Ryanair expects to carry between 26m and 30m passengers in the 12 months to the end of March

Fears are growing that the Republic faces further drastic reductions in flights as Aer Lingus reviews its 2021 plans, while Ryanair has pledged to cut(...)

 Danish health authorities assisted by members of the armed forces dispose of dead mink in a military area near Holstebro on Monday. Photograph: Morten Stricker/Dagbladet Holstebro Struer/Jysk Fynske Medier/Ritzau Scanpix/EPA

The Danish government put forward hastily drawn up legislation on Tuesday to back up its order to cull all the country’s farmed mink, admitting it lac(...)

Employees from the Danish Veterinary and Food Administration and the Danish Emergency Management Agency wearing protective equipment work to cull minks in Gjol, Denmark, over the weekend. Photograph: Getty

The decision by the Danish government to kill millions of mink because of coronavirus concerns, effectively wiping out a major national industry, has (...)

Danske Bank has until September 10th to answer a series of questions relating to its handling of debt-collection errors. Photograph: iStock

Denmark’s financial watchdog is launching an investigation into Danske Bank amid signs the lender may have misled the regulator over its handling of d(...)

The offshore wind project was the centrepiece of a new climate package unveiled on Wednesday by the Danish government that aims to cut the country’s emissions by 70 per cent within a decade. Photograph: iStock

Denmark plans to build two giant “energy islands” as part of the world’s most ambitious offshore wind project, as the Scandinavian country increases i(...)

Mortuary workers in London: The Covid-19 death toll is now above 30,000 in the UK. Photograph: EPA

The number of people who have died after contracting Covid-19 in Europe has surpassed 150,000, with most in the UK, Italy, Spain and France, a tally o(...)

Karsten Tüchsen Hansen and Inga Rasmussen at the closed border between Germany and Denmark. Photograph: Emile Ducke/New York Times

She drives from the Danish side, in her Toyota Yaris. He cycles from the German side, on his electric bike. She brings the coffee and the table, he th(...)

There are about 1,200 charging points in Ireland at present. Photograph: Owen Humphreys/PA Wire

Motorists are at a crossroads, faced with the greatest upheaval since Karl Benz offered an alternative to the horse. Looking for some clear directio(...)

A document prepared by the Danish government pushes for “strengthened” standards and sanctions in relation to tax avoidance and evasion. Photograph: AFP via Getty Images

A group of European Union countries is calling for the bloc to cast a wider net when listing tax havens and to consider imposing stricter sanctions fo(...)

In his opening address to Digital Summit Dublin, Taoiseach Leo Varadkar said new questions were being raised around the development and applications of AI and machine learning. Photograph: Aoife Moore/PA Wire

The Digital Summit Dublin, now in its third year, is probably one of the more interesting Irish technology gatherings you’ve never heard of. With high(...)

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