"Why do we need to first vaccinate 90-year-olds?" asked Marcel R. "From my point of view, no one needs to live to 110. I'd rather my children be able to go to a café or a concert."
Violence rocked Dutch towns and cities for successive nights after a curfew to stop the spread of coronavirus was imposed. It is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to grievances with the government.
A Dutch appeals court on Friday found far-right leader Geert Wilders guilty of insulting Moroccans. It acquitted him of inciting hatred and discrimination.
Mark Rutte has received widespread praise for putting the country's response to COVID-19 ahead of party politics.
Prinsjesdag or 'Budget day' represents the start of the new parliamentary year on which the reigning monarch of the Netherlands addresses a joint session of the Dutch Senate and House of Representatives in the Ridderzaal in The Hague.
A "weed experiment" that could see cannabis that has been grown legally and tested for quality to be sold in Dutch "coffee shops" has moved one step closer to fruition, the country's health ministry has said.
Euronews spoke to Dutch student Kim van Sparrentak, who is running in the European Parliament elections this year, about why students are skipping class for climate protests.
The former politician was a member of Geert Wilders' far-right Dutch party.
Despite the ruling, the sexagenarian told Euronews he was feeling "great".