Around 20 immigrants took part in a tourist tour of the centre of Brussels on Saturday afternoon.
The city of Brussels is to get two new tram lines, the regional government decided this week.
A pedestrian passed away after having been hit by a Stib bus, Wednesday evening in Schaerbeek.

Brussels centre pedestrianisation at halfway mark

Wednesday, 19 December 2018 17:46
The transformation of the pedestrian walkways along the capital’s central boulevards is at the halfway mark.

Brussels Airport sets new passenger record

Tuesday, 18 December 2018 16:40
Brussels Airport has bettered its all-time record of 24.7 million passengers, set in 2017 and is scheduled to pass the 25-million mark this year, the airport announced on Tuesday.
The Brussels government, on Thursday, approved the draft version of the “National Energy Climate Plan – 2030”.
Uccle became on Thursday the last of Brussels’ 19 communes to be equipped with a digital public space where residents can familiarise themselves with information and communication technology.
Following Tuesday night’s shooting at the Strasbourg Winter Market, Brussels, like many other cities, has reviewed security arrangements for end-of-year events, the Mayor’s Office reported.
A body of measures aimed at benefitting small businesses in Brussels Region helped to increase their number by 7,500 between 2015 and 2017.
Brussels now has a cyber-security centre, created on the initiative of Sirris, the collective centre for the technological industry.