On Wednesday the police arrested a 16 year old boy for threatening a 42 year old teacher with a knife.
Rotterdam residents prevented a tourist family from Thailand from being robbed by fake police officers on Tuesday.
The Public Prosecutor has significantly reduced the charges against Armin A., the prime suspect in the Valkenburg underage prostitution case.
The occupation of the Maagdenhuis will cost the University of Amsterdam an estimated 460 thousand euros, according to the first assessment of the Facility Services, Folia reports.
On Thursday Amnesty International placed tombstones in the square in The Hague. This was done to both commemorate the hundreds of people that have drowned in the Mediterranean sea this year while trying to cross into Europe and to bring attention to the lack of an European Union rescue operation.
The Tweede Kamer's plan that NAM must prove that damage to homes in Groningen was not caused by earthquakes, rather than the other way around, has the residents in the area very happy
The Ahold shareholders meeting on Wednesday took a strange turn when a grocery bagger got a chance to speak and asked CEO Dick Boer for a pay increase.
Four butchers in The Hague have been selling turkey meat as lamb. Turkey meat is much cheaper than ham.
An estimated one third of tattoo inks used in the Netherlands contain substances that could cause cancer, the Dutch Food and Consumer Product Safety Authority reports.
The top of the coalition government met again around 21:30 on Wednesday night to discuss the reception of failed asylum seekers. This meeting happened after internal consultations in both the VVD and PvdA.
It seems that pieces of flight MH17 wreckage has turned up in a museum in Russia, RTL reports.
As many as seventy failed asylum seekers, evicted from their long-time squat in Amsterdam, entered the city's Vondelpark late Wednesday afternoon. It is not known if they plan to pitch tents or spend the night in the park, a spokesman said.