Federal public services own thousands of works of art, but most have no idea how much they are worth.

Royal opening for tram line 9

Saturday, 01 September 2018 18:43
The new number 9 tram line in Brussels was opened on Saturday afternoon, in the presence of King Philippe and the President-minister of the Brussels government Rudi Vervoort.
Goods traffic in the Port of Brussels in the first half of 2018 recorded a net increase, compared to the same period last year.

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.