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Police in The Hague will not answer their service number 0900-8844 on Friday 24 April between 9am and 12 noon, police union ACP said on 21 April.
Many Dutch secondary school pupils take no pleasure in learning and experience education as something they have to go through, according to a new report by chief inspector Annette Roeters.
A French woman has created what is believed to be the world's first smartphone application allowing people speaking different languages – or those incapable of speech at all – to communicate.
Meteorologisch (meteorological) is the most difficult Dutch word to pronounce, according to Dutch language experts.
The finance ministry, employers, unions and organisations representing the self-employed have reached agreement on cutting the bureaucracy facing freelancers.
Canadian financial services group Maple is to offer mortgages in the Netherlands via CMIS.
Finance minister Jeroen Dijsselbloem will present plans to overhaul the current asset tax system in the September budget.
The Dutch government plans to make parts of Amsterdam city centre car free on Saturdays, as well as ban or implement speed limits for bicycles in certain areas.
Youth psychiatrists in the Netherlands have called on the government to stop so many children being prescribed Ritalin and other similar drugs to control their behaviour.
Amsterdam will become the first city in the country to run a fully electric bus fleet, following agreement between the city council and city bus firm GVB.
The Dutch Olympic and national athletics committee is pressing ahead with efforts to host the 2019 European Games, the organisation says on its website.
Fewer workers have moved from flexible and short-term contracts to permanent positions since the start of the economic crisis, the state job centre UWV said on Monday.
A clear majority in the Dutch senate supports plans to allow workers more flexible working hours and to spend more time working from home.
The Dutch credo was always that pain was a natural part of the process of child birth but that appears to be changing.
Researchers are trying to find out why the Dutch are among the tallest people in the world, news agency AFP reports on Wednesday.