Heavy rainfall caused a bit of nuisance in many parts of the country on Tuesday.
A truck fell off an overpass on the A27 near Utrecht. The driver sustained neck injuries and was rushed to a hospital.
A memorial service will be held on Saturday, November 2nd, in memory of Prince Friso.
Rijkswaterstaat sounds the alarm on the Oosterschelde storm search barrier in an internal report. The barrier suffers from years of neglect.
The Rotterdam education alderman Hugo de Jonge is hopeful about a new start of Islāmic education in Rotterdam.
A group of riot police are looking for traces tonight in Den Bosch, following the death of a 19-year-old Swedish woman who was stabbed in a fire exit leading to the Leonardus van Veghel Street, not far from the center.
Drugstore Chain Trekpleister recalls a shower gel as it contains a bacterium that is potentially dangerous for lung patients.
On Monday, National Team Coach Louis van Gaal and his fit team traveled to Andorra for Tuesday's World Cup qualifying match against Andorra.
Orange will qualify for the World Cup final on Tuesday if it beats Andorra, but then Romania might not win against Turkey. However, a win against Andorra will almost certainly give the Dutch team a ticket to Brazil. Romania has to make up 6 points and a difference of 15 hits in the last two group matches.
The Netherlands and Iraq are going to cooperate more closely in the economic field, according to Minister of Foreign Affairs Frans Timmermans, who met with with Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and Deputy Prime Minister for Energy, Hussein al-Sharistani in Baghdad on Monday.
Timmermans says Baghdad will try to take away the bureaucratic barriers for doing business in Iraq. The PvdA Minister asked his discussion partners to ensure that investments will be protected. Both countries will also endeavor to prevent double taxation.
Amsterdam can prepare for a concert of Charles Aznavour. The 89-year-old singer-songwriter from France will give a concert at the Heineken Music Hal on Saturday, December 14. This was announced on Monday.
Aznavour is seen as one of the greatest singer-songwriters. He sold in his career, which lasts for more than 60 years, more than 100 million albums and wrote the staggering number of 1200 songs.
A 47-year-old father and his three sons were found dead on Monday morning, in a bungalow park in the village of Schoonloo in Drenthe. This was reported by the police. The dead kids were two 10-year-old boys and a 2-year-old boy.
PVV leader Geert Wilders protested on Monday at the Romanian Embassy in The Hague, against the opening of borders for Bulgarian and Romanian workers.
Wilders came to deliver a letter in which he is expressing his concern about the arrival of Romanians and Bulgarians, who are free to come to work starting January 1, 2014. Wilders was received at the embassy for an interview. After the meeting the PVV leader said he was ‘received well’ and that the Romanians 'had listened to him’.
Netherlands holds the fourth place on a list of 'happy countries' of the United Nations. Only Danes, Norwegians and Swiss are even happier.
Greenhouse gas emissions in the Netherlands were nearly 1 percent lower last year than in 2011, reports CBS.
The municipality of Harlingen asked the Dutch Food and Consumer Product Safety Authority (NVWA) to investigate eggs that were found with high levels of dioxin.
Noordoostpolder declared itself shale gas free on Monday evening.