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Peter van der Vorst is considering therapy after Apeldoorn attack

Peter van der Vorst (48) is still thinking about taking therapy because of his presence at the attack in Apeldoorn, on Queen's Day 2009. He told this on Sunday in the program 'De Press Tribune'. A car ran into a procession involving the royal family, killing eight.

Accountants: CDA party leader election was full of mistakes

The party leader election at the CDA was so full of shortcomings that the party board could have designated 'anything but a winner'. Two chartered accountants conclude this in a letter to the CDA board. The letter is in the hands of the political editorial staff of RTL Nieuws.

The cabinet can still take these measures to reduce the number of infections

The cabinet may announce new restrictions now that the number of infections remains high. What measures can the cabinet still take?

RIVM publishes corrected figures: 10,211 positive tests

The RIVM reported 10,211 positive tests on Sunday. It was already clear in advance that this number would not be correct: due to ICT problems at the GGDs, too few tests were reported on Saturday. The too low number was corrected on Sunday.

Deceased person found in house Wognumstraat

The police have announced that a deceased person has been found in a house on Wognumstraat in the Leyenburg district. Extensive research is still being done at this point. Part of the street is cordoned off with black fences. The police cannot yet say whether there has been a crime.
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Peter van der Vorst is considering therapy after Apeldoorn attack

Peter van der Vorst (48) is still thinking about taking therapy because of his presence at the attack in Apeldoorn, on Queen's Day 2009. He told this on Sunday in the program 'De Press Tribune'. A car ran into a procession involving the royal family, killing eight.

Accountants: CDA party leader election was full of mistakes

The party leader election at the CDA was so full of shortcomings that the party board could have designated 'anything but a winner'. Two chartered accountants conclude this in a letter to the CDA board. The letter is in the hands of the political editorial staff of RTL Nieuws.

The cabinet can still take these measures to reduce the number of infections

The cabinet may announce new restrictions now that the number of infections remains high. What measures can the cabinet still take?

RIVM publishes corrected figures: 10,211 positive tests

The RIVM reported 10,211 positive tests on Sunday. It was already clear in advance that this number would not be correct: due to ICT problems at the GGDs, too few tests were reported on Saturday. The too low number was corrected on Sunday.

Rutte press conference about the increase in corona infections and the King’s holiday

Watch the weekly press conference of Mark Rutte after the Council of Ministers. Rutte will talk about the increasing corona figures and the King's holiday, which was cut short after much criticism.

“Spotters, don’t come to the last KLM Boeing 747 landing”

Aircraft spotters are called upon not to come to Schiphol on Sunday for the last landing of KLM's Boeing 747-400. Mayor Marianne Schuurmans of the municipality of Haarlemmermeer is considering closing spotters' places if people ignore the call, her spokesperson confirms.

Part of Eisenhowerlaan in Alphen will be closed for a few days from Thursday

The Eisenhowerlaan, an important entrance and exit road for many people in Alphen, will be closed to traffic from Thursday evening at 8 p.m. to Monday morning at 6 a.m.

‘Dutchman again manages to hack Donald Trump’s Twitter account’

A Dutch security researcher managed to log into the Twitter account of US President Donald Trump last week. He and two others already succeeded in this in 2016. De Volkskrant and Vrij Nederland write that on Thursday, after the media saw evidence. Twitter and the White House dispute that Trump's account has been hacked.

Next year there will be a defibrillator at every train station in the Netherlands

In 2021, a defibrillator (AED) will be installed at every train station in the Netherlands. ProRail and NS, in collaboration with the Heart Foundation, will place a total of 450 heart starters at the stations.

Jumbo relies on Hema ‘resilience’

Hema will most likely remain in Dutch hands. A consortium including supermarket chain Jumbo wants to take over the department store.

King in video message: ‘Hurts to have betrayed your trust’

King Willem-Alexander and Queen Máxima expressed their regret in a video message on Wednesday for their holiday trip to Greece. "Our trip to Greece has provoked strong reactions from many Dutch people. It hurts to have betrayed your trust in us," said the royal couple.

Philips is profiting significantly from the corona crisis

Philips, once the pride of Eindhoven as a lamp manufacturer, sold its lighting division four years ago and announced the sale of its home appliances division earlier this year. This should give the company wings on its new course; that of a global player in medical equipment.
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Peter van der Vorst is considering therapy after Apeldoorn attack

Peter van der Vorst (48) is still thinking about taking therapy because of his presence at the attack in Apeldoorn, on Queen's Day 2009. He told this on Sunday in the program 'De Press Tribune'. A car ran into a procession involving the royal family, killing eight.

Accountants: CDA party leader election was full of mistakes

The party leader election at the CDA was so full of shortcomings that the party board could have designated 'anything but a winner'. Two chartered accountants conclude this in a letter to the CDA board. The letter is in the hands of the political editorial staff of RTL Nieuws.

The cabinet can still take these measures to reduce the number of infections

The cabinet may announce new restrictions now that the number of infections remains high. What measures can the cabinet still take?
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