Sinterklaas and his helpers sailed into Amsterdam on Sunday around 10:00. After his visit to Groningen on Saturday, the Saint visited the Dutch capital on Sunday
The Prosecutor’s Office may have dealt with a bias with cases between against Catholic priests who sexually abused children, prompting an apology from Safety and Justice Minister Ivo Opstelten (VVD).
King Willem-Alexander unexpectedly spoke to protesters during his introductory tour of Bonaire. Just outside the capital Kralendijk a group Bonaireans stood with banners, expressing the desire for a new referendum on the status of the island
A 14-year-old drove more than 1300 kilometers in a stolen car. He drove from Beieren to the Netherlands and was pulled over on the way back. The driver stood out because he was speeding and he had a fake license plate
Firefighters found a corpse after a raging fire burned down a house on the Elizabeth Boddaerstraat in Amsterdam West on Saturday November 9th around 5:00
In The Hague possibly dozens of applications for allowances were filed for people who were not entitled to them
Haaglanden Police pay for the costs of the funeral of the 17-year-old Rishi Chandrikasing, who was shot a year ago at Hollands Spoor station by an officer in plain clothes.
Members of Dutch riot police unit displayed unprofessional conduct after the match between Fortuna Sittard and MVV October, concludes a study commissioned by the mayor, the police and the Public Prosecution
The round-up of some of this week’s most noteworthy events and news stories features: €400,000 euro found inside women smugglers, a nude parade through downtown Amsterdam for World Diabetes Day, Photo Show Human Side of Breast Cancer, Joran van der Sloot wants new trial, and Amsterdam coin minter busted
Bacteria that are resistant to almost all antibiotics, increasingly spread across Europe, according to new figures from the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC).
The father who killed his 3-year-old daughter last week in Reuver, committed suicide an hour and a half later, determined the forensic doctor, based on the difference in body temperature
Amsterdam is phasing out a number of its coffee-shops, choosing education over a controversial business that has been a major tourist draw. The City Council said on Friday that it is taking into consideration the owners of 31 shops that have to close because they are in too close proximity to schools. “We are not forcing them to close all at once; we’re giving the owners an opportunity to start different businesses,” the council said.
Police have released images of a woman who is suspected of a very serious abuse in Amsterdam. The woman stabbed another visitor of the café in her face with a glass.
Netherlands gets another television channel, which will specifically target women. SBS Broadcasting will launch a fourth channel next year, in addition to the current channels SBS 6, Net 5, and Veronica
Dutch women with breast implants from the French brand PIP, could be compensated