The Dutch social security system should be overhauled to cover freelancers and the self-employed, employers' organisation AWVN said on Monday.
The Dutch public broadcasting system needs overhauling to ensure only programmes which are informative, cultural or educational get taxpayer funding, junior culture minister Sander Dekker told news website nu.nl.
Supermarket chain Albert Heijn published a poem in all the main national newspapers on Monday in response to the row about its decision to phase out the use of ‘black face’ Zwarte Piet characters.
A doctor who ran a private plastic surgery clinic goes on trial in The Hague on Monday, accused of mutilating dozens of women.
King Willem-Alexander is to break with the tradition developed by his mother for what was then Queen's Day and introduce his own take on the celebrations.
Many of the Piets taking part in this year's Sinterklaas parade in Amsterdam will have soot smudges on their faces rather than full black-face make-up, says Amsterdam mayor Eberhard van der Laan.
Amsterdam city council cannot cope with the explosive growth in the number of people letting their homes via sites like Airbnb and needs to spend €500,000 on extra inspectors, the Parool said at the weekend.
A 16-year-old youth will appear in court on Monday charged with stabbing a 15-year-old boy to death at a vocational training college in Voorburg, close to The Hague.
Some 50 people evacuated from their homes following the discovery of a 'small quantity of explosives' in a nearby house have been allowed back, police said on Sunday morning.
Dutch gymnast Epke Zonderland on Sunday successfully defended his world title on the high bar at the world championships in Nanning, China.
Dutch sprinter Dafne Schippers has been named European women’s athlete of 2014 at the European Athletics Federation meeting in Baku, Azerbaijan.
Finance minister Jeroen Dijsselbloem has confirmed the Dutch state uses banks which break its guidelines on bonuses to advise on selling stakes in banks and insurance companies.
The Dutch food safety board has ordered a 7,000 kilo consignment of beef to be withdrawn from the market because it may be contaminated with anthrax.
The number of people aged 65 and over who still work has topped 200,000 for the first time, ING economists said on Friday.
Dutch food advisory board Voedingscentrum has withdrawn advice issued decades ago about not eating beetroot, spinach and lettuce more than twice a week.
The European Commission on Friday cleared the takeover of Dutch cable company Ziggo by American giant Liberty Global, on the condition it sells specialist channel Film1.
The public health institute RIVM said on Friday no ebola checks will be made on passengers arriving at Amsterdam's Schiphol airport because there are no direct flights to countries affected by the disease.
A former soldier who converted to Islam has not been trying to recruit former colleagues at the Volkel airbase to take part in jihad, the defence ministry said on Friday afternoon.
The Telegraaf on Friday became the last Dutch newspaper to switch to tabloid format.
Daily paper Trouw says Bas Eickhout, a member of the European parliament for left-wing green party GroenLinks, is the most ‘sustainable’ person in the Netherlands.
The Dutch parliamentary complex in the heart of The Hague needs major renovations in order to meet current fire and safety standards, according to a report drawn up on behalf of housing minister Stef Blok.
Several relatives of people killed in the MH17 plane crash are considering suing the Dutch state for negligence over its handling of the tragedy, the Telegraaf says on Friday.
Thousands of Dutch pensioners are paying for companionship as private initiatives spring up to fill the gaps left by government cuts, the Volkskrant reports on Friday.
A radicalised ex-member of the Dutch armed forces has been trying to recruit former colleagues at the Volkel military base to take up arms for jihad, the Telegraaf reports on Friday.
Dutch officials on Thursday confirmed one of the passengers on flight MH17, the Malaysian Airways plane brought down by a rocket in eastern Ukraine in July, had an oxygen mask around his neck.
MPs from the ruling Labour party are siding with the opposition to support a draft law which would give people the right to work flexible hours and at home.
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