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Daily Search Trends Police remove blockade of Extinction Rebellion from busy road in Amsterdam The police have started to take away protesters from activist group Extinction Rebellion who block the busy Europaboulevard in Amsterdam on Monday morning. After the 250 or so protesters failed to respond to a repeated call to leave, police took Continue Reading Daily Search Trends Joop Zoetemelk with fractures in hospital in Paris after an accident Former cyclist Joop Zoetemelk is in a hospital in Paris with multiple fractures. According to the NOS, the former cyclist was hit by a car while he was cycling. Zoetemelk would be present in the French capital at the last stage Continue Reading Daily Search Trends Minister Wopke Hoekstra: "Pruning now is harmful" Minister of Finance Wopke Hoekstra may well take his briefcase to the Lower House for the last time this week. In his bill of millions, the national debt is rising enormously. What was bad for years is now suddenly called Continue Reading Daily Search Trends How do we motivate ourselves to (better) adhere to the corona rules? The ball is in the hands of the citizen. He must regain the collective sense of responsibility to comply with the corona measures, that much is clear after the measures that were announced on Friday. The cabinet and mayors are doing Continue Reading Daily Search Trends Disgust at smacking and snoring: Amsterdam research wins Ig Nobel Prize Extreme disgust at sounds such as sneezing, slurping or smacking. Professor of psychiatry Damiaan Denys of the Amsterdam UMC has spent years researching this psychological condition, called misophonia. On Thursday night that earned him an Ig Nobel Prize. Fifteen years ago, Continue Reading Daily Search Trends Grapperhaus still receives a corona fine, also a note on criminal record Minister Ferd Grapperhaus (Justice and Security) will still be fined for violating the one-and-a-half meter rule at his wedding, the Public Prosecution Service (OM) confirms Friday after reporting from various media. He will also receive a note on his criminal Continue Reading Daily Search Trends Climate activists from Extinction Rebellion block crossroads in Amsterdam The action group Extinction Rebellion blocked an intersection at Amsterdam's Zuidas on Friday morning. In doing so, the activists are ignoring the previously issued ban on this by mayor Femke Halsema. The police are present in large numbers to remove the Continue Reading Daily Search Trends 'De Boer top candidate for national team coaching for the Dutch national team' Frank de Boer is the top candidate to succeed Ronald Koeman as national coach of the Dutch national team, VI, NOS and De Telegraaf report Thursday. The North Hollander will soon have a first meeting with the KNVB. Frank de Boer Continue Reading Daily Search Trends Tuchel praises 'incredible mentality' of players after PSG's first win Trainer Thomas Tuchel of Paris Saint-Germain praised his players on Wednesday evening after the hard-fought 1-0 victory over FC Metz. Thanks to a goal from Julian Draxler in injury time, the troubled Parisians booked the first win of the season. Trainer Continue Reading Daily Search Trends Museums and tourist attractions: code red is disastrous Museums and tourist attractions in North and South Holland are receiving cancellations from German and Belgian visitors, now that these countries advise against traveling to the provinces due to the flaring corona virus. "Up to and including last week, 55 percent Continue Reading Daily Search Trends Willem II with record victory in Luxembourg to third qualifying round Europa League Willem II qualified for the third heat of the Europa League with ease on Wednesday-evening. The Tilburg team achieved a record victory over Progrès Niederkorn in Luxembourg: 0-5. Willem II qualified for the third heat of the Europa League with ease Continue Reading Daily Search Trends Dumoulin enjoys special Col de la Loze on 'perfect day' for Roglic Tom Dumoulin enjoyed the seventeenth stage of the Tour de France on Wednesday. The Jumbo-Visma rider saw his teammate Primoz Roglic take time on his main competitor Tadej Pogacar and was delighted to ride the final climb Col de la Continue Reading Daily Search Trends Apple Watch SE: will it be as hit as the iPhone SE? Apple has announced two new Apple Watches, two new iPads and a subscription bundle. But no new iPhones. In this Bright Podcast we discuss the Apple event. Listen this podcast on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts and Anchor. In addition to a Continue Reading Daily Search Trends Herstelde Kruijswijk is the leader of Jumbo-Visma for a good Giro classification Steven Kruijswijk is the most important link in the selection of Team Jumbo-Visma in the Giro d'Italia. The 33-year-old from Brabant is considered the absolute leader of the Dutch formation in Italy and is aiming for a good classification. Steven Kruijswijk Continue Reading Daily Search Trends Geert Wilders puts the other parties on the spot in General Considerations Geert Wilders went full on the organ during the General Discussions as usual. In doing so, he presents the other parties with a dilemma. As usual, Geert Wilders draws attention during the first hours of the General Political Reflections. Last year, Continue Reading Daily Search Trends Now that again: West Nile virus settles in Utrecht As if the coronavirus wasn't enough. For the first time, the West Nile virus has surfaced in the Netherlands, to be precise: in a warbler in the Utrecht region. Because this is not a migratory bird, the animal probably contracted Continue Reading Daily Search Trends Spotify: 'Apple bundle subscription is a threat to freedom' Apple will be offering a number of its services as a bundle starting this fall. According to Spotify, this is a threat to 'the collective freedoms of listening, learning, making and connecting'. Spotify responds with a brief statement to the news Continue Reading Daily Search Trends 'Depay makes dream transfer to FC Barcelona' Memphis Depay leaves for FC Barcelona. The 26-year-old footballer leaves the French club Olympique Lyonnais to play for Ronald Koeman's team. That writes De Telegraaf. There had been rumors for a long time that Depay would switch to FC Barcelona. The attacker Continue Reading Daily Search Trends What is in the Budget Memorandum? What is all in the Budget Memorandum? An overview. The cabinet wants to be "a stable factor in these complicated and unpredictable times". That is why it sticks to previously promised tax cuts and investments in, for example, education, safety and Continue Reading Daily Search Trends Ajax in draw for group stage CL in pot 2 due to Benfica elimination Ajax will be in the draw for the group stage of the Champions League in pot 2 on 1 October. The team from Amsterdam owes this favorable starting position to the elimination of Benfica in the third heat of the Continue Reading Daily Search Trends WOZ value rises by 9 percent to a new record The WOZ value of homes has increased by 8.9 percent to an average of 270,000 euros. That is the highest level ever. The municipality of Weesp has risen the most, but in absolute terms the value is highest in Bloemendaal. This Continue Reading

