A shortage of public WCs, especially for women and people with disabilities continues to be an issue in Amsterdam.
Lufthansa gets approval for a bailout, with conditions attached.
Four hundred years after the journey that ended on Plymouth Rock, a Dutch city remembers its part in the historic voyage.
Check out the Rijksmuseum's new super-hi-res photo image of one of the world's most famous paintings.
Amsterdam's war on what it considers excess tourism impact takes a new twist with licensed short-term rentals with a ban in the city center.
Amsterdam's struggle against over-tourism gets a final OK from the country's courts.
The flowers that bloom in the Spring, tra-la, will have to do without live visitors this year, but videos are available.
Storks can be obstinate, as Dutch rail operators find them unwilling to get out of the way of train service.
Marilyn visits the Dutch island that is one of the ABC islands in the Caribbean.
Plans are proposed to keep the city's increasing rainfall from drowning it by slowing down the rate at which it's released into ground and canals.
Amsterdam's alternate airport at Lelystad is ready for flights, but legal issues over what flights should use it are continuing.
Under Dutch law, middlement can't charge both sides of a transaction; a disputed court ruling orders Airbnb to refund fees paid by renters.
A bicycle bridge connecting a town to a recreation area may also provide special services for bats.
A long-missing cultural treasure is returned to Ethiopia by an Ethiopian refugee in Rotterdam who held on to it for twenty years.
Amsterdam would like fewer visitors, especially those who come for the weed and red light tourism.