The Netherlands' famed flower display finds itself racing climate change to meet its commitment to visitors.
Join PHeymont for a look at one of Amsterdam's trendiest neighborhoods and its not-so-trendy history.
New Years Day plunges into cold water seem to have rooted themselves especially deeply in the Netherlands.
The Dutch are running out of bicycle parking space. More people are commuting that way, and more are hauling kids and cargo.
After a series of explosive attacks on ATMs, they will close for the night to frustrate thieves.
Amsterdam's airport, beset by heavy traffic, hopes to get some relief from a subway extension to the airport.
A dispute over contracts for electronic ads in Dutch rail stations has left the lucrative signs blank after a court order voided previous contracts.
A load of horses in the cargo hold forces a plane to return to Europe rather than use an alternate airport in the Americas; the horses lacked proper papers.
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.