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Very cozy: the royal couple already has a Christmas tree at home

With a horror year like 2020, people yearn for fun. Anyone walking down the street will already see the Christmas decorations hanging at many houses and our royal couple can also dust the Christmas balls. The tree has already been delivered to Noordeinde Palace.

Aegon sells activities in Central and Eastern Europe for 830 million euros

Insurer Aegon has sold its Central and Eastern European branch to Austrian industry peer Vienna Insurance Group (VIG), the insurer reports Sunday. This concerns insurance, pension and asset management in Hungary, Poland, Romania and Turkey. VIG pays 830 million euros for this.

Feyenoord escapes defeat at home against FC Utrecht

Feyenoord escaped the first defeat of the season in the Eredivisie on Sunday. The team of trainer Dick Advocaat played a 1-1 draw in De Kuip against the stronger FC Utrecht.

Petition against ‘exploitation of employees by Amazon’

Amazon must stop exploiting employees and do more corporate social responsibility. Trade unions worldwide are asking parliamentarians to sign the #makeamazonpay petition.

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.

Exotic leaf flea released in the Netherlands to combat invasive plants

Biologists have released an exotic leaf flea at three locations in the Netherlands to see if it can help combat the invasive Japanese knotweed. The University of Leiden reports this on Thursday.

Hema takeover in sight: Jumbo family Van Eerd and Parcom conclude conditional deal with bondholders

Jumbo family Van Eerd and investment company Parcom have reached an agreement in principle about the takeover of Hema. The two together pay an amount between 434 and 466 million euros. They are given eight weeks in which they are the only ones allowed to negotiate the purchase.

Amsterdam Dance Event now goes online all year round

Covid-19 messed up the plans of the two new directors of Amsterdam Dance Event. With a digital platform for electronic music, they are now making a virtue of necessity.

“Conscription” now also for girls

More than a hundred thousand 17-year-old girls have received a letter stating that they are registered for military service. Previously, only boys received that letter.

OM looks at possible link of old rape case with Jos B.

The Public Prosecution Service in Limburg is reviewing a 1990 rape report. This concerns the rape of a 13-year-old boy in Nuth. Justice is investigating whether this has to do with Jos B., suspected of kidnapping, sexually assaulting and killing 11-year-old Nicky Verstappen in 1998.

‘Lil’ Kleine involved in assault in Amsterdam club in 2019 ‘

Lil 'Kleine would have been involved in assault in Amsterdam at the end of 2019, the AD reports on Friday based on a police report and WhatsApp conversations.

Male infected with West Nile virus, first established infection in the Netherlands

A man was infected with the West Nile virus last week. The man has not recently been abroad and has contracted the virus "possibly in the Utrecht region through a mosquito bite", the National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM) reports Thursday. It is the first time that the virus has been found in a person who contracted it in the Netherlands.
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Very cozy: the royal couple already has a Christmas tree at home

With a horror year like 2020, people yearn for fun. Anyone walking down the street will already see the Christmas decorations hanging at many houses and our royal couple can also dust the Christmas balls. The tree has already been delivered to Noordeinde Palace.

Aegon sells activities in Central and Eastern Europe for 830 million euros

Insurer Aegon has sold its Central and Eastern European branch to Austrian industry peer Vienna Insurance Group (VIG), the insurer reports Sunday. This concerns insurance, pension and asset management in Hungary, Poland, Romania and Turkey. VIG pays 830 million euros for this.

Feyenoord escapes defeat at home against FC Utrecht

Feyenoord escaped the first defeat of the season in the Eredivisie on Sunday. The team of trainer Dick Advocaat played a 1-1 draw in De Kuip against the stronger FC Utrecht.