Flemish mobility minister Ben Weyts has released the sum of 2.2 million euros to encourage workers to cycle to work.
The Belgian, Guy Verhofstadt, features amongst the top three MEPs who have declared exercising a peripheral activity.
State Security and the General Service for Information and Security (SGRS) now have at their disposal high-performance software in order to screen the Internet depths, according to information published Monday by Het Nieuwsblad and De Standaard.

Cost of ageing to culminate in 2040

Tuesday, 10 July 2018 15:11
Social expenditure will go from 25.1% GDP in 2017 to 27% in 2070, which is a rise of 1.9 GDP percentage points, projects the Study Committee on Ageing (SCA) in an annual report presented Monday in the presence of the Minister of Pensions Daniel Bacquelaine.
Federal Minister Jan Jambon and Walloon Minister Jean-Luc Crucke agreed Monday, during a meeting at the former’s cabinet in Brussels, that their offices would initiate working meetings to examine the request put forth by Secretary of State Theo Francken to proceed to carry out expulsions from Charleroi Airport.
Wages increased by 3.9% over the period 2017 to 2018, compared to the previous year.
Roberto Martinez was confident in front of the Belgian and international press on Monday, during the pre-match press conference.
A Flemish jeweller who gunned down an alleged robber on Saturday has been released on bail.
About 1,000 suitcases were still waiting to be picked up by their owners on Monday morning at Brussels Airport, following a three-hour breakdown on one of the luggage carousels on Saturday that disrupted operations there, airport authorities announced.
Long overdue rains may result in slippery roads tomorrow that could be especially dangerous to cyclists and motor cyclists.