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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.

Face masks will soon be mandatory in shops and schools

On Tuesday evening, the cabinet announced a national duty of masking in public indoor spaces. In areas such as schools, shops, museums, airports, cafes and restaurants, wearing a non-medical mouth mask will soon be mandatory for all Dutch people over thirteen years of age.

Celebrating Rutte dons a fine dress about corona policy: “Not everything went well”

Prime Minister Rutte accounted for his corona policy in the Lower House on Wednesday evening: "Not everything went well".

Two Twente hospitals are only admitting corona patients

The Twente Hospital Group (ZGT) is currently only admitting corona patients in the hospitals in Almelo and Hengelo. The organization is introducing a 'temporary, general admission stop' for people with other conditions.

Inspection: Tbs system crashes due to staff shortage and too large influx

The TBS system is under great pressure, according to the Justice and Security Inspectorate in a report published Wednesday. Institutions are in danger of losing control of the treatments without additional investment in, among other things, more personnel.

Chamber chairman Arib: Protests before the House of Representatives are intimidating

The ongoing protests before the Lower House are "very intimidating" for parliamentarians and MPs, says President of the Lower House Khadija Arib. She asked the mayor of The Hague Jan van Zanen in a letter on Friday "with a view to safety" to spread the protests more over the city.

Despite working from home, the road is almost as busy as last month

Prime Minister Rutte's urgent advice to start working from home en masse has not yet been successful. The road is hardly less busy than a few weeks ago.

‘Cabinet is leaning towards stricter measures for amateur sports and public transport’

The cabinet is leaning towards stricter measures for public transport, amateur sports and possibly also the catering industry, according to NOS and RTL Nieuws on Monday, based on sources from The Hague. The cabinet consulted on Sunday in the Catshuis with its most important advisers about the developments surrounding the corona virus. Another press conference between Prime Minister Mark Rutte and Minister Hugo de Jonge (Public Health) is expected to take place on Tuesday evening.

The end-of-year sale starts early this year

The battle for away, Sinterklaas and Christmas sales starts extra early this year. Amazon is holding a gigantic sale through its Dutch web store next week with its Prime Day promotion. Experts expect that competitors such as Bol.com and Coolblue will also stunt earlier with discounts.
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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.