The Dutch government has just shelled out €200,000 for a new logo and marketing—and it wants to be called Netherlands, not Holland now.
Amsterdam is blowing bubbles: A test is using compressed air to help bring up plastic and other waste to keep the canals clean.
Amsterdam has been saving architectural ornaments from demolished buildings and is offering them free to builders who will re-use them.
Rail service is running again between the Hook of Holland ferry terminals and the world...but it's only a metro stop now.
A new plan in the fight over Schiphol airport slots is proposed by the transport minister: give priority based on economic effect.
Amsterdam says its big boost in tourism taxes isn't to cut down on visitor numbers, but it won't be unhappy if it has that effect.
Arrangements are finally in place for London-bound passengers to clear customs in Amsterdam and Rotterdam, making direct train service possible.
Cruising along the lower Rhine, PHeymont finds it a fascinating difference from some of the popular impressions of the river.
KLM is cancelling one of its five daily AMS-BRU flights. Despite the big fanfare, it's actually an experiment, but one with big possibilities.
Amsterdam turns over some of its tourism promotion space to help out a city in search of more visitors.
PHeymont visits a famous land of windmills site and learns about the history of the technology that keeps the Netherlands from becoming Submarinelands.
Getting short-haul flights down to a minimum, the airline hopes, will allow it to make better use of slots at capacity-limited Schiphol.
Scotland is backing a new ferry service that would connect it to Dutch ports instead of having to ship through England.
Utrecht is the champion, but bicycle facilities all over the Netherlands are being upgraded.
A new toilet intended as a research tool is tested at a Dutch music festival.