Two mayors from Brabant are sounding the alarm over a failing approach of drug crime in smaller municipalities in Brabant.
Foundation "Red de Kuip"(safe de Kuip) will present a modified plan for the renovations of the Feyenoord stadium to the shareholders. The managements from both the soccer clubs and de Kuip, who earlier opposed the plans, will also be present during the presentation, announced Erwin Eekelaar of "Red de Kuip."
The round-up of some of this week’s most noteworthy events and news stories features the storm on 'pakjesavond', an "innocent" kiss that put Onno Hoes in the spotlight, KLM's ongoing fight to reach an agreement with its union, and new threats against "pig" Wilders.
Meat processor VION did indeed commit fraud with meat, confirmed two new whistle blowers to Omroep Brabant. A section of VION falsely sold 11,000 kg of pork meat as organic ham last year Summer.
Police in Zeeland have collected about 100 bales of cocaine that washed ashore on the beach of the peninsula of Walcheren today.
The Netherlands open the 2014 FIFA World Cup in a rematch against Spain, the defending world champions. Oranje will see stiff competition in the group stage of the World Cup in Brazil
Hackers have breached almost 2 million accounts on Facebook, Google, Twitter, Yahoo and other social media.
The Netherlands will try to knock out host nation Argentina to earn a place in the women's World Hockey League finals this weekend.
Nearly half of people over 55 who lose their job are not able to find a new one before their benefit runs out, according to employment agency UWV.
The Fortis Bank board is guilty of mismanagement, as evidenced by a ruling of the Supreme Court. The former directors of Fortis can now be held liable for the failure of Fortis.
European competition authorities raided Philips this week. The European Commission suspects that a number of electronics companies, including Philips, made mutual agreements to influence internet sales to drive up prices of their products
While the world was in grief Friday about the passing of Nelson Mandela, a major newspaper and a politician from a major political party here have found themselves apologizing for racially insensitive public statements they made on Thursday regarding the South African leader’s death
High winds, sleet, hail, rain and lightening teemed down on the Netherlands throughout the afternoon yesterday, as hundreds of grown men around the country dressed up as Sinterklaas to hand out gifts to children.
The main suspect of the sensational art heist in Rotterdam has been arrested in the United Kingdom. Adrian Procop who is suspected to have committed the robbery together with Radu Dogaru, has been on the run since November last year. Rumanian news media reported on Friday that police in Bucharest were notified of his arrest on Thursday by Interpol in Manchester.
Today, the 2014 FIFA World Cup Draw will be held in Brazil.
The water level of the dikes in Zeeland reached 3.99 meters above sea level, the highest level since the great storm of 1953.