Faiza Oulahsen, a Dutch Greenpeace activist imprisoned in Russia, has asked King Willem-Alexander for help.
The Dutch film industry will receive extra €20 million from the government, Nieuws.nl reports.
Dutch company Holland Marine Technologies BV has developed the Solar-Powerpack for remote hydraulic power-requirements, the company announced Oct. 30.
The Telegraaf Media Group (TMG) said it will shut down the Dutch social network Hyves, Telecom Paper reports.
Eneco has been granted a final permit for its 210 megawatt (MW) Q4 West wind farm located off the Dutch coast at Bergen aan Zee.
Hewlett-Packard (HP) has opened a new data centre in Roosendaal, the Netherlands, reports Telecom Paper.
Developing countries contribute almost as much to global warming and climate change as industrialized countries. Now 48 percent of greenhouse gas emissions come from developing countries. In 2020 that will probably increase to 51 percent, according to the Dutch Planning Office for Live environment (PBL).
During a raid on a trailer home settlement Thursday morning in Den Bosch, the police arrested sixteen people, suspected of money laundering.
Defense staff found an underground space in a forest in the South Holland Simonshaven. Wednesday and Thursday, they were combing through the woods, looking for possible hide-outs of murder suspect Patrick S., reported the police.
At a meeting in Nijmegen the state announced its plans for a national World War II museum. The Freedom Museum World War II will be built in Nijmegen.
The autumn storm Monday has claimed another life. A Harderwijk resident who came was hit by an uprooted tree during the storm, passed away Wednesday night, reported Harderwijk mayor Harm-Jan van Schaik Thursday on Twitter.
A stamp from Kenya-Uganda, from 1925, raised 208,000 euros at an auction in Weesp. This makes it the most expensive stamp ever. The yield is significantly higher than the catalog value of 150,000 euros.
In Helmond, two officers were injured by a fire in a home. The resident had possibly turned on the gas . The officer suffered minor burns to their arms and face. The resident was killed.
Today, the Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency published a report stating that rate of increase in global carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions was slowing because of more renewable energy use and energy saving.
The Netherlands receives 35,000 threatening Tweets every day. About 200 of them are so serious that police checks these every day, according to a news report by Volkskrant.
The Royal Tropical Institute in Amsterdam would give some 400,000 books to Egypt, reports the Volkskrant.