Berlingske Tidende


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Berlingske Tidende

 

(Berling News), a Danish daily newspaper, published in Copenhagen since 1749. It is an organ of the Conservative Popular Party. In 1968 its circulation was 170,000.

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Major stories appeared on 30 August 1947 in the three leading Copenhagen papers: Berlingske Tidende, Politiken and Nationaltidende, as well as several others.
It ran a piece titled 'Interest rate jump hits homeowners hard' (Berlingske Tidende, 2008b).
According to Copenhagen's Berlingske Tidende newspaper, the national intelligence agency, PET, told administrators in August 2007 to provide it with the names and personal information of all Iranian students "who would be able to contribute to Iran's sensitive activities." The memo targeted engineering and science students.
The Danes are increasingly less in favour of their country's entry into the eurozone, according to a poll published on 9 June in the daily newspaper Berlingske Tidende, which indicates that 47% are in favour of joining the eurozone, compared with 52% during a previous poll in May.
Moreover, two journalists, Jesper Larsen and Michael Bjerre, were put on trial for publishing this vital information in the Berlingske Tidende. The two journalists were later on acquitted, but Frank Grevil not only lost his job and was imprisoned, but was dismissed from any future governmental jobs (last I heard he had fallen from his balcony in November, 2007 in an attempt to commit suicide).
"We are doing this to unambiguously back and support the freedom of speech that we as a newspaper will always defend," said the Copenhagen-based Berlingske Tidende.
Below is the first prize in the Sports Features Stories category, by Danish photographer Erik Refner, of the Berlingske Tidende, showing a marathon finish line in Copenhagen.
We already carry more passengers to Riga than to Stockholm," Jorgen Lindegaard, CEO of SAS, was quoted as saying to the Danish newspaper Berlingske Tidende.
Following the ignoble tradition of London's Evening Standard, the local press has been quick to turn a few isolated incidents into an indictment of the entire project: a journalist from the Berlingske Tidende reported in October 2003 that he was able 'quite easily' to extract large stones from the gabions at the new Lindevang station, and indeed found several of these stones 'lying around' the station entrance.
The carrier's chief executive Michael O'Leary told the Danish daily newspaper, Berlingske Tidende, more flights were planned.
According to a report in the Danish newspaper Berlingske Tidende, although major book chains have survived, many local, independent bookshops are finding it increasingly difficult to compete with the cost cutting by the supermarkets.
There were 174 residence permits for IT experts approved during the first six months of this year compared to 142 in the last six months of last year, reported Berlingske Tidende, a Danish newspaper.