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Some 60% of children in the Netherlands who officially live in poverty have at least one parent with a job, an influential government advisory group said on Thursday.
Spring will really set in next week with temperatures up to 19 degrees in places, weather forecasters said on Thursday.
The first of a possible 160 Dunkin’ Donuts bakery and coffee outlets in the Netherlands opened its doors in Amsterdam on Thursday.
Several Dutch cities, including Amsterdam, The Hague, Rotterdam and Utrecht, have lowered the flags on council buildings to half mast in solidarity with the people of London following Wednesday’s terrorist attack.
Four parties from across the political spectrum have decided to hold further talks on forming a new government in the Netherlands.
In the late 19th century, an estimated one in seven Europeans was dying of tuberculosis,
Geert Wilders may have been beaten into second place in the Dutch elections but the far-right MP will enjoy a magnified role in parliament and remain a force to be reckoned with, analysts said.
A lack of wind and low electricity prices hit wind turbine owners hard last year, according to new figures from wind power cooperative Windunie.
The VVD and CDA have again ruled out working together with Geert Wilders’ anti-Islam PVV in forming a new government.
Preliminary talks on identifying a potential coalition to form a new Dutch government will take until next week after all.
There has been no rise in the average retirement age for the first time in 10 years, national statistics office CBS said on Wednesday.
Dutch caretaker finance minister Jeroen Dijsselbloem, who chairs the influential Eurogroup, faced increasing calls for his resignation on Wednesday after making comments to a German newspaper which have infuriated southern states.
Dutch railway passengers have experienced more delays due to problems with the trains themselves so far this year, the Algemeen Dagblad reported on Tuesday.
Some 14 years after they were stolen from the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam, ‘View of the Sea at Scheveningen’ and ‘Congregation leaving the Reformed Church at Nuenen’ by Vincent van Gogh have finally come home.
Thousands of homeowners are being unfairly penalised by their banks for paying off their mortgages, according to the financial watchdog AFM.