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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.

Maxim Hartman, infected with corona, lashes out at Lange Frans

Maxim Hartman shares bad news on his Instagram. The 57-year-old presenter has been tested positive for the corona virus. He says that he is doing well under the circumstances and immediately grabs the opportunity to chase Lange Frans.

David Guetta for more than twelve years in the Dutch Top 40: ‘Very proud’

David Guetta has been listed in the Dutch Top 40 for longer than any artist, Eva Jinek told the producer and DJ on Monday in the talk show Jinek. With a total of 629 weeks, more than twelve years ago, the Frenchman beats Rihanna, The Rolling Stones, Armin van Buuren and Madonna, among others.

Anouk Hoogendijk gave birth to a son and shares the first photo

Anouk Hoogendijk (35) is currently floating on a pink cloud, or perhaps a blue cloud. Because she became the mother of her son: Sonny Otto Verhoeven.

Culinary journalist Janneke Vreugdenhil: “We have rediscovered our own kitchen”

Four years after the great success "Solo Food", in which she coped with her divorce, culinary journalist Janneke Vreugdenhil (52) has found happiness again and has published a new book. She hopes that "The Bible of Dutch Cuisine" will become a standard work. "Everyone said after each other: The Netherlands has no food culture."

Geraldine Kemper: ‘Not pointing a finger at victims of sexual violence’

Geraldine Kemper believes that as a society we should learn to respond differently to victims of sexual violence. The presenter came to that conclusion during the making of the Geraldine en de Vrouwen program. The wrong questions are often asked about sexual violence, she says in conversation with NU.nl.

Rob Dekay about new album: ‘Finally in the Eredivisie, there is no playing’

Rob Dekay introduces himself with his new album Aangenaam to everyone who was not yet familiar with his music, but is familiar with him. At the beginning of this year the musician turned out to be the mole in Wie is de Mol? and hopes people will now get to know him better.

Karen Damen in tears after unmasking Kathleen in Masked Singer

The three original members of K3 have seen each other again after years. Karen, Kristel and Kathleen were able to embrace each other again after Kathleen had participated in the Flemish version of 'The Masked Singer'.

Beau van Erven Dorens makes a statement with chest hair photo

Beau's B now stands for Borsthaar, because the presenter has shared a political yet funny message. Especially for the wax in-wax out purists. Through his Instagram Beau shows up in his own way for what he stands for: chest hair in men, that is.
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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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