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Top Stories of 2022 – Northern Times

This year, with the ongoing Covid pandemic and the invasion of Ukraine in early 2022, and the welcomed but sometimes overwhelming challenge of returning to our normal pace of life, years have all come to an end. It felt like one.

This is reflected in our top 15 articles published this year. Ukrainian refugees arriving in Groningen, protesting the war, and how to help them all made the top 15.

Neither rising energy prices, and initiatives to make them more affordable (and protests to ensure that), nor Covid policy changes and access to a vaccine were important.

For all expats living in the North, news on public transport, ongoing earthquake coverage in the region, ongoing struggles for fair housing for foreign students, access to Dutch language courses always touched me.

Here at The Northern Times, too, this year has been a year of new developments. We’ve expanded our staff, brought in some talented and hard-working interns and columnists, changed our Instagram style, and added a Ukrainian translation (thanks to a small group of enthusiastic Ukrainian speakers). volunteer).

The Northern Times will be taking a hard-earned vacation from December 21st to January 4th. If there is a major breaking news, we will let you know.

In the meantime, we’d like to use this downtime to review our top stories for 2022. Thank you for reading our story, following us on social media and for your support. See you in 2023!

  1. Low-income individuals (including students) can apply for an energy bonus
  1. Resources to help Ukrainians in the north
  1. RUG offers free Dutch course for beginners
  1. Sugar Homes residents hit with shocking rent hike
  1. American student stabbed to death in Leeuwarden
  1. First Ukrainian refugees arrive in Holland
  1. New mini-document highlights how Groningen students are struggling to find housing
  1. University of Groningen in the top 100 in the world, 2nd best in the Netherlands
  1. Buses will no longer pass Groningen’s Grote Markt
  1. Arriva launches night train from Groningen to Schiphol
  1. The Groningen earthquake and the history of natural gas
  1. NL removes nearly all COVID restrictions
  1. Extreme heat wave: code yellow across the Netherlands
  1. Winter storm hits NL with 120km/h winds
  1. Groningen rallies in favor of Ukraine

https://northerntimes.nl/our-top-stories-of-2022/ Top Stories of 2022 – Northern Times

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