As 8,000 tractors roll into The Hague, the DutchNews podcast asks if the farmers will reap a bitter harvest from their rolling protests against anti-nitrogen regulations. We also try to unravel the mystery surrounding a family of cultists found living on a remote farmhouse in Drenthe, find out how undercover flower investigators blew the lid on the black tulip scam, explain why Delft engineers’ hopes of winning a solar race Down Under went up in smoke and tell you why your neighbourhood is likely to be decked out in orange tat this summer.
Ophef of the week: Segers’ plan for Prinsjesdag roadshow stalls on the start line (NOS)
Discussion: The Hague fills up with tractors
Gridlock on Dutch roads as farmers stage latest protest (Courthouse News)
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