Who will save this statue? City and countryside: a false contrast? And when will we finally return to the rhythm of the earth? Read the past week’s 7 best reader letters here

Who will save this statue?  City and countryside: a false contrast?  And when will we finally return to the rhythm of the earth?  Read the past week’s 7 best reader letters here

Art in impossible places, complaining ranchers and Heineken. Our readers have an opinion on everything. Below is a selection of the best reader letters from the past week. False contradiction Some make the nitrogen battle a contrast between city and country (‘ The flag of unrest flies in the countryside ‘ read the headline newspaper … Read more

Public trust in science is being abused

Public trust in science is being abused

Public trust in science being abused – Wynia’s Week Week 32 – 2022 Public trust in science is being abused ‘SCIENCE’ Arnout Jaspers: That it is ‘very bad’ with nature is not a scientific fact, but just one lie | FOOD CULTURE We are too fat because we want to eat cheap and does not … Read more

‘I was already running a business when I was eleven. My mother drove the truck to transport everything’

‘I was already running a business when I was eleven.  My mother drove the truck to transport everything’

Festival Loveland celebrates its 25th anniversary this weekend in Sloterparken. Marnix Bal (1974) is the founder and CEO of Loveland Events. A keyword based interview about a DJ career at the age of 14, EDM and ideal festival weather. Peter van Brummelen13 August 202203:00 Haarlem “Born and raised. I come from a caring family with … Read more

Demand for widebody aircraft is rising again as the Boeing 787 returns to service

The American planemaker delivered its first Dreamliner since May 2021, marking an important milestone for the manufacturer after production problems with its wide-body planes. Boeing is now battling through tight regulatory controls to deliver even more 787s as it clears a backlog of about 120 planes stored outside its factories. But analysts say there is … Read more

Sander Leest | The old poet returns to his youth

sound Fri 12 August at 12:03 To read aloud Culture BACKGROUND – In an interview in 2008, the Zutphen poet and writer HC ten Berge said that he was hailed at a lecture as “the man who, in his own words, does not write difficult poetry”. With the unintended opposite effect. “That way I’ll never … Read more

Statement | Dutch education has a cultural problem

Dutch education is in crisis. International research, reports from the Norwegian Education Authority and observations from older teachers paint the picture of a decades-long drop in standards. Literacy has fallen from world top to international average in twenty years. Our young people will become the first generation of Dutch people in modern history to be … Read more