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A majority of MPs back plans to make it an offence to pay for prostitutes if they are known to be victims of human trafficking.
The Schiphol Airport group is looking into the option of establishing a second terminal in the Haarlemermeer region south of Amsterdam, the Telegraaf says on Friday.
Transport minister Melanie Schultz told MPs on Thursday that she is looking into the possibility of banning people from using mobile phones while cycling.
The number of millionaire households in the Netherlands rose slightly to 107,000 in 2014, according to national statistics office CBS.
Dutch king Willem-Alexander has told the European parliament that the EU would not be complete ‘without the English rose’.
Bus drivers throughout the country are to work more closely with the police to report incidents and build up a picture of problematic bus stops and routes, the AD says on Wednesday.
Just 3% of Dutch girls plan to carry on working full-time after they have children, according to a new report from the national statistics office CBS.
No one has yet had their residency permit for the Netherlands withdrawn for failing to pass an integration test, the AD says on Thursday.
The Dutch school system is one of the best in the OECD, but reforms are needed to ensure it moves from ‘good to great’, the Paris-based organisation said on Wednesday.
Some 65% of the 600,000 people on the waiting list for a housing corporation home in the Netherlands are not actively looking to move, according to research for housing minister Stef Blok.
The number of foreign investments in the Netherlands soared 47% in 2015, according to research by accountants group EY.
Social affairs minister Lodewijk Asscher is to look into how the quality of integration courses for immigrants can be properly monitored.
While 75% of families in the Netherlands are planning a foreign holiday this year.
Around 15 cars a day are set on fire across the Netherlands, but the number has fallen slightly in the first half of 2016 despite fears of an ‘epidemic’ of blazes.
The Dutch government is to relax the employment rules for start-ups and scale-ups, dropping the requirement that owners pay themselves a salary of at least €44,000 a year.