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Healthcare premiums are set to rise by an average €7 a month next year, the Telegraaf said on Saturday, quoting unnamed sources.
Security is being beefed up at Dutch stations and on international trains following the foiled attack on a Thalys high speed train travelling from Amsterdam to Paris, justice minister Ard van der Steur announced at the weekend.
People with savings of up to €100,000 are to pay less tax on them than people with large amounts of private capital, the Financieele Dagblad says on Friday.
The storm in the early hours of Monday morning led to long rush hour traffic jams in several parts of the country and some disruption to rail services.
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One in twenty Dutch people has been the victim of identity fraud over the past four years, according to research by Leiden university.
Transport minister Melanie Schultz will not lower the maximum speed limit of 130 kph, broadcaster Nos says on Thursday.
The Dutch cabinet’s plans to give the security service far greater powers to tap phones and internet services are impossible to implement and too far reaching, according to telecoms company Tele2.
The shortage of affordable housing for students in Amsterdam could be solved by setting up projects where students live with ex-cons, refugees and the elderly, according to D66 councillors.
Amsterdam’s Rijksmuseum is hoping to buy two early paintings by Rembrandt which will be the most expensive purchase ever made by a Dutch museum.
The Dutch government is planning to extend paternity leave to five days, give EUR 1,000 to all the elderly for leisure, and improve care homes.
Health minister Edith Schippers said on Friday she will not withdraw the fee charged by chemists when dispensing new medicines.
A group of asylum seekers took over a building in Amsterdam at the weekend which they want to turn into emergency accommodation.
The SAIL maritime event ended on Sunday with the departure of the tall ships, having attracted 2.3 million visitors across its four days.