Sunday 04 December 2022

DutchNews podcast – The No Country for Old Wolves Edition – Week 45 2022

If it looks like a wolf … it might be a dog. Photo: Ben Schonewille via Depositphotos

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Mark Rutte took a flight out of Egypt this week to fend off a mutiny in his party on asylum. It’s not just the wolves that are feasting in Gelderland as a restaurant in Nijmegen is named the best place in the world for plant-based cuisine. The government still can’t decide on a new pension scheme, and you’ll have to wait longer to claim it anyway after the retirement age goes up again. Louis van Gaal unveils his squad for the World Cup in Qatar, while the cricket team upsets the odds to beat South Africa in the T20 World Cup.

Ophef of the week: ‘Wolf’ that terrorised cyclist turns out to be dog in disguise

News

Rutte flies in to paper over cracks in VVD over asylum crisis

Cabinet confirms state pension age will rise again in 2028

Inflation drops slightly but CBS wants to change calculation method

Inflation, energy costs and bird flu are driving up the price of eggs

Rule change means more small businesses will receive help with bills

De Nieuwe Winkel in Nijmegen is the world’s best plant-based restaurant

Sport

Netherlands bow out of T20 in style with shock win over South Africa

PSV draw Sevilla in Europa League, Ajax face tricky tie with Union Berlin

PSV go top of Eredivisie after winning bad-tempered game in Amsterdam

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