Spotted at a bus station in The Hague. Can you identify all these icons?
Twice a year in the Netherlands, clocks are changed for summertime (zomertijd). This happens throughout the EU, where summertime kicks in on the last Sunday in March (clocks go forward an hour in spring) and ends on the last Sunday in October (clocks go back an hour) There […]
On Sunday 7 July 2019, I ran the KLM Urban Trail Den Haag. SO.MUCH.FUN! It’s such a great combination of fitness and exploring this amazing city of The Hague, which I’m lucky enough to call home. Last year, I ran 5km in the 2018 NN Urban Trail Den […]
Along with around 5000 others, on 30 May 2019, I took part in the Golden Tenloop Delft. This is an annual race in Delft, the Netherlands that takes part on the Hemelsvaart Day public holiday. This year was the 32nd edition. Around 3 years ago, I started running. […]
From 12 April 2019 – 01 September 2019, the Museum Prinsenhof Delft has a special exhibition. Mojo Back Stage: Dutch Masters of the Music Industry is a really interesting glimpse at the role Delft-based business, Mojo, has had in the Netherlands.
Australian author Andy Griffiths is touring the Netherlands in February 2019 to share his new book, the 104-Storey Treehouse.
The Invictus Games is an international adaptive sporting event for wounded, injured and sick Servicemen and women, both serving and veteran. In 2018 it took place in Sydney and in 2020 it is coming to The Hague.
The Biesland Dagen farm festival in The Hague, the Netherlands, has become an annual fixture in our family calendar.
On 1 September 2018, we attended the colourful cultural Embassy Festival in The Hague. This was the fourth year we have attended, and it didn’t disappoint.
This is one of a series of guest posts from GMW lawyers in The Hague, offering information on legal matters in English. If you’re an Australian who got married in Australia, but now lives in The Netherlands, you may think that if you get divorced, it will be […]