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Record number of infections, but cabinet is still waiting: “Too early to see effect lockdown”

Despite the record number of infections, the cabinet is not yet taking any new measures against the corona virus. There will be an alcohol clock for hotels to combat confusion and abuse.

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.

New corona test gives results within an hour, test streets start experimenting with priority for educators and healthcare personnel

Corona test streets may soon receive a "fast lane", for people who receive priority because they, for example, teach or work in healthcare. This is what researchers expect from TNO, who, together with the GGD Amsterdam and RIVM, have developed a test that gives results within an hour.

Amsterdam supports winter terraces, but are they heated?

There is political support from left to right to allow Amsterdam catering entrepreneurs to benefit longer from larger terraces. But under what conditions drinks may be held this winter remains the question for the time being.

Additional measures may be taken on Friday in Amsterdam and Rotterdam

Additional measures will be announced on Friday for regions where the number of corona infections is rising rapidly.

And, what did the Prinsjesdaggoers wear? Fifty shades of yellow

It would be a modest Prinsjesdag, in terms of clothing and hats. Fortunately, it was not too bad and it turned out to be a colorful party with pink fascinators, a turquoise bucket hat, yellow ocher ruffles and bright yellow ties.

Unemployment slightly up, but less than previous months

Unemployment rose less sharply in August than in the previous months, the Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS) reports Thursday. Last month, 426,000 people were unemployed in the Netherlands. That amounts to 4.6 percent of the working population. The UWV registered a total of 292,000 current unemployment benefits at the end of August.

Closed coffee shop Terneuzen has to pay 11 million euros to the State

A now closed coffee shop in Terneuzen and the then director have to pay 11 million euros to the State due to a conviction for trade in soft drugs. The Court of Appeal of The Hague decided this on Wednesday.

After Intertoys, British Egyptian vulture Alteri now has HEMA in its sights

Department store HEMA is in danger of falling into the hands of the British vulture investor Alteri. It earns money from faltering retail chains, even if this is at the expense of tough restructuring and mass layoffs. Such as with the Dutch Intertoys, which went bankrupt under the British.

Net wages will rise by a few tens a month next year

The salary that is paid into your account every month will be a bit higher for many people next year. The net wages of employees with an average income will increase by about 45 euros next year.
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Record number of infections, but cabinet is still waiting: “Too early to see effect lockdown”

Despite the record number of infections, the cabinet is not yet taking any new measures against the corona virus. There will be an alcohol clock for hotels to combat confusion and abuse.

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.