Morning Newspapers – 29 January 2007

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ADStrange Regulations Hinder HealthcareThousands of patients, including those with cancer, are suffering from the inflexible healthcare regulations. They often have to endure unnecessarily long waiting procedures to get treatment and receive either only partial or no reimbursement of their medical costs. Supported by their trade union, plastic surgeons speak of the “strange regulations” that have proved to be harmful. “Joker” Guarding Prime MinisterRob Coleman, the man wearing joker’s make-up on his ID pho

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Strange Regulations Hinder Healthcare

Thousands of patients, including those with cancer, are suffering from the inflexible healthcare regulations. They often have to endure unnecessarily long waiting procedures to get treatment and receive either only partial or no reimbursement of their medical costs. Supported by their trade union, plastic surgeons speak of the “strange regulations” that have proved to be harmful.

“Joker” Guarding Prime Minister

Rob Coleman, the man wearing joker’s make-up on his ID photograph, is a government security officer. His duties include, among other things, the guarding of the “Little Tower” where Prime Minister Balkenende’s office is located. A 2003 photograph shows Coleman at work at Prime Minister’s office.

Telegraaf

Elderly Take to the Bottle

Alcohol addiction among the elderly is an increasing concern, reports the National Health Institute NIGZ.

Snakes Active Thanks to Warm Winter

The warm winter has caused an increase in the country’s population of reptiles. At the reptile park in Serpo in Delft, they say they get several new animals such as snakes, lizards and other exotic creatures brought in every week, picked up crawling in the streets.

De Volkskrant

Not Yet Ram Course

The liberal Party for Freedom and Democracy (VVD) is seeking to play a new role as the opposition party. The party will judge the new coalition according to three issues: freedom, trust and responsibility, as announced during the general members meeting in Papendal last Saturday.

Trouw

Urenco Dumps Nuclear Waste in Russia

Most of the uranium yearly exported to Russia by Urenco is then stored there long term. Nuclear physic Kees Andriesse considers this a form of nuclear waste dumping, EO Radio-1 programme The Mornings (De Ochtenden) reports today.

NRC.Next

YouTube Shares Profit

If your video becomes popular on YouTube, you will receive part of the website’s revenues from advertising, Chad Hurley, one of the site’s founders, said this weekend.

Mew Multimillionaires in Search of Old Art

Thanks to the economic growth and security innovations, prices on art are an all-time record high. The “drip painting” by Jackson Pollock became last year’s most expensive artwork sold for 140 million.

Het Financieele Dagblad

Scheme Allegations Binck Executive

Executive manager of the internet Binck Bank Charles Langereis had to give up his position Friday due to allegations of confidential data leakage and premeditated stock trading schemes. The Prosecutor’s Office has been investigating the case for months already. 
 

[Copyright Expatica News + ANP 2007]

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