2018: Netherlands

  1. 2017 safest year on record for air travel: groups (The Sydney Morning Herald)2018-01-01
  2. Leusden Journal: Afraid of Falling? For Older Adults, the Dutch Have a Cure (New York Times)2018-01-02
  3. Circular runways: Engineer wants to use design for drones (BBC)2018-01-07
  4. Whanganui judoka Keightley Watson takes on the big guns in Holland (The New Zealand Herald)2018-01-09
  5. Rising Great Lakes water levels keep Michigan companies busy (The New Zealand Herald)2018-01-15
  6. Illegitimate son battles his way into Dutch royal family (The Sydney Morning Herald)2018-01-15
  7. Fire rips through maritime museum in Indonesian capital (Washington Post)2018-01-16
  8. Fire rips through maritime museum in Indonesian capital (The New Zealand Herald)2018-01-16
  9. 2 newly confirmed van Gogh drawings on show in Netherlands (The New Zealand Herald)2018-01-16
  10. Rare Van Gogh sketches go on public display for first time in 100 years (The Guardian)2018-01-17
  11. UK citizens ask Dutch court to protect post-Brexit EU rights (The New Zealand Herald)2018-01-17
  12. #FBPE: what is the pro-EU hashtag spreading across social media? (The Guardian)2018-01-17
  13. The new ambassador to The Hague might be Dutch American, but he’s not like anyone the Dutch ever met (Washington Post)2018-01-18
  14. Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport suspends all flights; Dutch rail service halts all trains because of strong winds (Washington Post)2018-01-18
  15. Amsterdam's Schiphol Airport suspends all flights; Dutch rail service halts all trains because of strong winds (The New Zealand Herald)2018-01-18
  16. Dutch police: At least 2 dead as result of storm lashing the Netherlands (The New Zealand Herald)2018-01-18
  17. Deadly storm causes Dutch and German transport chaos (BBC)2018-01-18
  18. Decapitated, bloodstained doll left at Amsterdam mosque (Al-Jazeera)2018-01-19
  19. Wicked-strong storm beats the Netherlands with 90 mph wind gusts (Washington Post)2018-01-19
  20. Brighton sign Jurgen Locadia from PSV for club record fee (BBC)2018-01-19
  21. Hugo KlynstraThe new Dutch royal knows how to make a name for himself| Rebecca Nicholson (The Guardian)2018-01-21
  22. Gas field earthquakes put Netherlands’ biggest firms on extraction notice (The Guardian)2018-01-23
  23. Dutch museum row reopens uneasy debate about colonial legacy (The Guardian)2018-01-25
  24. Dutch call on Indonesia to investigate reports of mass graves and war wrecks (The Guardian)2018-01-26
  25. 'Dutch cheese heads' told to close Amsterdam shop (The Guardian)2018-01-26
  26. Manmade quakes force Dutch to face future without gas (The New Zealand Herald)2018-01-28
  27. The Hague Journal: When Animals Are at Risk, Special Netherlands Police Force Defends Them (New York Times)2018-01-29
  28. Meet the special pet police on patrol in the Netherlands (The Sydney Morning Herald)2018-01-30
  29. Dutch health care giant Philips announces net profit rise (The New Zealand Herald)2018-01-30
  30. Albert Tipping obituary (The Guardian)2018-01-30
  31. Dutch safety watchdog urges improved nuclear cooperation (Washington Post)2018-01-31
  32. Dutch court convicts man of helping stepmother take her life (The New Zealand Herald)2018-01-31
  33. Dutch come up with new scheme for quake damage compensation (Washington Post)2018-01-31
  34. Dutch come up with new scheme for quake damage compensation (The New Zealand Herald)2018-01-31
  35. Dutch mining watchdog urges major cut in gas extraction (The New Zealand Herald)2018-02-01
  36. Shell doubles profits but faces multibillion-dollar Dutch quake bill (The Guardian)2018-02-01
  37. Dutch divided over law against insulting the king (The Guardian)2018-02-05
  38. Jarrod Bannister: Commonwealth Games javelin gold medallist dies (BBC)2018-02-09
  39. Museum: Painting thought to be copy is a genuine Jan Steen (The New Zealand Herald)2018-02-09
  40. Dutch heritage official sparks row over Belgium comments (The Guardian)2018-02-11
  41. Appalling truth about Amsterdam's red light district (The New Zealand Herald)2018-02-11
  42. Dutch foreign minister admits lying about meeting with Putin (The New Zealand Herald)2018-02-12
  43. Dutch foreign minister under fire for lying about Putin (The New Zealand Herald)2018-02-13
  44. Dutch foreign minister under fire for lying about Putin (Washington Post)2018-02-13
  45. Dutch foreign minister resigns after admitting lying about attending Putin meeting (The New Zealand Herald)2018-02-13
  46. Dutch foreign minister resigns after admitting lying about attending Putin meeting (Washington Post)2018-02-13
  47. Dutch OK law: Everyone is organ donor unless they opt out (The New Zealand Herald)2018-02-13
  48. Dutch OK law: Everyone is organ donor unless they opt out (Washington Post)2018-02-13
  49. Dutch law to make everyone organ donors unless they opt out (Washington Post)2018-02-14
