There are many of you living in The Hague’s district ‘het Zeeheldenkwartier’ and we would like to invite you to share your thoughts on our website.
Recently, we started to translate some of our Dutch articles into English as we believe that expats are also of course a part of our community.
We are all Europeans these days, aren’t we?
There are many things to do in the ‘Zeeheldenkwartier’ and we would like to hear your opinions on our district. Tell us what you find enjoyable and perhaps you could make some suggestions, because you will view life here with different eyes. We would therefore be very interested to find out what you think of this district.
We will publish your contribution on our website and our chief editor will pick the best written, most interesting and entertaining views for our newspaper, which is distributed to 6,400 addresses in our district.
So enlighten us with your thoughts!
Translation Tiny Mulder
More news from the 'Zeeheldenkwartier' in the Hague
After years of protest and a year filled with activities, it is looking good: the Veenkade. On Thursday 12 October, the local inhabitants held a small party on their newly renovated quay. ‘Guests of honour’ were a few former inhabitants: chestnut trees, cut into benches, found a new home on the quay.
While half of the world population has to eke out a meagre living with great difficulty, an enormous amount of food is thrown away in the Western world: almost a third of what we produce. The Conscious Kitchen tries – for the time on a small scale – to make a contribution to stop this waste, in its own way.
Missed the plane, your flight delayed, denied boarding, baggage lost or damaged, and other air travel problems. Are you entitled to compensation (for damage)? A summary of your rights is given below.
Due to new building and the splitting of houses, the population of ZeeheldenKwartier increases by hundreds each year. People live ever more closer to each other, which causes the quality of lives to come under pressure.
Last week, the national newspapers informed us that crime rates in the Netherlands are much higher than indicated by the official figures. Unfortunately, we are also experiencing this in the ZeeheldenKwartier.
On 14 November, the annual Eland Meeting took place. During this meeting, the Stichting Bewonersorganisatie (residents’ association) Zeeheldenkwartier ‘De Groene Eland’ has reported what the association has done during the past year, and the residents have been able to respond and to propose ideas and points of interest for 2017.
Wheuk-flagn a street wins a Postal Code Lottery prize, the Oranje Fonds donates a sum of money to the district in which the winning street is located. The district administration then has to spend this money on a sustainable local project.
The summer holiday is over and there are already a lot of developments to be reported.
City Hall News (RSS denhaag.nl) from the rss feed and brings the last twenty news items from our city hall in the Haque.