The LGBTQI+ defence association RainbowHouse has done a survey of the different electoral lists in Brussels to determine how committed they are to issues regarding sexual orientation.
The Land Invest Group, a real estate firm, donated at least 18,000 euros to Joeri Dillen, former head of the cabinet of Antwerp Mayor Bart De Wever, to enable him to file a lawsuit against the Flemish investigative website Apache.

Flemish rate mayors 6.1 out of 10

Saturday, 06 October 2018 10:08
Mayors in Flanders have been given an average score of 6.1 out of ten, according to a poll carried out by Het Nieuwsblad newspaper.Scores for the mayors of smaller, rural municipalities tended to score higher than their urban colleagues. Renaat Landuyt in Bruges and Johan Vande Lanotte in Ostend failed…
Rudi Vervoort, minister-president of the Brussels-Capital Region, has called for a thorough review of the language laws of the region.
In Wallonia, additional cents on personal income tax (PIT) and property tax have increased in no less than 85 municipalities, Le Soir reports on Monday, on the basis of a survey of municipal budgets.
Prince Laurent, brother of the king, is to bring a legal appeal to the Council of State after a decision by the government to cut his Civil List payment.
The federal prosecutor’s office is almost ready with its report on an incident of hacking of Proximus in 2013, for which it claims British intelligence was responsible.
If certain European Union (EU) countries keep opposing any type of solidarity on the issue of taking in refugees and asylum seekers, the Schengen Zone and free movement of persons will be endangered, Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel warned at a dinner with his European peers on Wednesday night.
A revolver bullet was posted in August in the letterbox of the Democratic, Federalist Independent (Défi) party in Namur, Yves Dupuy, head of the party’s list in Namur for the upcoming municipal elections, said on Tuesday, confirming a report by the Sudpresse group.
Five communes in the periphery of Brussels have filed suit for a fine of €50,000 a week to be levied after a planned summit on the question broke down.