Brussels 'cheese missionary' in South-Korea dies

Brussels 'cheese missionary' in South-Korea dies

Didier t' Serstevens, a Brussels missionary who founded the first cheese factory in South-Korea in the sixties, has died. 1000 South Koreans attended his funeral.

New Brussels bus line gets two electric vehicles

New Brussels bus line gets two electric vehicles

As of 6 May, STIB's bus network will have a new line, the bus 37 - and it's a sign of things to come. 

Flemish government warns of traffic problems as Oosterweel works start

Flemish government warns of traffic problems as Oosterweel works start

The Flemish government has warned of problems on the roads around Antwerp from next month, as works on the Oosterweel connection on the Antwerp Ring start for real.

De Lijn to launch Brussels trambus in September

De Lijn to launch Brussels trambus in September

De Lijn will offer Brussels suburbs a new transport service from September, the trambus.

Lime to equip Brussels' e-scooters with drunk-detection

Lime to equip Brussels' e-scooters with drunk-detection

Lime, the Californian company that developed the free-floating electric scooters in the city of Brussels, is thinking about introducing a drunk-rider detection system to slow down the scooter and protect pedestrians and other road users.

Police search for witnesses to a murder at a Brussels café

Police search for witnesses to a murder at a Brussels café

A year and a half after the murder of a visitor to Memphy's Café in the Rue du Tournai in Brussels, Police have issued a renewed call for witnesses to help catch the - still at large - culprit.

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