"Yellow jackets will continue their Namur blockade if the government doesn't react

"Yellow jackets will continue their Namur blockade if the government doesn't react

The “Yellow jackets” are still in place and will continue to block the Proxifuel depot at Wierde “for as long as it takes”, their spokesman Claude Gilles said on Sunday.

Theresa May will be back in Brussels to discuss Brexit this week

Theresa May will be back in Brussels to discuss Brexit this week

On Sunday, the British Prime Minister Theresa May said she would be back in Brussels to discuss Brexit this week.

Koen Vanmechelen artwork attracts plunderers – and one little girl

Koen Vanmechelen artwork attracts plunderers – and one little girl

The artist David Hockney this week made the record books with the sale of one of his works for the highest price ever paid for a living artist. Flemish artist Koen Vanmechelen’s work ComingWorldRememberMe (CWRM), however, is currently the most popular in Belgium – and he’s giving it away.

Remains of missing Dutch heiress found after 17 years

Remains of missing Dutch heiress found after 17 years

The remains of a Dutch woman who went missing from her home in Nederasselt in the Netherlands in 2001 have been discovered in an unmarked grave in a cemetery in Bois-le-Villers near Namur.

Flanders will have saved up one billion euros to spend on new policies by 2024

Flanders will have saved up one billion euros to spend on new policies by 2024

The Flemish Budget Minister Bart Tommelein presented a pluri-annual budget plan to the Flemish government on Friday.

Unavailable nuclear power plants - "January and February look tight"

Unavailable nuclear power plants - "January and February look tight"

Guaranteeing Belgium’s energy supply for the first two months of next year will be “tight”, admits Philippe Van Troeye, the CEO of Engie Electrabel and Engie Benel.

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