The City of Brussels has decided to name two streets in Tivoli (Laeken) after women who were resistance fighters during the Second World War.

12 year old meat exported to Kosovo

Tuesday, 13 March 2018 09:01
Meat that was exported from the Belgian slaughterhouse Veviba to Kosovo was sometimes 12 years old, reports Het Laatste Nieuws on Tuesday.

More want teleworking in Belgium

Tuesday, 13 March 2018 08:40
A survey of 2,000 Belgian employees indicates that about one third of those who do not currently work at home (at least one day a week) would like to do it but lack authorization by their employers.

Gender pay gap among lawyers in Brussels

Monday, 12 March 2018 09:05
Male lawyers earn on average twice as much as female lawyers according to a study by the Perelman Center of the Faculty of Law and Criminology at ULB.

Danger of asbestos in Flemish schools

Monday, 12 March 2018 07:54
69 out of 300 Flemish schools inspected last year have an urgent asbestos problem according to a response from Flemish environment minister Joke Schauvliege (CD & V) to a parliamentary question by MP Johan Danen (the Greens).
The second Brussels Art Nouveau and Art Deco Festival (BANAD Festival) started on Saturday and continues until 25 March.
The Brussels Regional Parliament will start examining in commission on Monday a bill aimed at better managing the effects of public works in the capital area.
The House of European History opens on Sunday 400m² of new exhibition spaces allowing children and families to discover Europe’s history. The new spaces give parents tools to address issues about today’s society with their children in a safe and playful environment.
It’s maybe still too early in the year for café terraces, but you can spend the month of March exploring the vibrant culture of Brussels, from indie films in a restored picture palace to Europe’s biggest design fair.
Federal police searched Khalid El Bakraoui’s house just twenty days before the Paris attacks.