Home Top Stories

Top Stories

- Advertisement -

Most Commented

‘Sinterklaas spends more this year and avoids the shopping street’

Sinterklaas is in a generous mood this year and spends an average of 84 euros on gifts. Many Sinterklaas have listened to the call of mayors and avoided the shopping streets. More than half of the presents have been purchased online and that is the first time, ING's Economics Department reports Friday.

Prime Minister Rutte does not count on an extension of the Christmas holiday

Prime Minister Rutte currently thinks that it makes no sense to extend the Christmas holidays by a week for the schools. "Now I would say that this measure has no dramatic effect. I do not expect the schools to close longer." The prime minister does have a reservation: "We will decide in the coming days. It could be different next week."

The Battle of the Scheldt has its premiere in all the halls of Vlissingen cinema

The war epos The Battle of the Scheldt will premiere in a unique way in Vlissingen on 14 December. CineCity will then be the first cinema in the Netherlands to show the film in all theaters throughout the day.

André Hazes about friendship Dries Roelvink: ‘He is really a father figure’

André Hazes sees colleague Dries Roelvink as a father figure, he tells De Telegraaf on Friday. De Leef singer says that he is regularly supported by his friend and colleague.

Police raid train, Utrecht Centraal evacuated

Utrecht Central Station is currently being evacuated. Police report that "a person on a train made troubling statements." An arrest team then raided the train in question. Photos circulating on social media show heavily armed agents.

‘No European Championship in Amsterdam, UEFA wants to play a tournament in one country’

UEFA probably wants to organize the European Football Championship next summer in one country. Due to the 60th anniversary, the tournament would be played in 12 countries.

Overslept? ‘Getting up early remains a drama, it’s terrible’

Radio DJ Giel Beelen has some difficulty getting to his own radio show on NPO Radio 2 on time. He did not show up last night, and last Friday it was hit because he overslept. How can you ensure that you don't oversleep, especially now that winter has just started?

Majority of the House of Representatives ‘accidentally’ votes for a higher salary for healthcare

A majority in the House of Representatives wants a substantial structural increase in the salaries of healthcare workers. A motion by PVV leader Geert Wilders got 69 MPs behind him in a roll call vote; while 67 MPs voted against. ChristenUnie Member of Parliament Stieneke van der Graaf accidentally voted in favor of the motion, while she should have voted against.

Rutte only wants to look at possible stricter measures later this week

The cabinet only wants to look later this week at possibly stricter measures that should reduce the number of corona infections. Prime Minister Mark Rutte said this during a brief press moment on Tuesday evening. He says it is too early to "step on the brakes" and it is too early to "draw conclusions from the partial lockdown".

Orange women without an unfit Miedema in European Championship qualifying match with Kosovo

The Orange women appear on Tuesday without Vivianne Miedema at the kick-off in the European Championship qualifying match with Kosovo. The Arsenal striker is insufficiently fit to take action for ninety minutes and therefore starts on the bench.

Direct train connection Amsterdam and London starts with almost empty trains

The time has finally come, from Monday there will be a direct train connection between Amsterdam and London, where previously travelers always had to get off in Brussels. The trains will be empty, as negative travel advice applies to the other side on both sides of the canal.

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?
- Advertisement -

Editor Picks

‘Sinterklaas spends more this year and avoids the shopping street’

Sinterklaas is in a generous mood this year and spends an average of 84 euros on gifts. Many Sinterklaas have listened to the call of mayors and avoided the shopping streets. More than half of the presents have been purchased online and that is the first time, ING's Economics Department reports Friday.

Prime Minister Rutte does not count on an extension of the Christmas holiday

Prime Minister Rutte currently thinks that it makes no sense to extend the Christmas holidays by a week for the schools. "Now I would say that this measure has no dramatic effect. I do not expect the schools to close longer." The prime minister does have a reservation: "We will decide in the coming days. It could be different next week."

The Battle of the Scheldt has its premiere in all the halls of Vlissingen cinema

The war epos The Battle of the Scheldt will premiere in a unique way in Vlissingen on 14 December. CineCity will then be the first cinema in the Netherlands to show the film in all theaters throughout the day.