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'Teflon Mark': Dutch PM Rutte reaches key milestone
Mark Rutte became the longest-serving Dutch prime minister on Tuesday, after being in office for almost 12 years.
Dutch farmers worried by 'unrealistic' emissions reduction target
Anger is building at the government plans to slash nitrogen and ammonia emissions by 2030, with fears farmers will be unable to cope.
These beautiful floating homes are actually made of cardboard
These tiny houses are transforming Rotterdam’s old harbours to solve its space problem.
Good news: Home-working a legal right, and free trains in Spain
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Could working from home become a legal right?
The Netherlands is aiming to enshrine remote working flexibility in law. Will other countries follow suit?
Six people rescued from river after two boats collide in Rotterdam
A family of five and the boat's captain were taken to hospital after the incident.
Two men jailed for Molotov cocktail attack on Dutch journalist's home
The suspects were allegedly angry about the reporter's coverage of anti-lockdown demonstrations.
Airport chaos leaves passengers queuing in ‘stifling heat’
Ongoing chaos at Europe's airports is being made worse in some places by record high temperatures.
Misleading video claims Dutch farmers attacked undercover police
A video massively shared on social media claims that angry Dutch demonstrators attacked undercover police officers during protests over emission cuts.
Dutch farmers and fishermen block roads to protest emissions cuts
Farmers and fishermen fear they will lose their jobs under the Dutch government’s plans to curb nitrogen emissions.
More suspects arrested over murder of Dutch reporter Peter R De Vries
A 27-year-old Polish national has been detained on suspicion of organising the killing.
Dutch drama as suspected art fair robbery caught on camera
Police say they've arrested two men in connection with the suspected robbery, but are still looking for two more.
One killed and ten injured in rare Netherlands tornado
Emergency services are warning people to stay away from the area where the roofs have been torn off several homes.
Dutch mobster sentenced to life in prison over contract killings
Willem Holleeder -- nicknamed “The Nose” -- will now spend the rest of his life behind bars.
Consensus builds around Ukraine's EU bid ahead of crucial summit
Denmark, Sweden, the Netherlands and Portugal are among the latest countries to support granting Ukraine candidate status.
Netherlands marks the return of famous herring festival
Vlaggetjesdag, a local holiday marking the arrival of fresh herring, was again held in Scheveningen after a three-year break.
Russian spy caught trying to infiltrate war crimes court, Dutch say
Dutch authorities say Sergey Vladimirovich Cherkasov had planned an elaborate cover story to hide his identity and penetrate the International Criminal Court (ICC).
Send more weapons to Ukraine, Poland's PM urges NATO
“Where is our credibility if Ukraine fails? Can we imagine that Ukraine fails and we revert to business as usual? I hope not."
Austrian man jailed after six Dutch children found isolated for years
The children's deeply religious father had kept them locked up at a remote farmhouse to protect them from "evil" outside influences.
Dutch farmers angry over measures to reduce nitrogen emissions
The Netherlands government unveiled mandate reductions of up to 70% of nitrogen oxides in many places and 95% in other areas to protect nature.
Trial resumes into murder of Dutch crime reporter Peter R de Vries
The alleged gunman and getaway driver both face a maximum life sentence if convicted.
UK and Dutch governments approve new separate North Sea gas projects
European nations are scrambling to tap new sources of natural gas to relieve them of supplies from Russia.
Meet the pig farmer putting animal welfare and sustainability first
Meet the Dutch pig farmer putting animal welfare and sustainability first
Huge queues at Schiphol airport continue but no worker strike for now
Schiphol airport workers have called off a planned summer strike, saving travellers from more queues and cancellations.
Dutch police use 'deepfake' video in appeal over boy's murder in 2003
Police in Rotterdam say it is the world's first time that an artificially manipulated video has been used in this way.
Three arrested over ATM explosions that netted gang nearly €1 million
They are accused of using stolen vehicles and explosives to attack ATMs during the night to steal money.