Russia has informed Greenpeace activists that they cannot leave the country, reports North Devon Journal reports Friday.
VNO-NCW and MKB-Netherlands are concerned about the Dutch government plans to expand paternity leave to five days from two.
Ajax football club said it is investigating fighting incident between club’s fans and Italians on Wednesday before Ajax’s match with AC Milan at the San Siro.
Dutch company AerCap Holdings NV in talks with American International Group (AIG) to acquire its jet-leasing finance business, Reuters reports.
The number of restaurants showed an increase in the past five years with 3.1 percent, despite the economic crisis. The four large cities even showed an increase of 7.7 percent, as evidenced form a study by Van Spronsen & Partners consultancy.
From February 1st there will be no more paper parking tickets in Amsterdam, making it the first capital in the Netherlands to go 100 percent digital, according to the parking administrator.
The City of Den Helder is reclaiming almost 80,000 euros from Johanna K., the 66-year-old woman who was arrested in August because she kept ammunition, illegal fireworks, chemicals, and (parts of) weapons in her home, announced the City Wednesday.
RTL Netherlands regrets that Gordon gave out Connie Breukhoven's phone number, Wednesday evening in a live broadcast on RTL 4. RTL will discuss the matter with Gordon.
The Teyler Museum in Haarlem recovered a special portrait of Queen Wilhelmina. It is the only remaining study for a lost painting of the queen, made in the late 30s by artist Willem Hofker (1902-1981).
Employees who care for a sick friend or acquaintance are entitled to a leave of absence for that purpose, writes the government in a letter to the Lower House.
An environmental police investigator from Central and West Brabant has for years refused to work with a colleague who has cancer. That became clear during the hearing on the case in the Breda court.
At least 54 Groningen students have fallen victim to identity theft through their DigdD account. So far the police arrested five suspects.
The coin minter who was arrested in Amsterdam last month is suspected of using his professional equipment to make counterfeit British pounds.
Foreign Affairs Minister Frans Timmermans said that the Dutch government should not get involved in the decision by water company Vitens to pull out of a partnership with Mekorot. Vitens previously announced they would no longer work with Mekorot because of the Israeli company's presence in the contested West Bank.
Care organization Careyn is cutting 650 full-time jobs as a result of a reorganization plan, Nos reports.