  50. Ruud Lubbers, who served as Dutch prime minister from 1982 to 1994, dies at age 78 (The New Zealand Herald)2018-02-14
  51. Longest-serving Dutch premier, Ruud Lubbers, dies at age 78 (Washington Post)2018-02-14
  52. Ruud Lubbers, who served as Dutch prime minister from 1982 to 1994, dies at age 78 (Washington Post)2018-02-14
  53. Longest-serving Dutch premier, Ruud Lubbers, dies at age 78 (The New Zealand Herald)2018-02-14
  54. Dutch Parliament approves law to make everyone organ donors unless they opt out (The New Zealand Herald)2018-02-15
  55. Ruud Lubbers, long-serving Dutch prime minister who trimmed welfare state, dies at 78 (Washington Post)2018-02-15
  56. Specialist prosecutor for Kosovo court standing down (The New Zealand Herald)2018-02-15
  57. Surprise visit: Police warn alleged darknet drug buyers (Washington Post)2018-02-15
  58. Surprise visit: Police warn alleged darknet drug buyers (The New Zealand Herald)2018-02-15
  59. Dutch cow poo overload causes an environmental stink (The Guardian)2018-02-16
  60. Dozens of Dutch budget carrier's flights canceled, delayed (The New Zealand Herald)2018-02-19
  61. Ruud Lubbers obituary (The Guardian)2018-02-19
  62. Netherlands becoming a narco-state, warn Dutch police (The Guardian)2018-02-20
  63. Qualcomm raises bid for NXP to about $43.22B (The New Zealand Herald)2018-02-20
  64. Dutch prosecutors to decide on criminal tobacco case (The New Zealand Herald)2018-02-22
  65. Dutch prosecutors to decide on criminal tobacco case (Washington Post)2018-02-22
  66. Dutch prosecutors to decide on criminal tobacco case (Washington Post)2018-02-22
  67. Dutch fail in attempt to charge tobacco firms with attempted murder (The Guardian)2018-02-22
  68. Borgen envy: Dutch plot path to TV export success (The Guardian)2018-02-22
  69. Dutch lawmakers label massacre of Armenians as genocide (Washington Post)2018-02-22
  70. Dutch lawmakers label massacre of Armenians as genocide (The New Zealand Herald)2018-02-22
  71. Dutch parliament recognises 1915 Armenian massacre as genocide (The Sydney Morning Herald)2018-02-23
  72. Indonesia: cemetery dug up in search for bones of British and Dutch sailors (The Guardian)2018-02-27
  73. 'Living laboratories': the Dutch cities amassing data on oblivious residents (The Guardian)2018-03-01
  74. World Track Cycling: 'Enormous crash' affects Elinor Barker's omnium bid (BBC)2018-03-02
  75. GB's Mark Stewart wins men's points race bronze (BBC)2018-03-02
  76. Old and ill, the last male northern white rhino takes a walk (The Sydney Morning Herald)2018-03-04
  77. Heavy rains bring flooding to parts of Kenya (Al-Jazeera)2018-03-04
  78. Dutch intel agency: Volume, complexity of cyberattacks rises (The New Zealand Herald)2018-03-06
  79. Dutch intel agency: Volume, complexity of cyberattacks rises (Washington Post)2018-03-06
  80. High hopes: Dutch company launches flying car at Geneva show (The New Zealand Herald)2018-03-06
  81. Nature's pageantry on display during Dutch tulip season (The New Zealand Herald)2018-03-06
  82. Judges reject appeal for acquittal by Hariri plot suspect (The New Zealand Herald)2018-03-07
  83. Relatives of MH370 crash victims cling on to hope (Al-Jazeera)2018-03-08
  84. Dutch bank CEO's pay rise sparks outrage among lawmakers (The New Zealand Herald)2018-03-08
  85. Dutch bank CEO’s pay rise sparks outrage among lawmakers (Washington Post)2018-03-08
  86. Dutch prosecutors to investigate euthanasia cases after sharp rise (The Guardian)2018-03-12
  87. Norfolk snowy owl attracts Harry Potter fans and birdwatchers (BBC)2018-03-12
  88. Givenchy, French fashion icon, dies aged 91 (BBC)2018-03-12
  89. Hubert de Givenchy, creator of style icons, dies aged 91 (The Guardian)2018-03-12
  90. Artistic Director of Givenchy Clare Waight Keller says couturier de Hubert de Givenchy has died at age 91 (The New Zealand Herald)2018-03-12
  91. Cherry blossoms, tulips and lilacs: Flower festival time (The New Zealand Herald)2018-03-12
  92. French couturier Hubert de Givenchy dies at 91 (Washington Post)2018-03-12
  93. French fashion designer Hubert de Givenchy dies aged 91 (The Star)2018-03-12
  94. Palermo Journal: Not Just a Pretty Facade, Palermo’s Opera Is an Anti-Mafia Symbol (New York Times)2018-03-12
  95. French couturier Hubert de Givenchy dies at 91 (The New Zealand Herald)2018-03-12
  96. Hubert de Givenchy: the unrivalled master of the devastatingly chic look (The Guardian)2018-03-12
  97. Givenchy legacy: Hepburn's little black dress, and much more (The New Zealand Herald)2018-03-12
  98. Givenchy: His most famous designs, from Hepburn to Kardashian (BBC)2018-03-12
  99. Givenchy, who dressed Jackie Kennedy and Audrey Hepburn, dead at 91 (The Sydney Morning Herald)2018-03-12
  100. A Dutch company is building its second 'dementia village' (Washington Post)2018-03-16

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