The French artist Oakoak presented new pieces he created near the quays for Brussels Street Art on Friday evening.
Nearly 250 jobs at Brussels Airlines and Eurowings will have to go.

Apéros Urbains goes into liquidation

Saturday, 12 May 2018 11:39
The organisation Apéros Urbains, which organises after-work parties for people of all ages in Brussels, has declared bankruptcy.
The Flemish government is to invest €30 million in creating more than 5,000 new parking spaces at tram and train stations on the outskirts of Brussels, to allow commuters from outside the city to avoid creating and suffering traffic congestion, mobility minister Ben Weyts said.
Michelin-starred restaurant Bruneau in Ganshoren has a new owner, following the decision of chef-proprietor Jean-Pierre Bruneau to retire.
A long-running family feud was at the origin of a shooting incident in the Brussels South station on Wednesday evening, which led to the busy station being evacuated for a time.
In 2018, 46 terrorism trials are being held or will be held in Belgian courts, writes Le Soir on Friday on the basis of data provided by the Federal Prosecutor's Office. In total, 85 defendants will be tried in these cases.
The financial impact of the two-day strike announced by the pilots of Brussels Airlines will amount to €4.7 million per day or about €9.4 million in total, reported media on Friday.
Police and the judiciary need to improve their fight against discrimination of LGBT people (lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender) according to an action plan by the secretary of state for equal opportunities Zuhal Demir (N-VA), reported Belgian newspapers on Friday.

Deadly accident in Lessines

Thursday, 10 May 2018 08:05
A traffic accident occurred in the night between Wednesday to Thursday in the municipality of Lessines in the province of Hainaut.