A new secondary school with a unique approach will open in September 2018!
The minister in charge of consumer protection, Kris Peeters, has requested the Economic Inspection Service to open an investigation following complaints his ministry has received about the sale of tickets for Tomorrowland, Peeters said on Monday on Radio 2.
The number of birds in Belgium’s gardens has risen this year, says the Natagora association, based on the results of its traditional bird count, baptised ‘Guess who’s coming to eat in the garden’.

Abdeslam trial: Court reconvenes on Thursday

Monday, 05 February 2018 19:07
The trial of Salah Abdeslam and Sofien Ayari at the Brussels Correctional Court will resume on Thursday, Presiding Judge Marie-France Keutgen indicated on Monday, just after 4.30 p.m.,  after adjourning the proceedings.
Federal Prosecutor Kathleen Grosjean on Monday requested 20-year prison terms for Salah Abdeslam and Sofien Ayari, accused of attempted terror attacks on police officials on the 15th of March 2016 in Forest.
On trial at the Brussels Correctional Court in connection with March 2016 terror attacks in Brussels, Sofien Ayari admitted on Monday that he had been in the apartment on Rue du Dries with Mohamed Belkaid and Salah Abdeslam.
Schooling in the Wallonia-Brussels Federation is generating ever more, and still too many, social or ethnic inequalities.
The Charleroi Criminal Court is due to give its judgement on Monday in a slander, harassment and forgery case.
The cogeneration sector claims that its development will be called upon in the coming years, to play an essential role in Belgium’s energy provision.
The Special Tax Inspection Team recuperated a record 2.1 billion euros last year, reports L’Echo and De Tijd.