Belgian prime minister wants to consult with his colleagues in the Benelux countries before taking a decision on scrapping the changing of the clocks between summer and winter.
As Mobility Week kicks off with Car-Free Sunday, the Flemish government’s traffic centre has revealed record numbers of traffic jams in the region (which includes the Brussels Ring) last year.
Sven Gatz, minister in the Flemish government for culture, youth and Brussels, has spoken of the years he spent fighting depression – a battle that goes on still with the help of medication.
Belgian security services have prevented numerous attacks, Charles Michel said during an interview with La Dernière Heure on Saturday.
On Friday evening the farming, meat and animal feed sectors asked for priority measures against the spread of African swine fever to be in place.
Unions representing cabin crew for Ryanair have promised the biggest strike ever in the airline’s history, to take place on 28 September.
Belgium will no longer cooperate with the Palestinian Ministry of Education while Palestinian schools bear the names of terrorists, Belgian Minister of Cooperation Alexander De Croo confirmed on Friday.
The European Commission will be sending a team of experts to Belgium this weekend to support its efforts to contain African swine fever, a Commission spokesperson said on Friday.

Belgium pays dearly for past asbestos imports

Friday, 14 September 2018 17:26
Belgium is bracing for a hike in deaths linked to substantial asbestos imports in the past, De Standaard reported on Friday.
On Thursday, the Namur Criminal Court sentenced a sixty-year-old from Sambreville to a five-year suspended prison sentence.