Dutch newspaper AD and a number of Dutch celebrities are calling for a 'Sinterklaas truce'. The newspaper wants to make a deal - no debating about the form of the Sinterklaas party or the appearance of Zwarte Piet as long as Sinterklaas is in the Netherlands - and a number of well known Dutch expressed similar sentiments in the newspaper.
Dutch newspaper AD took a firm stance against the Brits leaving the European Union with a full front page dedicated to the Brexit. The entire front page is covered in the Union Jack with the words: "Dot leave me this way".
A newspaper deliver was critically injured in a stabbing in Rotterdam-West on Friday morning. The woman was found lying next to her bicycle, covered in blood
The court in Amsterdam decided on Tuesday that Trouw newspaper was justified in dismissing journalist Perdiep Ramesar. Ramesar was fired when Trouw discovered that some of his sources were untraceable. Ramesar fought his dismissal with a lawsuit.
As a "precaution" AD will remove all articles written by Perdiep Ramesar from their own archives, said editor Christiaan Reusink. They will be removed from the website and from other archives.
The morning newspapers were not kind to the Dutch team after the 2-0 defeat in Reykjavik on Tuesday.
The meteorite stolen from the astronomy museum Sonnenborgh has been recovered. Two tennis players from Utrecht discovered the space rock that came down in Serooskerke while looking for a ball hit out of the court, the Algemeen Dagblad reports.
De Telegraaf newspaper today contains a full-page ad with calls from several well-known Dutch people to end the rising anti-Semitism in The Netherlands. On the back of the newspaper, in large black lettering is written: "No excuse for anti-Semitism."
Mayors of eight Dutch and three Belgian cities are going to come together on Tuesday evening for a summit about jihad fighters after the report that threats of a rising number of returned fighters on European soil warned of possible attacks in the future, the AD reports.
A few days before the mass-axing of more than 1,200 employees at the Philip Morris cigarette factory in Bergen op Zoom, the company organized a party for the workers, the AD reports.
InHolland student from The Hague Karina Hagafiona Monica (24) planned to do a porn internship with pornography producer Kim Holland, but the vocational university didn't allow it. Now Kim Holland is fighting to keep her intern.
Two prominent members of the Baptist Church in The Hague are suspected of having embezzled €650,000 from the church fund, the AD reports.
People who really can't pay their traffic fines, no longer have to go into a cel if it is up to the lower regional court judges.
police suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder than was previously expected.