A new 90 megawatt wind farm is ready to be built in western Netherlands. The announcement was made by the European energy company RWE on Thursday.
On June 20, Russia’s President Vladimir Putin met with guest of honor Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte at the 17th St. Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF), according to Rbth.
Officials say that a firelighting block factory in Oisterwijk caught fire before dawn.
As far as the Party for the Animals is concerned, there will be a ban on substances in pesticides, which 'very likely' cause of the so-called resistant aspergillus fungus. This fungus causes severe pulmonary infections in humans.
PvdD MP Esther Ouwehand called on Thursday for an immediate ban on five substances in pesticides used in the cultivation of example cabbage and carrot.
Some of the more than 100,000 home owners who have solar panels, must now start paying VAT on electricity generated by themselves. That is the result of a ruling by the European Court of Justice in a dispute over Austrian VAT on solar power.
The Court ruled Thursday that individuals who produce solar power are to be seen as an entrepreneur and so have to pay VAT in most cases.
Lodewijk Asscher, Minister of Social Affairs and Vice Prime Minister, considers Islamic radicalization 'as a serious form of individual religious derailment’. He shares the concerns of parents who have reported that their kids have left for Syria as a jihad fighter. "It is in our mutual interest to address this worrying development and to ensure that traffickers are prosecuted."
Utrecht will have soon the greatest bicycle storage in the world with room for 12,500 bicycles. That the city government has decided says RTV Utrecht. The final design is an elaboration of the urban plan and the preliminary design of Station Square East (Stationsplein Oost).
The mega storage will be situated below an elevated station on the city side of Utrecht CS. Station Square East will also have a futuristic roof.
At the auction of IJmuiden, the first barrel of New Dutch Soused Herring on Thursday delivered an amount of 69,000 euros. The money was raised by local traders and businesses and goes to two charities. The auction is organized every year by a local restaurant. The first barrel of New Dutch Soused Herring at the auction in Scheveningen, was sold for 66,500 euro on Wednesday.
The money from the auction in IJmuiden goes to Telstar Home IJmuiden a foundation that organizes all kind of sporting events. The other charity is the Fund for the Poor of IJmuiden.
Two sisters of 75 and 78 years of Margraten (Limburg) lost their lives on Wednesday in their hometown, due to a tragical traffic accident. When the two pedestrians crossed the high way around 5.00 pm, they were hit by a tractor with a lawnmower installed at the front.
The precise location of the accident was the crossing of the highway with the Sterre der Zeestraat, reported the police. The tractor was driven by a 43-year old man from Echt, Limburg. The driver gave a statement to the police. After taking the statement the police let the man go.
State Secretary of Social Affairs, Jetta Klijnsma, is going to talk with telecom companies about the increasing number of young people who get into debt by expensive telephone subscriptions. She will ask the companies to ensure that customers do not subscribe to a plan that is beyond their capacity.
Klijnsma has said that Wednesday in the House. She responded to a plea of SP MP Sadet Karabulut. Karabulut wants that phone service providers will fall under the Financial Supervision Act. They would then be obliged to assess the creditworthiness of subscribers.
Less visitors for less outdoor pools. The, mostly, private owners of these baths have not an easy time. This can be concluded from figures of the Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS).
Fewer Dutch can cool down in the summer in an outdoor swimming pool. There are at this moment only 220 of such pools, against 330 in the late 1980s. The cause: municipalities must cut spending and have merged.
Maastricht University (UM) can count themselves among the best 'young' universities of the world. This is evident from the annual ranking of Times Higher Education Magazine (THE) for universities that exist less than 50 years.
Maastricht rises in this top 100 from place 19 to the 6th spot. “The Maastricht University is steadily advancing. That is an exponent of the power of the Dutch educational system as a whole,” says the chief editor Phil Baty of THE.
On a farm in Milheeze (Noord-Brabant) all 1100 pigs were killed on Wednesday, after the ventilation system in the stable had broken down. This was told by a spokesperson of the municipality of Gemert-Bakel of which Milheeze is a part of.
The ventilation system on the farm at De Haag in Milheeze, was possible already broken on Tuesday. However, that was only observed on Wednesday. The pigs died due to the high temperatures and the lack of fresh air.
Former PSV Eindhoven forward Jeremain Lens has transferred to Dynamo Kiev for an undisclosed price.
On May 31, 2013, Netherlands and China signed a new tax agreement, according to China-briefing.
Some parents would like their child to accomplish their personal aspirations, according to the study posted in the journal PLOS ONE.