NOS News•today, 06:57
Good morning! Today, CBS will publish figures on sexually transgressive behavior in 2022 and the Regional Disciplinary Court in Zwolle will rule in the case against an oncologist from Radboud university medical center.
First the weather: Today we have a mix of clouds, sun and a few showers. The showers will be more numerous in the north than in the south. It will be 8 or 9 degrees with a strong west wind.
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What can you expect today?
- The Regional Disciplinary Court for Healthcare in Zwolle rules in the case against a former oncologist-internist of the Radboud university medical center in Nijmegen. The doctor would have made mistakes in the treatment of cancer patients. There are a total of twelve complaints against the oncologist, eleven of which are from relatives and one from a patient himself.
- Statistics Netherlands announces how many people had to deal with sexually transgressive behavior last year. In addition, the statistics office provides figures on victims of domestic or sexual violence.
- The judge rules against Extinction Rebellion activists who tried to block the Utrechtsebaan/A12 in October. The OM has demanded a community service of 45 hours and 2 weeks conditionally.
- The European Short Track Speed Skating Championships kick off in Gdansk in Poland. Suzanne Schulting won the women’s tournament the last three times, in 2019, 2020 and 2021. Last year the tournament was canceled due to the corona pandemic.
What did you miss?
Gert-Jan Segers leaves politics. He is stepping down as a Member of Parliament and party leader of the ChristenUnie. In a letter to members of his party, he writes that after ten years “it has been good”. Segers will be succeeded by Mirjam Bikker, now vice party chairman.
In his farewell letter to the members of the party, Segers (53) writes that they were good years, but also that it is a “super tough job that demands a lot from your family and environment”. He calls politics in The Hague a “greedy profession”, which is often also personal. “I gave in it, by trial and error, what I had to give.”
Segers also calls it “beneficial to make room for someone else after a certain number of years. Leadership also includes the understanding that that role is temporary. We are all replaceable scribblers and God’s work is always teamwork”.
Other news from the night:
And then this:
Fanatical Funda followers may have noticed that more and more houses are being re-listed on the housing site, but for a lower price. Danielle cannot sell her house, even after lowering the price.
Danielle cannot sell her house
Happy Friday (the thirteenth)!