Alarm clock at 30/4: Still very busy at Schiphol • First poster carrier appears –

Alarm clock at 30/4: Still very busy at Schiphol • First poster carrier appears –

on the way out Here you will find an overview of the activities. View the timetable of the trains here.

What can you expect today?

  • Once again, a large audience is expected at Schiphol. The airport therefore asked airlines to cancel flights. It causes the crowds, along with the staff shortages of the May holidays.
  • Today is the last day to file your tax return. The income tax return must be submitted before May 1. In particular, the BelastingTelefoon and the online helpdesk of the Belastingdienst are open to late applicants.
  • Paint flag bearer by Rembrandt is now on public display in the Fries Museum in Leeuwarden. The work will visit twelve museums in all Dutch provinces for a year before being permanently exhibited in the Rijksmuseum. Canvas was bought last year for 175 million euros from the Rothschild banking family.

What did you miss?

Another critical report has emerged about a branch of the National Police Unit responsible for covert operations. The reason for the report was the third suicide in two years by an officer of the Special Investigation Service (DSO). NRC writes about it.

The report noted that authorities did not share all the necessary information with the officer’s close relatives and that support for undercover work was inappropriate. Suicide investigations have also been conducted within the ministry. Later, after the investigation, it was revealed that undercover agents were on their own.

Are you thinking about suicide or worried about someone? Talking about suicide helps and can be done anonymously via chat on or via 113 or 0800-0113.

Source: NOS