13 Mar 2015 | ACCESS
Do you find the bureaucracy, banking, utilities, health insurance and other aspects of life in the Netherlands all too confusing? Too shy to ask? Here are a few of the most interesting queries that we received this month.
13 Mar 2015 | ACCESS
Have you reviewed a book written by someone who had an expatriate experience in the Netherlands? Tell us about the authors, and what you thought of the book.
12 Mar 2015 | ACCESS
Meet the volunteers behind the scenes at ACCESS. They're expats just like you! Our hard working and knowledgeable staff are dedicated to providing the international community in the Netherlands with the best support possible.
4 Mar 2015 | Megan Alter
Megan Alter Photography's production "The Real Shoot Experience" is becoming quite a success in the world of photography workshops. They are not only attracting more and more photographers but it's becoming bigger and more exquisite every time. This last edition was inspired by "The Great Gatsby"...
3 Mar 2015 | ACCESS
It has been almost 29 years since ACCESS was founded, and it is going strong - despite hiccups here and there along the way: 29 years of serving the international community AND its volunteers.
11 Feb 2015 | The App Talk
What is one of the best things about living in Holland? The ability to leave the country quickly and easily with Europe at your feet! Here is an App Talk edition for the grown-ups.
10 Feb 2015 | ACCESS
TEDxDelft returns on 27 February 2015, featuring an impressive line-up of speakers and inspiring stories. The event will take place at the Aula Conference Centre in Delft from 14:00 to 22:00. This year’s theme, “Let’s make things beta!” centers on the fact that every great idea was once imperfect...
12 Jan 2015 | Deborah Valentine
We all know the term ‘port’, to describe a place from which, or into which, ships sail. With the development of air travel it was perhaps then not surprising the word was added to ‘air’ to capture the same meaning: an airport therefore being the place from, and to, which airplanes travel.
23 Dec 2014 | Genoveva Geppaart
If you use medicine for the first time or you haven’t used it for 12 months or more, you have to pay more for it than for medicine you use on a regular basis. This has been decided by the government to make the use of medicine safer. There is a special payment for this and you can find it on the ...