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Groningen gas tap will continue to close: a maximum of 8.1 billion cubic meters in the coming year

The gas tap in Groningen will be closed further next year to a maximum of 8.1 billion cubic meters, Minister Eric Wiebes (Economic Affairs and Climate) reports Monday. That is 1.2 billion cubic meters less than was reported in mid-June.

The Dutch retail umbrella organization will stop at the end of this year

Detailhandel Nederland will stop on December 31, 2020, the trade association announced Monday afternoon.

It was vintage Sunday with Lubach: “Only together we get corona”

Han Lips writes about what he noticed on TV every day. Today: Sunday with Lubach.

Groningen mayor writes a letter because of infections among students

Mayor Koen Schuiling of Groningen wrote a letter to students in Groningen on Monday, because of the increase in the number of infections among young people.

Police remove blockade of Extinction Rebellion from busy road in Amsterdam

The police have started to take away protesters from activist group Extinction Rebellion who block the busy Europaboulevard in Amsterdam on Monday morning. After the 250 or so protesters failed to respond to a repeated call to leave, police took action to remove them.
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Groningen gas tap will continue to close: a maximum of 8.1 billion cubic meters in the coming year

The gas tap in Groningen will be closed further next year to a maximum of 8.1 billion cubic meters, Minister Eric Wiebes (Economic Affairs and Climate) reports Monday. That is 1.2 billion cubic meters less than was reported in mid-June.

The Dutch retail umbrella organization will stop at the end of this year

Detailhandel Nederland will stop on December 31, 2020, the trade association announced Monday afternoon.

It was vintage Sunday with Lubach: “Only together we get corona”

Han Lips writes about what he noticed on TV every day. Today: Sunday with Lubach.

Groningen mayor writes a letter because of infections among students

Mayor Koen Schuiling of Groningen wrote a letter to students in Groningen on Monday, because of the increase in the number of infections among young people.
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Groningen gas tap will continue to close: a maximum of 8.1 billion cubic meters in the coming year

The gas tap in Groningen will be closed further next year to a maximum of 8.1 billion cubic meters, Minister Eric Wiebes (Economic Affairs and Climate) reports Monday. That is 1.2 billion cubic meters less than was reported in mid-June.

The Dutch retail umbrella organization will stop at the end of this year

Detailhandel Nederland will stop on December 31, 2020, the trade association announced Monday afternoon.

It was vintage Sunday with Lubach: “Only together we get corona”

Han Lips writes about what he noticed on TV every day. Today: Sunday with Lubach.
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