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Thousands of homeowners are being unfairly penalised by their banks for paying off their mortgages, according to the financial watchdog AFM.
The Netherlands must do all it can to make sure that the Brexit talks have as little impact as possible on Dutch citizens and trade, according to two MPs charged with reporting on the likely effect on behalf of the Dutch parliament.
Talks on forming a new government in the Netherlands continued on Tuesday with Edith Schippers, who has been charged with looking into a possible coalition, holding a second round of discussions with four parties.
The average resident of Amsterdam washes his hands with soap six times a day, brushes his teeth twice and takes a shower nearly every day, according to research published in the Parool over the weekend.
Children of new migrants and asylum seekers should be taught in their native languages as well as Dutch, according to new guidance to primary schools from the education ministry.
The Netherlands has risen to sixth place on the World Happiness Report 2017.
Prime minister Mark Rutte is looking to put together a ‘stable’ coalition of four parties following last week’s election.
As the dust settles on the election results, the Dutch papers have been looking to the future and pondering what sort of cabinet the Netherlands is likely to get.
Almost a quarter of Dutch nationals living abroad who voted in Wednesday’s election opted for the Liberal democratic party D66, according to figures released by The Hague voting district on Friday.
The total remuneration of the top executives of the largest Dutch bourse-listed companies rose by an average of 15% in 2016 compared to the previous year, the Financieele Dagblad reported on Friday.
Dutch and European governments should do more to protect the privacy of people watching smart TVs, according to a new research paper by privacy experts from the University of Amsterdam.
A beaming Mark Rutte features on the front page of all the Dutch papers on Thursday morning, with the exception of Trouw, which carries a dejected Lodewijk Asscher.
The leaders of the 13 parties elected to the Dutch 150 seat parliament met for the first time on Thursday afternoon.
The success of ‘Old Holland’ – Volendam, Marken and the Zaanse Schans – as a tourist overflow for Amsterdam has lead to holiday firms handing out rules for tourists so locals can live in peace, the Parool reports.
The new chairman of the FNV trade union federation, the biggest Dutch union grouping, has called on the next government to slash tax breaks for freelancers.