L1 News Show annual overview 2022: December

Almost two years ago, the lives of Wanda and Ivar Leurs from Venlo were destroyed in one fell swoop when they lost their daughter Shana in a fatal collision in Amsterdam.

At the hearing in Amsterdam, they would exercise their right to speak and give their daughter a voice and a face.

Although the nerves screamed through her throat, mother Wanda confided in the journalist Peter Beeker

LW:…was a person

The perpetrator, 21-year-old Mohamed L., was sentenced to six months in prison for driving Shana Leurs from Venlo to death.

25 Limburg farmers, who emit a lot of nitrogen, had themselves bought out of the province of Limburg.

This gives other Limburg farmers a better chance to maintain their business.

But it is not over, because in January a new buy-out scheme will be introduced, the details of which are not yet known.

LLTB chairman Thijs Rompelberg stated that there should be more clarity for farmers who want to continue.

LW: ..want to invest

The weed trial was postponed again. The cabinet expects that the experiment with the sale of legally grown hashish can only start in 2024.

Maastricht and Heerlen want to participate in the test, and the postponement is again a line through the bill, says

Mayor Roel Wever in Heerlen.

LW:…very interesting

Finding a taxi on New Year’s Day can be a problem.

More and more taxi companies chose not to drive during the turn of the year.

Owner Jan van Bommel of the taxi company of the same name from Venlo is closing for the first time in the company’s existence

LW: …not among them

The need is great in the Food Banks. In Limburg, the six food banks are overwhelmed by applications.

Even two-income households with an owner-occupied home are reporting because they can no longer pay for their daily purchases.

There were even crisis consultations in the food bank in Venlo, because the flow of people is only increasing, said Petra Dammeier from the food bank in Venlo.

LW:.. up up up and up

A devastating fire destroyed a sports complex in Sittard. The fire department had their hands full to prevent the fire from spreading.

Even the train traffic between Sittard and Heerlen was stopped for some time due to the development of smoke.

Owner Stefan Bierbauer, who went to the site to see what was left of his company

LW:..gym yes… yes.

A piano was placed in the great hall of the Laurentius Hospital. And anyone who wants to can play the instrument.

The piano was an heirloom from the Bloem family from Roermond, who donated the piano to the hospital after the mother’s death. Daughter Ingeborg Bloem.

LW:…my father.

It was the month of the World Cup in Qatar

The Netherlands fell in the quarter-finals against Argentina, but Morocco advanced to the semi-finals and it was undoubtedly a sensation.

A large group of Moroccans were therefore in Roermond to encourage their heroes against France.

It didn’t help, but the pride was no less, said chairman Chaïb Ramdani of the futsal team Tigers.

When asked if there were more signings for his club Tigers, he said the following:

LW: becoming Moroccan hahahaha

Morocco eventually finished fourth, losing the consolation final to Croatia.

Next hour, we’ll be the very last to look back at the Vergulde Voorgloer Strip, and who better to do it with than our editor-in-chief Robin Vick.

The perpetrator, 21-year-old Mohamed L., was sentenced to six months in prison for driving Shana Leurs from Venlo to death.

25 Limburg farmers, who emit a lot of nitrogen, had themselves bought out of the province of Limburg.

This gives other Limburg farmers a better chance to maintain their business.

But it is not over, because in January a new buy-out scheme will be introduced, the details of which are not yet known.

LLTB chairman Thijs Rompelberg stated that there should be more clarity for farmers who want to continue.

The weed trial was postponed again. The cabinet expects that the experiment with the sale of legally grown hashish can only start in 2024.

Maastricht and Heerlen want to participate in the test, and the postponement is again a line through the bill, says

Mayor Roel Wever in Heerlen

Finding a taxi on New Year’s Day can be a problem.

More and more taxi companies chose not to drive during the turn of the year.

Owner Jan van Bommel of the taxi company of the same name from Venlo is closing for the first time in the company’s existence

The need is great in the Food Banks. In Limburg, the six food banks are overwhelmed by applications.

Even two-income households with an owner-occupied home are reporting because they can no longer pay for their daily purchases.

There were even crisis consultations in the food bank in Venlo, because the flow of people is only increasing, said Petra Dammeier from the food bank in Venlo.

A devastating fire destroyed a sports complex in Sittard. The fire department had their hands full to prevent the fire from spreading.

Even the train traffic between Sittard and Heerlen was stopped for some time due to the development of smoke.

Owner Stefan Bierbauer, who went to the site to see what was left of his company

A piano was placed in the great hall of the Laurentius Hospital. And anyone who wants to can play the instrument.

The piano was an heirloom from the Bloem family from Roermond, who donated the piano to the hospital after the mother’s death. Daughter Ingeborg Bloem.

It was the month of the World Cup in Qatar.

The Netherlands fell in the quarter-finals against Argentina, but Morocco advanced to the semi-finals and it was undoubtedly a sensation.

A large group of Moroccans were therefore in Roermond to encourage their heroes against France.

It didn’t help, but the pride was no less, said chairman Chaïb Ramdani of the futsal team Tigers.

When asked if there were more signings for his club Tigers, he said the following:

Morocco eventually finished fourth, losing the consolation final to Croatia.

Next hour, we’ll be the very last to look back at the Vergulde Voorgloer strip, and who better to do it with than our editor annex artist Robin Vinck.

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