Amsterdam is trying to limit New Year's Eve fireworks to official events, but isn't expecting full compliance.
If pigs had wings... Well, they don't, but geese do, and Amsterdam's airport is using pigs to chase the geese from runways.
Safety experts in the Netherlands are re-examining bicycle safety based on including ambulance and hospital figures, not only police reports.
Dutch researchers are cited for work in understanding how people move in crowds without collisions.
Thieves have been stealing these specialty highway signs at an alarming rate.
Accidental discovery of a 17th century Dutch trading ship is yielding new information about shipping and shipbuilding.
A rare textile find from 800 BC casts a colorful new light on the ancient world.
A system that lets concerned passengers quietly message Netherlands rail operator NS will become permanent
Hats off to the top producers, shippers and drinkers of the world's beers!
The Netherlands recognizes the role of 'pirate' and alternate culture in preserving Dutch music that's out of the mainstream.
An experimental solar path is generating power for 40 homes as well as a new safe lane for riders.
The Golden Coach, whose pro-colonial artwork and depiction of slavery have brought controversy will feature in a new museum exhibition.
The Rijksmuseum has a new exhibition that links Dutch society to the role slavery played in its development and wealth through a series of individual stories.
A temporary bridge makes an epic journey through Rotterdam's waterways to its assignment to stand in for a bridge under repair.
Amsterdam's top art museum has taken a little detour into natural history with the arrival of new residents.