DutchNews.nl this weekend launches a revised and updated website, with a greater focus on news and features and crisper navigation.
It is the first time since DutchNews.nl was founded in September 2006 that the website has undergone such an overhaul.
The new look website involves a focus on six key areas: news, features, community, housing, jobs and what’s on. Each section of the website is colour-coded for easier navigation.
The news section has been broken down into nine key subject areas so you can follow the subjects which specifically interest you.
The features section has been expanded to cover columns, articles focusing on living in the Netherlands, the popular 10 questions section featuring members of the international community and a round-up of the best stories with a Dutch hook from the international media.
The new-look What’s On section has been spruced up and now includes both category and city search functions to help readers find the best events nationwide.
The community pages include our favourite bloggers, book reviews relevant to an international audience and city-based listings packed with specialist expat service providers.
Jobs and housing
The jobs and housing pages contain a round-up of the latest jobs and housing news plus easy to use searches for rental apartments and multilingual jobs.
The daily DutchNews.nl newsletter has also been given a new, fresher look and will continue to offer subscribers a round-up of the top five stories of the day plus links to the latest website features, useful tips and other information.
‘We hope the new-look website will help our readers to get even more out of all the news and information we provide,’ says DutchNews.nl editor Robin Pascoe. ‘It is an exciting time for the whole team, who have all worked very hard to make this happen.’
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