Junior finance minister Eric Wiebes told parliament on Monday he sees little alternative to his controversial plans to increase the tax on company cars, despite mounting opposition.
Restaurant Inter Scaldes in the Zeeland village of Kruiningen is the best place to eat in the Netherlands for the second year running, according to the jury of foodie magazine Lekker.
The Netherlands will pay a Brussels surcharge of €642m if the facts are correct, finance minister Jeroen Dijsselbloem told tv show Nieuwsuur on Sunday evening.
A dispute over free tickets with some of Rotterdam's biggest museums has led to next year's Museum Night being cancelled.
People with few qualifications, the over-55s and single people are most likely to end up claiming welfare because they have not found a job while on unemployment benefit (ww), according to research by state job centre organisation UWV.
Finance minister Jeroen Dijsselbloem has welcomed the results of the latest European stress test for banks, which all seven big Dutch banks passed.
The Netherlands’ artificial ice rinks are only kept open because of millions of euros of local government funding, broadcaster Nos says on Monday.
The New York Times and the Axel Springer publishing house (Bild and Die Welt) are investing a combined €3m in the Dutch publishing start-up Blendle.
A live baby was found in an underground rubbish container in Amsterdam in the early hours of Sunday morning.
A former VVD senator faces prosecution for bribery, election fraud and money laundering, the public prosecution department said on Friday.
A buyer has been found for Nedstaal, the last independent Dutch steel company which went bankrupt earlier this month.
The four banks supporting technical services group Imtech’s new share issue have been forced to pick up 47% of the stake after investors shunned the company’s efforts to raise €600m, the Financieele Dagblad says on Friday.
Construction company Ballast Nedam issued a trading update on Friday in which it said losses had mounted further in the third quarter of this year, without giving specific figures.
Health insurance companies are not breaking European law by restricting patient choice to doctors with whom they have a contract, according to the Council of State, the Netherlands’ highest legal body.
Just 6,000 of the 27,000 people who made use of a 2007 amnesty for asylum seekers have taken Dutch nationality, according to refugee organisation Vluchtelingenwerk.
Amsterdam city officials want to invest €105m in building a new sea lock system at IJmuiden, replacing the current complex which dates from 1929.
A care home in Langeraar near Leiden has launched an investigation after a woman suffering from dementia was found dead in a ditch several kilometres away.
Four out of 10 people with Dutch health insurance would be better off increasing their own risk payments to the maximum, according to researchers at Erasmus University.
The Dutch security service AIVD does not have to publicise the number of phone and internet taps it sets up a year, judges in The Hague said on Thursday.
A man who has been electronically tagged to stop him going to Syria to fight with Islamic State militia is campaigning to have the tag removed.
A Labour MP is working on proposals which would give local communities more control over their own neighbourhoods, allowing them, for example, to organise their own rubbish collection services.
Anglo-Dutch food to detergent group Unilever saw sales fall 2% to €12.2bn in the third quarter of this year, as the poor European summer had a impact on ice cream sales.
A serious accident on the A12 motorway at Woerden has cost one road worker his life and brought chaos to the roads around Rotterdam and The Hague.
The Dutch consumers authority ACM has written to 50 of the country’s biggest IT companies asking them for information about price agreements and other illegal activities, the NRC said on Wednesday.
A 22-year-old man was arrested in Enschede on Tuesday evening after border officials discovered he had 600 kilos of fireworks in his van.
Next year's Tour de France cycle race will start in the Dutch city of Utrecht with a 13.7 kilometre individual time trial, the event's organisers said on Wednesday.
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