Schalke striker Klaas-Jan Huntelaar said omitted Wesley Sneijder to perform well at home to get his spot back in the Netherlands squad.
Fox in the Netherlands has launched its first integrated campaign to endorse the channel after assigning Anomaly Amsterdam as its agency of record.
The Netherlands’ women won their 100th match of the FIVB Volleyball World Grand Prix, their second win of the season with a 3-0 (25-15, 25-07, 25-06) victory against Algeria on Sunday in Belgrade.
The volume of exports of goods increased by 1.7 percent in June. Improvement in exports was slightly better than in May with 1.4 percent. Exports fell by 1.8 percent in April compared with the same period in 2012.
Three people have been missing after a German gas tanker hit a sailboat on a canal and pulled it to the water. A victim was brought to a hospital.
Dutch Prince Johan Friso’s death did not come as a surprise for many as they seem to have expected it for quite sometime.
Prince Friso, the younger brother of King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands, has died at the age of 44.
InlandLinks network currently covers the whole port of Rotterdam following the registration of Rotterdam Container Terminal (RCT) on the Maasvlakte and Combi Terminal Twente Rotterdam (CTT) in Pernis, according to Dredging Today.
The month of August began with a major shift in the box office-The Smufs 2 opened at no. 1, earning €373,530 over the weekend and moving former no.1 The Wolverine further to the no. 3 spot. The action-packed, superhero film starring Hugh Jackman made €253,575 over the weekend and €1,117,837 in two weeks.
William Kero was one of 48 American soldiers who died while battling with the Germans for the control of the bridges in Holland.
Dutch model and actress Doutzen Kroes is featured on next month’s issue of Vogue Netherlands.
PSV Eindhoven takes the lead in the Dutch league standings after a 5-0 win against NEC Nijmegen while Ajax was defeated (3-2) by AZ Alkmaar on Sunday.
Software company Clearleap has opened its latest office in Amsterdam.
A majority of the Dutch thinks that the Dutch Olympians shouldn’t boycott next year's Winter Games in Sochi. This reveals an investigation of Peil.nl, the investigation bureau of Maurice de Hond, which was commissioned by NU.nl.
58 Percent of respondents believe that the Dutch athletes should just go to the 2014 Winter Games in the Russian city of Sochi. For voters of VVD and CDA this percentage is the highest at 70 and 67 percent respectively.
Safe Traffic Netherlands (Veilig Verkeer Nederland – VVN) calls on parents to check the bikes of their children very well at the start of the new school year. "There is often something wrong with the brakes or the lights. Also the bell is often missing," said a spokesman of VVN on Saturday.