Businesses closed and tourists have left Athens earlier, due to extensive sea pollution. “We lost our income” point out local business owners.
A taxi ban to fight noise complaints from local residents in Groningen can create higher prices and longer times for taxi rides, and the noise might still go on. Continue reading “Local residents remain disgruntled despite taxi ban”
Primary school teachers in Groningen will join a national teachers’ strike on October 5 to push the government to increase salaries and decrease workload. Continue reading “Teachers on strike for higher salaries and lighter workload”
Despite the rapid growth of large international chains, smaller and medium enterprises have a great opportunity to thrive in the downtown area of Groningen.
The Dutch government is funding an ambitious programme on green heating solutions, but its subsidies for homeowners fall far short, critics say.
The University of Groningen and the Hanze University of Applied Science (UAS) have suspended the student association Vindicat from the payment of committee grants for this academic year, due to last week’s incidents at the Sushi Mall in Groningen. Continue reading “Funding Freeze After Student Association’s Sushi Mall Incident”
The Faculty of Arts at the University of Groningen organised a kick-off week, and according to the former chair of the Faculty Council, there is room for improvement.