The bpost rotating strike continues Monday, led this time by front-desk staff and by both service and call centers, unions said.

Blokker family wants to sell namesake stores

Monday, 12 November 2018 17:23
The Blokker family has decided to sell its shares in its namesake stores.
The Red Cross will hold a big, second-hand book sale at its headquarters in Brussels from 13 to 18 November, offering the public over 100,000 used books at prices as low as 10 cents.

Police step up activities in Brussels North

Monday, 12 November 2018 16:51
Increased police presence in the area around Brussels-North Station has led to the arrest of over 40 criminals in four months, the Brussels-North police reported on Monday.
The owner of a building in Liège that collapsed in January 2010 has appeared before the Liège Correctional Court on charges of human trafficking.
For the first time ever, a Communist political party has joined a majority coalition in a Belgian municipality.
Flemish mobility minister Ben Weyts has announced the Flemish government will next year introduce cameras to catch truck drivers who ignore the law forbidding overtaking in wet conditions.
The National Evaluation Committee for abortion lists the names of four experts in the field who have said they had no idea they had been nominated to the body.
Brussels MPs unanimously adopted, Friday, a draft resolution drawn up at the Greens’ initiative, inviting Brussels governments, but also the country’s entities, to step up speed in the fight against air pollution.

Police will no longer use hypnosis

Saturday, 10 November 2018 19:44
In Belgium, the Federal Police’s Behavioral Science Unit decided to put an end to judicial hypnosis, according to a communication by the Dernière Heure published on Saturday.