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Sinterklaas entry Curaçao definitively canceled: government stops subsidy

Sinterklaas is definitely a thing of the past on Curaçao. There will be no Sinterklaas tour on the island this year. This had already been announced by the foundation that organizes the entry, but now the government has also stopped the subsidy for that foundation.

‘Leaked documents show money laundering practices at banks, also at subsidiary ING’

More than 2,500 leaked documents from the American anti-money laundering unit FinCEN reveal large flows of suspicious, black and criminal money at major international banks. This was revealed on Sunday from research by more than a hundred media organizations in more than 88 countries, including Trouw, Financieel Dagblad and research collective Investico.

These are the consequences of Prinsjesdag 2020 for your wallet

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Musical actor Tommie Christiaan and girlfriend are expecting their first child

Tommie Christiaan and his girlfriend Jamie Dors are expecting their first child together, the musical star announced on Instagram on Sunday.

International research: The Netherlands is at the heart of money laundering Russian billions

Two Dutch securities dealers and a Polish subsidiary of ING appear to be pivotal figures in an international money laundering network that has channeled billions of euros in dubious Russian money. These are the Nieuwegein securities trader Schildershoven Finance BV and the Amsterdam Tristane Capital, both clients of ING Bank Slaski, ING's Polish subsidiary.

Aston Martin scores GTE double at Le Mans

Aston Martin has won the GTE double in the 24 hours of Le Mans on Sunday. The British brand took the victory in the French motorsport classic in both the GTE Pro and the GTE AM class.

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It was vintage Sunday with Lubach: “Only together we get corona”

Han Lips writes about what he noticed on TV every day. Today: Sunday with Lubach.

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Rasmussen from Vitesse also infected with corona virus

Jacob Rasmussen of Vitesse is infected with the corona virus. The defender has not had contact with fellow players since Wednesday as a precaution and has skipped training on Thursday and Friday. He will have to miss Saturday's game against Sparta.

Strange elimination Who is de Mol? causes unrest among viewers

The anniversary season of 'Wie is de Mol? continues to score. More than 2.4 million viewers were back on the edge of their seats last night for the third episode, which ended with a considerable cliffhanger to the great dissatisfaction of many Molloten.

Bridget Maasland tests negative for coronavirus

Bridget Maasland (45) has done a corona test. On Instagram, the presenter shares a selfie with her son Mees on Saturday, both wearing a black mouth mask in the radiant sun.

Leiden mayor writes letter after increase in infections: Keep your distance

Mayor Henri Lenferink has written a letter in response to the increase in the number of corona infections in Leiden. In the letter, which is mainly addressed to young people and young adults, he calls on people to keep their distance.

West Nile virus first found in the Netherlands, warbler turned out to be infected

A warbler has been found in the Utrecht region that is infected with the West Nile virus. It is the first time that this virus has been found in the Netherlands. This is announced by the National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM). People can become infected with this virus.

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Employees work more hours since corona crisis, equally often overworked

During the corona crisis, employees started working more hours, both people who work from home and staff who work on location. They are not more often overwhelmed by this, TNO concluded on the basis of a survey among more than ten thousand people published on Friday.

Education and healthcare personnel will be given priority in corona tests from Monday

Some of the education and care staff will receive priority for corona tests from next Monday, the Ministry of Health, Welfare and Sport (VWS) reports Friday.

