This April 22nd, Easter Monday, all administrations and banks will remain closed in Belgium.
Police had to intervene on the Antwerp ring-road on Saturday when hundreds of motorcyclists started performing wheelies and blocking the passage of other vehicles on the road.
Cardinal Jozef De Kesel has called on Catholics not to give up hope in a world of poverty and violence.
Work on one of the biggest photovoltaic parks in Wallonia is expected to start in Tertre over the next few weeks.
Numerous patients who were treated by the geriatric services of the ZNA hospital chain in Antwerp have complained they were “treated poorly”.
Antwerp will introduce a new law on prostitution in September.
The Easter weekend appears to have kept its promise of fine weather, but visitors to the coast are being warned not to venture into the sea for a swim.
Federal public health minister Maggie De Block has reached an agreement with the drinks industry to bring in new advertising rules for alcoholic drinks, with potential fines running to a maximum of 10,000 euros.
A broad range of stakeholders made a commitment to promote the supply of Belgian beef to the consumer in a charter they signed on Friday.

Wallonia suspends payments to Skeyes

Friday, 19 April 2019 17:21
After calling in German air traffic controllers from Thursday night to early Friday morning to enable planes blocked in Liège to take off, Wallonia says it will suspend payments to Skeyes as long as labour tensions continue to cripple the company's operations.