A number of streets and canal sides in and around Rotterdam were flooded on Tuesday evening due to the autumn storm, website nu.nl reports.
More poor working families in Amsterdam are to benefit from council extras for people with very low incomes, the Volkskrant reports on Wednesday.
Half the residents of The Hague will be either overweight or lonely by 2020, according to new research by the city’s health board.
No extra inspections despite blanket bar and café smoking ban
Government inspectors will not carry out extra checks on Dutch bars and cafes despite the introduction of a total ban on smoking from Wednesday, the Telegraaf reports.
Dutch soldiers use Facebook to track down fake veterans
A group of Dutch army veterans have set up a special Facebook page to out people they say are pretending to have served in the Dutch armed forces.
Ajax struggle against Barcelona in Champions League tie
Amsterdam football club Ajax lost 3-1 away in their Champions League tie against Spanish side Barcelona on Wednesday evening.
3,000 chickens die in farm fire
Some 3,000 chickens have been killed in a fire at a farm in Udenhout in Noord-Brabant, not far from Tilburg.
Bad summer weather hits Heineken beer sales
Bad weather this summer led to Heineken selling less beer in Europe, the Dutch brewing group said in a trading update on Wednesday.
Four people still in hospital after monster truck crash
Four people who were injured when a monster truck ploughed into the crowd at a show in the small town of Haaksbergen remain in hospital, over three weeks after the incident.
Coastal provinces take action ahead of Tuesday night's storm
Winds of up to storm force nine are expected to batter coastal parts of the Netherlands on Tuesday evening, as the tail end of hurricane Gonzalo hits mainland Europe.
A hard line or drugs testing? MPs divided over ADE drug deaths
Politicians are calling for action following the death of three people in what is thought to be drug related incidents at this year’s Amsterdam Dance Event.
Scary clown Halloween poster angers parents
Some parents in Zoetermeer are calling on the local shopkeepers association to remove posters for a Halloween parade featuring a scary clown with an evil grin because he is frightening their children.
Nearly one in three Dutch secondary schools are going digital
Dutch secondary schools are switching to digital teaching aids and in three out of 10 schools, pupils work on a laptop or tablet in at least some lessons, Trouw reports on Tuesday.
More traffic jams in August
There was an increase in the number of traffic jams on the Dutch roads between May and the end of August, ending months of decline, transport minister Melanie Schultz has told parliament.
Consumers buy more clothes, household goods in August
Dutch consumers increased their spending by 1.5% in August this year, compared with the year earlier period, the national statistics office CBS said on Tuesday.
Paint maker AkzoNobel boosts profit 32% in third quarter
Paint and chemicals company AkzoNobel boosted its net profit by 32% in the third quarter of this year, compared with 2013.
Scheveningen's famous Kurhaus hotel in financial trouble
The Kurhaus hotel in Scheveningen, which first opened its doors in 1885, has asked for court protection from creditors after running up debts of over €8m, the NRC reports on Tuesday.
Organ trading takes place in the Netherlands: Erasmus researchers
At least two people in the Netherlands have admitted paying someone else for a donor kidney while others have travelled abroad for a commercial operation, the Volkskrant reports on Tuesday.
Dutch coach Guus Hiddink meets football bosses to discuss future
Dutch football coach Guus Hiddink and officials from the football association KNVB will meet today to discuss the poor performance of the Dutch team since Hiddink took over this summer.
Dutch deny mysterious submarine off Sweden is one of theirs
The Dutch defence ministry has denied a mysterious submarine spotted in difficulty off the coast of Sweden is Dutch.
Man and child in hospital after cargo bike ends up in canal
A man and child are seriously ill in hospital after their cargo bike ended up in a canal in Brabant, broadcaster Nos said on Monday.
Ministry to tackle asbestos removal fraud
Asbestos removal companies which lose their license as a result of fraud or breaches of safety regulations are free to apply for a new license and start another limited company without any sanctions whatsoever, Trouw writes on Monday
Rural Dutch council to abolish 80% of its local laws: RTL
The mayor in the rural Dutch district of Hollands Kroon wants abolish 80% of local laws, scrapping fines for public urination and leaving dog mess, RTL news said on Monday.
Heineken sends Sierra Leone workers on leave
The Heineken brewing group has sent workers at its Sierra Leone subsidiary on leave because of the Ebola epidemic.
SHV bids to buy animal feed group Nutreco
Animal and fish feed firm Nutreco is being taken over by Dutch conglomerate SHV, owned by the wealthy Fentener van Vlissingen family.
Dutch electronics giant Philips books third quarter loss
Dutch electronics giant Philips booked a €103m loss in the third quarter of this year, on turnover down marginally at €5.5bn.