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Why does the Netherlands have such a serious worker shortage?
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LinkedIn: These are the 15 best employers in the Netherlands in 2024
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What you need to know about Dutch housing prices in 2024
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Dutch trains to stop on April 20 in protest of abuse towards NS staff
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Your guide to understanding financial jargon and the market
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Strong winds, storms and hail cancel Dutch flights and high-speed trains
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Amsterdam public transport will be free for children until 2025
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What is a provisional assessment and what are its pros and cons?
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Lyrids meteor shower to be visible over the Netherlands from April 16 to 25
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FEBO opens new shop at Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport
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Dealing with micro-stressors when moving to a new country
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These are the richest people in the Netherlands in 2024
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Four Dutch cities named among the EU’s 10 most expensive to rent in
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Dutch municipalities want facial scans to be done for identity documents
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Tokenisation: How to digitalise your Dutch company
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The ins and outs of Dutch culture: Your guide to integration
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Number of Dutch freelancers rose by 85 percent in a decade
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Regina Coeli: Learn Dutch with the Nuns of Vught
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Job interviews in the Netherlands: A guide for internationals
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Experts: If everyone lived like the Dutch, we would need four Earths
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Richest and poorest Dutch people are mixing less
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EU driving tests will soon include the Dutch Reach
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Dutch homes are selling faster than viewings can be scheduled
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Parts of the Netherlands could reach 24 degrees celsius this weekend
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ING: Open an account with the go-to bank of the Netherlands
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Learn Dutch by singing along to this year's Eurovision entry
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The best April Fools’ from Dutch companies in 2024
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Never filed US taxes in the Netherlands: What you need to know
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Hague Gemenete

Go Around the World in a Day<br>The Hague will celebrate the city’s diversity during Wereldreis door eigen stad (Around the World in a Day) on Saturday, 23 March. There will be all kinds of different activities.
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Route of Tour de France Femmes announced<br>On 12 August 2024 the cyclists in the Tour de France Femmes will ride from the Escamplaan via 4 city districts to the finish in Kijkduin.
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Help out with the Clean-up Days 2024<br>Do you have old items you would like to get rid of? Turn them in for free during the clean-up days (opruimdagen).
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Opening hours of the municipality during the holidays<br>The municipality is closed on 31 March and 1 April (Easter), 27 April (King's Day), 5 May (Liberation Day), 9 May (Ascension Day) and 19 and 20 May (Pentecost).
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Subsidy expanded for rain barrel and green roof<br>The subsidy for a rain barrel and a 'green roof' has been expanded from 10 to 26 neighbourhoods. The measure helps to limit flooding.
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Seagull nuisance: pick up free yellow garbage bags<br>Is your household rubbish collected in garbage bags? Use the extra strong yellow garbage bags. You can pick up these garbage bags for free.
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Your plan for Leidschenveen could get money<br>The municipality is making € 40,000 available to improve neighbourhood culture and encounters in Leidschenveen. Submit your plan by 28 March 2024.
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Municipality wants to make it easier to discuss suicide<br>The municipality will place small plaques on benches in every city district. The idea is to make it easier to start a conversation with somebody about suicide.
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Voting from abroad for the European Parliament elections<br>The Netherlands will vote for the European Parliament elections on 6 June 2024. Dutch citizens living abroad can also vote. But they must be registered as a voter with the Municipality of The Hague.
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