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Professor Doerak delivers the purr-fect message of love

The University of Groningen in the Netherlands has a post-graduate cat named Professor Doerak strolling through its campus grounds.

Dutch are back on track, says Wijnaldum

2-goal hero takes Netherlands closer to Euro 2020.

Poland, Russia reach Euro 2020 as Germany, Netherlands close in

Poland and Russia join Belgium and Italy as teams heading to next year’s tournament.

Dutch leave it late to defeat Northern Ireland

Memphis Depay’s double steers Netherlands towards victory.

Netherlands, Australia ‘won’t rest’ until MH17 victims get justice

Nations pursuing criminal prosecutions for those responsible for downing Malaysia Airlines flight.

Solskjaer pleased with Alkmaar draw on awful artificial pitch

The draw left United level on 4 points in Group L with Partizan Belgrade.

EU loses big Starbucks tax case

Coffee chain Starbucks will not need to pay up to €30 million in back taxes to the Netherlands.

Belgium, Netherlands hit 4 as Germany edge closer to Euros

Belgium were not at their best but still had little trouble putting away Scotland.

Netherlands wants Ukraine not to hand over MH17 suspect to Russia

Netherlands has contacted Ukraine ‘several times and at the very highest level’ in an effort to prevent the handover of Vladimir Tsemakh to Russia.

Netherlands shock Germany in topsy-turvy 4-2 win

Goals from Frenkie De Jong, Donyell Malen and Georginio Wijnaldum ended the unbeaten record of Joachim Low's men in Group C.

Dutch concerned by Ukrainian MH17 suspect’s release

Dutch investigators are concerned that they are going to have a hard time to question Vladimir Tsemakh now that he is out on bail.

Germany shrug off Sane absence ahead of Dutch derby

Germany insist they will be just fine without Leroy Sane.

Dutch families join ‘people’s farm’ to counter climate change

The farm is owned and run by a cooperative of hundreds of local consumers and aims to change habits in a low-lying country engaged in an existential fight against climate change.

Uber created a US$6.1 bil Dutch weapon to avoid paying taxes

The US$6.1 billion deduction came through an increase in the value of intellectual property that Uber transferred between its offshore subsidiaries.

Ajax held by PAOK in Champions League third qualifying round

Last season’s semi-finalists Ajax needed to come from behind to draw away from home.

Burqa ban enforced in the Netherlands

Both Amnesty International and the Dutch Council of State have come out against the ban, saying that it restricts religious freedom.

Inspired by Cruyff, De Jong keen to make mark at Barca

Frenkie de Jong wants to write his own story at Barca.

Fishing for plastic on Amsterdam’s eco-friendly canal cruises

With eco-tourism booming around the world, the canal cruises run by the Dutch group Plastic Whale are reeling in big business.

De Ligt: I had my mind made up before Ronaldo chat

New Juve coach Maurizio Sarri is what made de Ligt choose Juventus.

De Ligt joins Juventus for €75 mil

De Ligt becomes Juventus’ third most expensive signing in the club’s history.

No word on extradition of MH17 suspects, says Russian envoy

Netherlands government unlikely to make an extradition request through the embassy, says ambassador.

New York showers confetti, love on US women’s football team

Women's football in America creates history as viewers tuned in to watch the US team play against Netherlands in the World Cup.

USWNT to be honoured with New York parade

The United States women’s national team will be honoured with a parade in New York City.

Investment the key for future Dutch success, says World Cup coach

The future of the Netherlands women's football team looks bright – as long as investment continues in the game.