Minister of Defence Trine Bramsen says an investigation will look into the matter "with the utmost seriousness".
The measure is designed to support those in "the toughest jobs", prime minister Mette Frederiksen said.
The Greenpeace activists want to prove that Denmark isn't as green as people think.
Denmark is set to have a new contender in future elections in the form of the vegan party, which says it now has enough support to run for parliamentary seats.
As the Arctic ice sheet melts, the United States, Russia and China are racing for a share of the region’s energy and mineral resources.
The government urged fishermen to avoid large gatherings, as the local whaling practice requires multiple boats to trap the animals, before the hunters physically enter the water to kill them with knives.
These giant warehouses full of computers can get very warm.
"I have to do my job and protect Denmark's interest," Mette Frederiksen wrote on Facebook, praising her "amazing man" for being patient.
Two months behind schedule, the Faroe Islands has started its football season - the first official football league in western Europe to restart since March
The Fehmarnbelt Link will allow trains and cars to cross the strait in just seven and ten minutes respectively. At the moment, a ferry takes about an hour to make the crossing.
Tourist attractions across the world are offering online experiences for those trapped inside by social distancing.
The tiles of Langelands Square, in the Frederiksberg district of the Danish capital, have a special coating that helps absorb nitrogen dioxide (NO2).
The annual sustainability event in Copenhagen is being moved, due to concerns over the COVID-19 outbreak.
The region of Schleswig voted 100 years ago on whether to remain with Germany or join Denmark, which ultimately led to a split.
Copenhagen's third annual Light Festival sparked into life over the weekend, with colourful displays from artists and designers brightening up the Danish city.
A Chinese flag with an illustration of the deadly coronavirus instead of stars has caused controversy.
Business Planet travels to Denmark to look at the opportunities and challenges faced by small and medium sized firms when it comes to winning lucrative public sector contracts.
There's a perception that small companies are excluded from lucrative government contracts. But should they be? Business Planet meets a man who plays a key role in awarding public contracts to private companies.
Police in Denmark said they made several raids around the country, arresting a number of people in connection with suspected preparations for an Islamist militant attack
It's covered in 3,000 crystals.
Denmark has already announced plans to strip dual nationals of their citizenship if they have travelled abroad to fight with militant groups.
Created by 40 artists from around the world, it is 200m long, 7m high and took 10 days to make.
One of the Danish west coast's major tourist attractions, Rubjerg Knude Fyr, is being relocated.
Beer brand Carlsberg has just announced its most sustainable bottle design yet.
Denmark says it plans to accelerate the processing of legislation that would allow the government to strip citizenship from dual nationals who have left to fight for militant groups abroard.
The City of Copenhagen has set the very ambitious goal of becoming the world’s first carbon neutral capital by 2025.