KLM says that further staff cuts are a possibility. Photograph: EPA

Dutch carrier KLM said it will cut between 4,500 and 5,000 jobs because of the coronavirus crisis. The company said in a statement that in addition t(...)

King Willem-Alexander visits the ‘Infected!’ exhibition in the Rijksmuseum Boerhaave in Leiden. Photograph: Peter Dejong

A new report by a UK university has revealed the cause of the Netherlands’s two worst concentrations of Covid-19 as the reaction of the infection with(...)

Pupils in class at Queen’s Hill Primary School, Norfolk, UK, where  social distancing rules of 2m apply. Photograph: Joe Giddens/PA Wire

After months out of the classroom, Irish pupils are finally set to return to school in late August. The Department of Education’s plan is to fully reo(...)

The Iseq All-Share index closed marginally lower on Friday as stocks most exposed to the outcome of government formation dragged. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

European stocks closed lower on Friday as losses on Wall Street following a surge in US coronavirus cases added to worries over the pace of the global(...)

The Dutch government said it would provide Air France-KLM’s Dutch subsidiary KLM with a €3.4bn package to help it survive the coronavirus pandemic.  Photograph: Getty Images

KLM’s Cork Airport to Amsterdam Schipol service will take off in August, more than four months after it originally planned to begin flying the route. (...)

The Dutch government on Friday said it would provide Air France-KLM’s Dutch subsidiary KLM with a €3.4 billion financing package

The Dutch government on Friday said it would provide Air France-KLM’s Dutch subsidiary KLM with a €3.4 billion financing package to help it survive du(...)

Vehicles queue at the border crossing in Krusaa, Denmark, after the country reopened its borders to Germany on Monday. Photograph:  Claus Fisker/Ritzau Scanpix via AP

With huge traffic jams and a run on cheap cigarettes, border-free Europe was back in business on Monday, just in time for the summer holidays. Three (...)

Unilever’s proposed unification would unwind a structure that has been in place since 1930.

Unilever proposed combining its Dutch and British legal entities in a single holding company based in Britain on Thursday, after shareholders sank an (...)

German Chancellor Angela Merkel listens during a joint press conference with French President Emmanuel Macron, who attends via video link, at the Chancellery in Berlin, Germany. Photograph: Kay Nietfeld/AFP via Getty Images

France and Germany have proposed creating a €500 billion recovery fund in a bid to break deadlock over how to dig the European Union out of the econom(...)

Sam Kendrick at home in Kilmore, Co Wexford.

An Irish veteran of the second World War who fought at the Battle of Arnhem has been honoured by the Dutch government for his part of the Liberation o(...)

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