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Long-term pin outage stores Albert Heijn, Etos and Gall & Gall past

All stores of Albert Heijn, Etos and Gall & Gall had to contend with a pin failure since early morning on Friday, a spokesperson confirms to NU.nl when asked. The malfunction was not resolved until the beginning of the afternoon.

Lawsuit in Breda: bus driver abused because of duty to mask or not?

It could have been a firm legal statement against violence in public transport. But the case against the suspect of assaulting a bus driver, because he did not wear a mouth mask, will take some time.

Amsterdam cult leader is suspected of rape and child abuse

In Goch, Germany, an Amsterdammer was arrested on Wednesday, who founded the sect Order of Transformants. The man is suspected of ten cases of sexual abuse of children in Hoeven in Brabant, two rapes in Goch, deprivation of liberty and the physical injury of another cult member.

Amsterdam city council is not currently leasing new electric cars

The Amsterdam council of mayor and aldermen will continue to drive the current hybrid BMWs. The lease of new Audi electric SUVs is being shelved.

Utrecht sewage treatment plant is taking measures because of bad smells

The stench around the sewage treatment plant on Brailledreef in Utrecht's Overvecht district may soon be a thing of the past. This is because odor-limiting measures have been taken.

Barneveld church allows more than thirty visitors to attend Sunday services

The Gereformeerde Gemeente Barneveld-Centrum will allow more than thirty visitors during the Sunday service on Sunday. This despite advice from the government to limit the number of visitors to thirty.

Constitutional law expert: prime minister can hardly prohibit the king’s vacation

Should Prime Minister Rutte have put a stop to the holiday of the king and his family? According to constitutional law expert Jerfi Uzman, this is difficult. The prime minister cannot forbid King Willem-Alexander, at most strongly discourage it. If the king does go anyway, there is a risk of a constitutional crisis: an insoluble conflict between Rutte and the king.

Amsterdam catering industry angry and tired: “The frustration is enormous”

A lockdown for the catering industry. The latest measures of the cabinet in the fight against corona have severely affected. "Then lock up the whole country."

The Netherlands now also wants a strict approach to tech giants: ‘Breaking up is a possibility’

The Netherlands is joining forces with France to tackle tech giants with a lot of power. The two countries are joining forces to introduce stricter rules at European level.

They may remain open, but the hotels also close their doors

They may remain open, but many Amsterdam hotels are considering closing their doors again. "This hurts, is emotionally and economically insecure."

Rapid breathalyzer can potentially relieve pressure on corona test streets

The pressure on test streets could soon be relieved by a lightning-fast breath test by the Leiden company Breathomix. In recent weeks, the device has been running on an Amsterdam test street and the first results are positive, the Leiden University Medical Center (LUMC) confirms Wednesday to NU.nl after a report by the Volkskrant.

The housing market does not take much notice of the corona crisis: prices continue to rise

Despite the corona crisis, the housing market is running at full speed. It has been more than twenty years since house prices rose so fast in a year. Real estate agency NVM reports this on Thursday based on sales in July, August and September.
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Long-term pin outage stores Albert Heijn, Etos and Gall & Gall past

All stores of Albert Heijn, Etos and Gall & Gall had to contend with a pin failure since early morning on Friday, a spokesperson confirms to NU.nl when asked. The malfunction was not resolved until the beginning of the afternoon.

Lawsuit in Breda: bus driver abused because of duty to mask or not?

It could have been a firm legal statement against violence in public transport. But the case against the suspect of assaulting a bus driver, because he did not wear a mouth mask, will take some time.

Amsterdam cult leader is suspected of rape and child abuse

In Goch, Germany, an Amsterdammer was arrested on Wednesday, who founded the sect Order of Transformants. The man is suspected of ten cases of sexual abuse of children in Hoeven in Brabant, two rapes in Goch, deprivation of liberty and the physical injury of another cult member.