By Anni Reenpää
Food is tied to culture. That becomes apparent when you go to another country and realize everything is different from your home country. This photo reportage gives glimpses of everyday life in Groningen, coloured with radio music, cars passing by and noisy cafeterias. Continue reading “A snapshot of Dutch culture: Lunch”
The coup attempt in Turkey made Esra leave her home country in search for a place where she could speak out.
Continue reading “Afraid to get caught for her opinion – “The witch hunt is really there””
The public peeing case in Amsterdam sparks a debate about access to toilets in other Dutch cities, such as Groningen, revealing the unequal amount of toilets provided for men, women and handicapped.
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The Dutch government is funding an ambitious programme on green heating solutions, but its subsidies for homeowners fall far short, critics say.
Continue reading “Green heating expensive despite government funding”