95.2% of people sitting in the front seat of cars wear seat-belts, according to the latest figures published by the Vias Institute on Sunday.
Local police found a seriously injured man with a knife stuck in his body in Herentals (Antwerp province) on Saturday evening.
Jo Vandeurzen, currently minister for public health and welfare in the Flemish government, will leave politics at the time of the national and regional elections in 2019, he has announced.
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.
The Flemish Budget Minister Bart Tommelein presented a pluri-annual budget plan to the Flemish government on Friday.
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.
Fruit producers in Belgium and the Netherlands are seeing their products sold as contraband in Russian supermarkets, despite the Russian food embargo.
Investigators at the Missing persons department want to exhume 135 bodies to try and identify them.
800 immigration candidates took part in the 12th “Destination Canada” work mobility forum in Brussels on Saturday.
Test Achats intends to contact the Minister of Finance, Johan Van Overtveldt, to request that the transfer of retirement savings funds between banks remain free of cost for the consumer, the organization said Friday.