A 43-year-old Hoogeveen resident was sentenced to six months in prison, of which three months conditional, for scamming people on Marktplaats, by the court in Assen. He also gets probation supervision and prohibition.
Areva has started producing the first mixed-oxide (MOX) fuel for use in the Borssele nuclear power plant, the Netherlands.
The Netherlands has decided to take Russia to court over Greenpeace ship matter.
Thuisbezorgd.nl, which arranges home delivery for restaurants in the Netherlands, is now accepting payment in bitcoins.
Belgian biotech company TiGenix is planning to sell its manufacturing facility in Sittard-Geleen, the Netherlands.
The annual Children's Stamp Activity raised just as much money this year as it did last year: 11.6 million euros. 200,000 children went door to door to sell stamps and cards.
Last summer flights from Dutch airlines were less frequently delayed than in the summer of 2012.
During the first half of this year Apple received four requests from governments to release private data of Dutch citizens, according to a report from Apple on information requests from governments. It is the first time for the company to publish these figures.
A divorce will become a lot more complicated if the bill on the abolition of the standard marriage contract of VVD, PvdA and D66 is adopted, according to the Association of Family Lawyers and Divorce Mediators (vFAS).
King Willem-Alexander will not hand over the 'Dream Book for Russia', by some gay organizations, to President Putin on Friday. It is not within the package of tasks of the King, according to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
T-Mobile has begun turning on its new 4G network. Customers can enjoy faster mobile internet through 4G. Officially T-Mobile offers the new mobile technology starting November 18, but customers already report on social media they have 4G.
A new survey found that one in three employees is willing to accept a pay cut if he can keep a job.
The Utrecht city council has nominated Jan van Zanen (VVD) as the new mayor of Utrecht, NRC.nl reports Tuesday.
Dutch chemical and pharmaceutical maker DSM reports a 44.0% increase in third quarter net income.
Amsterdam gets a permanent Body Worlds exhibition. As of January 16 plasticized corpses and body parts will be displayed in the former office of American Express on the Damrak.
The Greenpeace activists from the Arctic Sunrise violated the safety zone of the Russian oil rig and that is punishable, according to former Greenpeace captain Albert Kuiken in a letter to de Volkskrant.