Security first." He wanted to...
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Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon spoke, as did the crown princess of Denmark, but at a grand opening for the renovated Trusteeship Council Chamber at the United Nations headquarters in New York on...
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Free the work beasts
We who work through colds, bad backs and low moods -- however liberal we might be -- have permission to resent those who could hold a job but don't, preferring to collect disability checks unto the...
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Danish government steps in to end teacher lock-out
Denmark's government on Thursday moved to end a bitter month-long dispute with teachers over working hours that has left 800,000 pupils out of classes. "We have reached a point at which the...
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Danish government stops Danish teachers lockout
COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) — The
has proposed emergency legislation aiming to put an end to a lockout of some 52,000 teachers that has shut schools throughout the country for the past...
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Denmark Protests Activist's Arrest
Kenworthy News Media, April 22, 2013 "Swaziland's constitution guarantees the right to free speech," senior civil servant Mads Mayerhofer from the Danish Minsitry of Foreign Affairs replied to a...
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Denmark to scrap decades-old soft drink tax
The soft drink tax has applied to sugary drinks in Denmark since the 1930s Denmark has announced that it will abolish its soft drink tax as part of a raft of measures intended to create jobs and...
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Wind turbines - more myths and scaremongering
A letter (express, April5) with a website reference suggested “there is peer-reviewed evidence for detrimental effects on health of wind-farms”. No, there isn’t. The website repeats the myth about...
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