Amsterdam is leading the country’s culinary renaissance with the opening of four new exciting restaurants.
Sorry, Miley Cyrus and Lady Gaga – lighting up a "suspicious cigarette" is not good PR – it marks you out as a daft tourist.
South African artist Ruan Hoffmann's recent residency at the Thami Mnyele Foundation in Amsterdam was an opportunity to get away, for a while.
Authorities in the Maastricht are striking back after some cafes staged an open revolt by selling marijuana to foreigners in defiance of a ban.
Almost 10 000 people have gathered outside Amsterdam's Rijksmuseum as Queen Beatrix declared the national museum open after a decade-long renovation.
Life has not been kind to the 'oldest window girls in Amsterdam', but the 70-year-old twins are enjoying their celebrity status.
Embracing a policy of "Do Tell," the Dutch military joined Amsterdam's annual Gay Pride parade for the first time.
Dutch ING Bank has asked its top 1 200 managers not to accept their bonuses for the year 2008.
Dutch gas company GasTerra said on Monday it is prepared to increase its gas deliveries by 10% to alleviate the ongoing gas crisis in Europe.
Amsterdam's reputation as a seething, hot-boxed bordello does the city a disservice.
Almost a fifth of Amsterdam's popular marijuana-selling coffee shops are to be closed because they are too close to schools.
Lloyd Gedye catches up with the Dutch muso who can't get enough of South Africa
Fertility doctors have developed a fitness test for embryos which they claim could substantially improve the chances of pregnancy.
Australian MotoGP world champion Casey Stoner romped to his second win in a week at the Dutch Grand Prix on Saturday,
Amsterdam's famed marijuana bars have weathered many challenges over the years, but now they face an unwelcome blast of fresh air.
Police across Europe have broken up an Iraqi-run network that smuggled illegal immigrants into the continent for fees of up to €12 000.
A treaty-verification body on Friday called on 12 nations, including Syria, Iraq and Israel, to join a landmark pact for destroying stockpiles of chemical weapons. The Hague-based Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons made the appeal ahead of a review conference next week.
"I am not a monster. I'm also not a God. In the best case I'm an angel," muses a doctor in a Dutch play about euthanasia, before delivering a lethal injection to an old friend, a cancer patient. The Good Death is playing to packed houses across The Netherlands, which became the first country to legalise euthanasia in 2002.
A 73-year-old Austrian who has confessed to locking his daughter in a windowless cellar for 24 years and fathering her seven children will appear before a judge on Tuesday. Investigators were searching the 60 square metre cellar beneath electrical engineer Josef Fritzl's two-storey home, Franz Prucher, head of security in Lower Austria said.
The Dutch Foreign Minister met ambassadors from Muslim countries on Monday to try to cool tempers over a film by a Dutch lawmaker critical of the Qur'an and ask for protection for Dutch citizens and property. Geert Wilders, leader of the anti-immigration Freedom Party, launched his short video on the internet on Thursday.