The police arrested a 33 year old member of the Haarlem chapter of the Hell's Angels on Wednesday for violating the Weapons and Ammunition Act. This arrest forms part of an investigation that the police launched in September.
Police in Belgium have have arrested a Belgian woman who killed her Dutch husband and stuffed his body in a freezer for over a year.
The police received about 43 thousand reports of internet scams in 2014. Most of them involved buying and selling frauds with phones and entrance tickets for concerts, events and theme parks.
The police are looking for witnesses in the murder of 26 year old Baris Onder on S.F. van Ossstraat in Amsterdam-Osdorp in the early hours of Sunday morning.
The arrival of a Muslim leader in the Netherlands has once again caused concerns. Aaidh al-Qarni from Saudi Arabia has been invited by the Waqf foundation to speak at a conference in Eindhoven on Thursday.
Cuts to items covered under the mandatory basic health insurance package is saving the country less money than expected, reports the Netherlands Court of Audit. Between 2007 and 2013, roughly 250 million euro was saved through the cuts, about half the amount the cabinet predicted under former Prime Minister Jan Peter Balkenende.
There has been no control on drug smugglers in the Wadden Sea since June last year. And this will go on to at least the end of this year.
State Secretary Martin van Rijn of Public Health has admitted that the introduction of the new system for personal budgets has "not gone well" in a letter sent to the Tweede Kamer, lower house of parliament, on Tuesday.
Former Dutchbat commander Thom Karremans and his two adjutants will will not be prosecuted, the court in Arnhem ruled on Wednesday morning. The relatives of three Muslim men that were killed in Srebrenica in 1995 had demanded their prosecution for complicity in war crimes and genocide.
Nearly half of burglary victims now sleep with a bat, knife, pepper spray or even a gun next to their bed.
The police have decided to reinstate the Highway Patrol, to crack down on traffic violators like speeders, drunk drivers and tailgaters.