Sixty young Brussels jobseekers were initiated in coding on Saturday, during an event organized by the public employment and training services, Molengeek and École 19.
Tispol, the European police network responsible for road safety, is organizing a large-scale speed check operation for Wednesday.
Nurseries in Wallonia-Brussels Federation had a gross occupancy rate of 78.68% in 2016, Le Soir reported on Friday.
Secretary of State Theo Francken will earmark 2.3 million euros from the European Union’s Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund (AMIF) for mental health care for asylum seekers.
The Office of Finance Minister Johan Van Overtveldt on Friday described reporting by Het Laatste Nieuws on the State’s approach to tax payment problems as based on “one-sided, very limited and selective information", and stressed that some 300,000 repayment plans are worked out annually for taxpayers.
The foreign ministers of Belgium and Germany, Didier Reynders and Heiko Maas respectively, stressed on Friday the importance of finding a political situation to the Syrian conflict and avoiding an escalation.
Belgium has asked the Turkish Government to hand over a Belgian combatant captured in Syria and sentenced to 10 years in prison in Turkey, the Office of the Public Prosecutor said on Friday, confirming a report in Het Belang van Limburg newspaper.
The socialist union ACOD (CGSP) will also go on strike in the federal services next 30 April.
The EU Court of Justice considered Thursday that the way the Belgian internal revenue administration calculates the taxes which the citizens renting their property have to pay is not right.
The Colruyt chain of supermarkets is going to equip 220 store parking lots, and several others among the group’s central sites, with at least one ashtray column and one plastic and residual waste sorting spot.