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Beggars won’t be ‘hunted down’

The Eindhoven Municipality wants to ban begging, but it's not intended to lead to 'raids' on these people. That's according to Mayor John Jorritsma. This...

Bike path completion delayed

The bicycle path between Eindhoven and Helmond will be ready by the end of 2021. That's what Eindhoven Councillor, Monique List, promised after questions from...
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Council to give cash-strapped families saving tips

Eindhoven's city council is going to give some of its residents tips on how to deal with their money woes. The municipality is going to...

Young people need to have something else to do for New Year’s

Pubs and clubs will remain closed in the Netherlands, well into January too. That's because of the continued partial lockdown, as announced by the Dutch...
New primary schools in Eindhoven

Construction to start for three primary schools in Eindhoven

The construction of the three elementary schools in Eindhoven is to start soon. The municipality is setting aside more than six million euros. This...
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City council for alternative activities during New year for youth

There should be alternative activities for young people in Eindhoven during the turn of the year. This is the opinion of the majority of...

25 councils in Brabant have never had a female mayor

Of the towns and cities in the province of Brabant, 25 have never had a woman at the helm. Eindhoven is included in these ranks....

Resigned councillors could cost Waalre

The Waalre Municipality is taking into account a cost item of €750,000. That's for allowances and reintegration costs for the Mayor and councillors who've left....

‘Ergon employees feel unheard’

Apparently, employees of the Ergon, Eindhoven's social employment service, don't feel heard. That's according to the Socialist Party. This party's Eindhoven has therefore started a...

You have to wear a mask, but shopkeepers aren’t demanding it

Yesterday was the first day that masks were compulsory for indoor spaces. Yet, it seems, few business owners feel inclined to reprimand non-wearing customers. That's...

Vice Mayor Thijs: “Paint the city green”

Rik Thijs, Vice Mayor, Eindhoven, handles the energy, sustainability, public spaces and climate change portfolios. This June, Thijs completed his first year...
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