Plan to make Brussels a quieter place

Thursday, 30 August 2018 10:18
Brussels regional government has plans to make the city a quieter place, according to environment minister Céline Fremault.

Léopold II Tunnel to reopen on 1 September

Wednesday, 29 August 2018 16:01
Motorists will again be able to use the Leopold II tunnel in Brussels from Saturday 1 September, Brussels Minister of Mobility and Public Works Pascal Smet said on Wednesday.
The new number 9 tramway line, linking the Simonis and Arbre Ballon stations, commences operation this Saturday.

Shelter for homeless re-opens after closure

Wednesday, 29 August 2018 11:29
The Citizens’ Platform, which organises shelter for refugees not yet entered into the asylum system, has re-opened its shelter known as the Ulysses Gate, following disturbances on Sunday which forced closure on Tuesday.
A commemoration ceremony for Jewish victims of Nazism in Belgium during World War II will be held on Sunday at the Jewish Museum of Belgium in Brussels.
One year after imposing a general prohibition of single-use plastic boxes, Brussels Region is banning light plastic bags from 1 September.
Brussels will host the 56th International Young Lawyers’ Congress from 28 August – 1 September.
The Parc du Cinquantenaire will this weekend transform into a 40,000 m² vast play area for the sixth Brussels Games Festival.
Ixelles’s mayor Dominique Dufourny presented Wednesday noon an intermediate assessment of her Flagey decree, which runs from 12 March to this coming 31 October.
The Campagne 400 Toits (Campaign 400 Roofs) on Thursday launched a pilot project in partnership with citydev.brussels to provide low-cost temporary housing for homeless people in Brussels.