Delft students flout corona rules. “I am human and long for physical contact”

Delft students see that fewer and fewer fellow students are observing the rules. They fear additional measures.

Leiden student association Minerva suspends introductory activities

The Leiden student association Minerva is suspending the introductory activities for the new academic year. Minerva is the first of the major student associations to take this step.

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The Dutch retail umbrella organization will stop at the end of this year

Detailhandel Nederland will stop on December 31, 2020, the trade association announced Monday afternoon.

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9 employees of the Antoni van Leeuwenhoek hospital test positive for corona

Various employees of the blood collection department of the Antoni van Leeuwenhoek hospital (AVL) have tested positive for the corona virus. The chance that they have passed on the virus to patients is thought to be very small.

Groningen mayor writes a letter because of infections among students

Mayor Koen Schuiling of Groningen wrote a letter to students in Groningen on Monday, because of the increase in the number of infections among young people.

Dutch shareholders Unilever agree to move

Unilever has cleared a significant hurdle to become a wholly British company. A majority voted in favor of 'unification' at the Dutch shareholders' meeting.

Google unveils corporate video calling products that work with Meet

Google unveiled several products around its Meet video calling service on its blog Tuesday evening. Together with Lenovo, the company will market a control screen, microphone, cameras and soundbar aimed at companies and organizations.

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The Dutch retail umbrella organization will stop at the end of this year

Detailhandel Nederland will stop on December 31, 2020, the trade association announced Monday afternoon.

It was vintage Sunday with Lubach: “Only together we get corona”

Han Lips writes about what he noticed on TV every day. Today: Sunday with Lubach.

Groningen mayor writes a letter because of infections among students

Mayor Koen Schuiling of Groningen wrote a letter to students in Groningen on Monday, because of the increase in the number of infections among young people.

Police remove blockade of Extinction Rebellion from busy road in Amsterdam

The police have started to take away protesters from activist group Extinction Rebellion who block the busy Europaboulevard in Amsterdam on Monday morning. After the 250 or so protesters failed to respond to a repeated call to leave, police took action to remove them.

Dutch shareholders Unilever agree to move

Unilever has cleared a significant hurdle to become a wholly British company. A majority voted in favor of 'unification' at the Dutch shareholders' meeting.

Sinterklaas entry Curaçao definitively canceled: government stops subsidy

Sinterklaas is definitely a thing of the past on Curaçao. There will be no Sinterklaas tour on the island this year. This had already been announced by the foundation that organizes the entry, but now the government has also stopped the subsidy for that foundation.

‘Leaked documents show money laundering practices at banks, also at subsidiary ING’

More than 2,500 leaked documents from the American anti-money laundering unit FinCEN reveal large flows of suspicious, black and criminal money at major international banks. This was revealed on Sunday from research by more than a hundred media organizations in more than 88 countries, including Trouw, Financieel Dagblad and research collective Investico.

These are the consequences of Prinsjesdag 2020 for your wallet

The third Tuesday of September looked a bit different this year due to the corona crisis, and so did the measures stated in the bill of millions. Read here what has been decided and what that means for your finances.

Ten percent of high school students are at home due to corona measures

An average of 10 percent of all high school students were sniffling at home in recent weeks. They miss classes because they are not allowed to go to school due to the corona measures. School leaders fear that the backlog could become "disastrous."

These are the (regional) measures that took effect on Sunday evening

The new corona measures started on Sunday evening at 6 p.m. With shortened opening hours for the catering industry and stricter controls, the cabinet and the security regions want to stem the spread of the corona virus.

Swamps and beaches: cycling on the Zeeland and South Holland islands

The Best of Nature cycle route shows how sustainable the South Holland and Zeeland islands are. With herbs from the own garden on the menu and self-catering holiday homes.

Zalando sells second-hand clothing in the Netherlands from October

Zalando will also be selling second-hand clothing in the Netherlands from October. The online clothing and shoe store already did this in Germany and Spain. Customers can go to Zalando themselves with their old clothes, an algorithm then determines the price. That says Jacintha de Graaf, director for the Benelux, in conversation with Het Financieele Dagblad (FD) on Monday.

House prices rose by 8 percent in August to their highest level ever

The prices of owner-occupied homes rose by 8.2 percent in August compared to August last year. That is the largest price increase in over a year and a half, the Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS) and the Land Registry report Monday. Prices are now at their highest level ever.

Fear of second corona wave: Europe takes tougher measures

The Netherlands is not the only country to take stricter corona measures this weekend. The virus is on the rise all over Europe. It is striking that each country takes its own specific local measures.

Joop Zoetemelk with fractures in hospital in Paris after an accident

Former cyclist Joop Zoetemelk is in a hospital in Paris with multiple fractures. According to the NOS, the former cyclist was hit by a car while he was cycling.