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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.

The hotly criticized corona law has changed dramatically. This is what it says

After nearly half a year of debates, the House of Representatives will finally debate the corona law on Wednesday and Thursday. That law became the target of politicians, lawyers and even protesters from the minute. Does the House now agree?

There was nothing guitar legend Eddie Van Halen (1955-2020) couldn’t play

Born in the Netherlands, formed in the United States; Eddie Van Halen, who died at the age of 65, was a rock god who never completely lost his connection with his native country.

Is the BIK a job saver or a “gift for business”? The Council of State is extremely critical

The Council of State is extremely critical of the Bill of Job-related Investment Discount.

Rutte about reflection day corona: ‘sometimes tears come to my eyes’

Prime Minister Mark Rutte occasionally experienced emotional moments on Tuesday during the national reflection day around the corona virus. He told this on Tuesday evening in conversation with NU.nl, after he and Minister Hugo de Jonge (Public Health) had spoken in the Brabanthallen in Den Bosch with people who have been affected by the corona virus in several ways.

UWV draws up the bill for the emergency support: “Something will probably slip away”

From Wednesday, companies that have used wage support (NOW) can report their final loss of turnover to the UWV, which calculates whether they have received too much (or too little) subsidy.

Three suspects arrested for botched liquidation that cost the pizzeria owner’s life

Police have arrested three "mockers" for observing the Montenegrin criminal Jovan Durovic in 2019 so that he could be liquidated in a pizzeria on Hugo de Grootplein. Durovic survived gunshot wounds to the abdomen on October 23, 2019, but restaurant owner Goran Savic was killed.

Some starters reschedule the transfer of a house, but the notary remains busy

Some of the starters in the housing market are resisting the transfer of their new home to next year, a spokesperson for the Royal Notarial Association (KNB) told NU.nl on Monday. This allows them to save thousands of euros in transfer tax.

Childcare too expensive? That way you are cheaper

Leaving your children in good hands and going to work yourself: that costs money. But how much, that differs per type of childcare. Do you bring your child to grandparents, do you negotiate about diapers and fruit snacks, do you enter into a 'service provision' or do you opt for the parent participation crèche? NU.nl lists the options.
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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.