The sister-in-law of Hague police officer Mario, who is still in critical condition after being hit by a car during New Year's, criticized mayor Jozias van Aartsen for calling it a "reasonable" celebration. "How can you speak of a reasonable New Year's while someone is fighting for his life?" she wrote on Facebook, according to Den Haag FM.
In 2009 and 2010 intelligence service AIVD investigated PVV leader Geert Wilders' contacts in Israel, the Volkskrant reports based on its own research. The AIVD was concerned about Wilders' loyalty and that he was possibly being influenced by Israel, according to the newspaper.
A young woman was found dead in a home on Agnietendaal in Ede on Tuesday night. The police believe she was murdered, the Gelederlander reports.
The victim was identified as a 19-year-old woman who lived in the home with her mother, sister and two students. Her mother found her seriously injured around 10:00 p.m. Emergency services were called in, but attempts to help her was to no avail. She died at the scene.
The police are investigating the death of a baby in an apartment on Parallelweg in Cuijk on Tuesday night. The baby became unwell while emergency services were in the home helping the mother. Attempts to resuscitate the child were to no avail, AD reports.
The mother was taken to hospital by ambulance. Exactly why she called for help is unclear. Her condition is also unknown.
Gerard Bouman, former Chief of the National Police, is under an investigation aimed at finding out whether he was involved in expense irregularities in the police's central works council (CWC), the Gelderlander repoprts based on information from insiders.
Three people were killed and one critically injured in an accident on the N36 highway near Vriezenveen. The accident involving two cars happened around 4:30 p.m. on Sunday, local newspaper Tubantia reports.
Two schools on Rijksstraatweg in Haren, Groningen were evacuated on Monday morning after one of the schools received a "serious threatening email", the Gelderlander reports. The police searched both schools and found nothing suspicious so far, according to the newspaper.
The treaht was directed at the international school in Haren. The adjascent Maartenscollege also received the email. Both schools were evacuated. The police won't comment on what the email contained.
A 24-year-old motorist from Leeuwarden and his pregnant girlfriend were badly shaken up when firework was thrown through their car's windshield on the A32 highway during the early morning hours of Sunday. Both were uninjured. The perpetrator is still on the loose, the police said
An 82-year-old man was found dead under suspicious circumstances in his home on Hyacintstraat in Winschoten, Groningen on Saturday morning. The police are investigating whether he was murdered, the police said in a statement on Sunday.
The police discovered the body of a woman in a home on Allemawei in Oudwoude, Friesland after responding to reports of a house fire on Wednesday evening. A critically injured man was found in the home's garden.
A number of cars, houses and a primary school in Voorburg were vandalized with jihad-slogans over the weekend, including threats to Jews and PVV leader Geert Wilders,
An employee working at the Vught penitentiary was placed on "compulsory leave" after an incident with a prisoner a few weeks ago, Jaap Oosterveer, spokesperson for the Ministry of Security and Justice, confirmed to newspaper AD. He stressed that the employee was not suspended, but the incident is being investigated.
Discs containing child pornography was discovered in the Vught prison cell of a man who is serving a seven year sentence for, among other things, the possession of child pornography, the Public Prosecutor announced on Wednesday.
A man was killed in a stabbing incident on Jacob van Lennepstraat in Amsterdam early on Monday morning. One suspect was arrested.
The Dutch Safety Board launched an investigation into how the Netherlands is working together with neighboring countries to prevent and manage incidents at nuclear power plants that could have cross-border implications. A number of incidents especially at the Belgian Doel plants is causing increasing safety concerns
The body of a baby was discovered hidden in some bushes on the East bank of the Sloterplas in Amsterdam on Wednesday night, the police reported on Twitter.
The body of a woman was found in a home on Marco Polostraat on Thursday evening. A medical examiner determined that she did not die of natural causes. The police are investigating.
Nyenrode Business University is investigating the conduct of director Anton Busselman after the Amsterdam branch of the private university complained about his behavior during a recent study tour to China, NRC reports based on the complaint which the paper has in its possession. Busselman decided to step down indefinitely due to this investigation.
Using specialist equipment, divers and sniffer dogs, the police are searching a pond in Stevensweert today for evidence in the murder of Andy de Heus. De Heus' body was found in the pond in February.
Fraudsters targeted dozens of migrants in the past two months. They contacted the migrants by telephone and tried to get hold of money and personal details by pretending to be calling from the Immigration and Naturalization Service (IND)
Two suspects were arrested in connection with the discovery of two dead bodies in Cafe Istanbul in Nijmegen on Monday, the police announced. The two suspects, men aged 36 and 42, are suspected of murder or manslaughter.
The Dutch authorities simultaneously raided about 100 buildings in Brabant and Limburg on Monday morning in an ongoing investigation into a network trading in synthetic drugs and cannabis. So far about 50 people were arrested
The police are investigating four charities for money laundering and fraud due to suspicions that much of the money donated to them did not actually end up doing charitable work
Dutch central bank DNB launched an investigation into possible money laundering in professional football. The financial authority is investigating banks and trust companies to find out whether the financial sector is properly able to recognize and address match fixing and shady transfer deals, DNB announced on Thursday